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Append the following to the end of the URL in order to have the items with the most reviews at the top: &sort=review-count-rank It doesn't give exactly the behavior you are requesting, but it should make it easier to find products with a substantial number of reviews.


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What I gather from the interest-based ads policy pages of Facebook and Amazon is that they are both associated with the Digital Advertising Alliance & follow the same modus operandi. To avoid seeing the interest-based ads that Facebook and Amazon serve, you'd to have to visit the Advertising Preferences settings page on those sites to change your ...


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In About Our Returns Policies you can read: If a product becomes defective after 30 days you won't be able to create a returns label using our Returns Support Centre - you'll need to Contact Us. You may wish to visit the manufacturer's website or contact them directly as they may be able to offer troubleshooting and support with the issue you have with ...


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I've seen this happen as well. What I do to avoid this is to avoid the ads being put on the sites. Each ad added to the page uses cookies and other forms of tracking in order to keep track of what your are ordering in order to pass this information to other sites. This in fact is a large business. While they might find it useful, it obviously affects us ...



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