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Click on "Accounts and Lists" near the top right-hand corner Click "Your Account" Look at the "Ordering and Shopping Preferences" box and click on "Your Amazon Profile" Click on your review under "Community Activity" Note: If there is nothing there, your review is still being processed


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Here is the correct order of steps with accurate menu labels as of Feb 2020: On the upper right hover (don't click) on "Hello USERNAME". It will open a menu. Select "Your Account". This will open a new page. Go to the "Ordering and Shopping preferences" and select "Your Amazon Profile".


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Set up a 2nd email address to use as your recovery email - it can be with Yahoo! etc., or even a 2nd Gmail address. Alternatively, don't give any recovery email and just rely on the phone being able to receive text messages. The one thing you should not do under any circumstances is to give an email address that you might not have access to in future (eg ...


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Personally I use another email service provider as the recovery email because I'm a web developer and it's natural for me to have more than one, but in your case it might be cumbersome to create and maintain several email accounts. You might want to consider adding the email of your significant other as your recovery email. In my case I've added my email as ...


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Just click here, it's under "Community activity". You can also filter using the combo box that says View: All Activity, change it to View: Reviews to see only your reviews.


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If you are using the app: Click on the three lines in the upper-left corner. Click on “Your Account” Scroll down to the bottom. The second to last bold heading is “Personalized Content”. Select “Profile” beneath that. Scroll to bottom to see your reviews. You can filter the activity by reviews only.


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