Five stars, one star, each portable product can be rated using a different set of criteria, and no matter what you use to rate things there is one thing that is for sure, that the product should live up to its name and should be exactly what the customer is looking for. In our years of product reviewing, we have found that there are a lot of moving parts that go with the review process. The first is to determine whether the product is actually what it is advertised to be.
So many times we have gotten a product that simply did not do what it was supposed to do. After paying full price for whatever product, we understood that there was no way to tell whether or not a product was what it was supposed to be until we tested it. After testing it, we gave it a rating but there were so many products that did not even get that far.
The second step
The send step is that of the product being reviewed, but the first step is passing what we call the scam test. The scam test determines whether or not the product does what it is advertised and whether it is worth the price that is being charged. We have seen so many products not pass the first test so we have no choice but to call them a scam.
Now not all scam alerts are on purpose, sometimes products are just not what they are cracked up to be. But by using the same criteria for all of the products we test, we can determine just which products live up to their name and which ones simply are not worth your time or money.