If you have strong opinions about Lawry’s Seasoned Salt, especially the 16 oz packaging, and something you’re dying to share with us, we have some bad news for you. Apparently Amazon prohibits most accounts from reviewing products It seems like… everyone was treating it like the new Twitter.
No, not Amazon as a whole. Lawry’s Seasoned Salt, 16 oz review section. In some recent reviews, an Amazon user tried to get the ball rolling and shared her thoughts, usually directed to her Twitter, in this niche section of the storefront. But Amazon’s overlords aren’t having that at all, cracking down on social media alternatives before they really kick off.
Amazon user Garrett Powell recommends Lawry’s Seasoned Salt, 16 oz.
They were soon followed up by other Twitter veterans. “I love this new social media,” read one review. “It’s so good that he spends $8 a month,” said another, referring to Elon Musk’s verified subscription plan for her Twitter.
It was all sparked by rapper and comedian Zach Fox’s tweet, prompting users to switch to the comments section for Lawry’s Seasoned Salt 16 oz.Judging by the replies, it didn’t take long for fans to try it out — Amazon realized what was going on. 3 minutes Someone pointed out that their review was blocked after Fox tweeted. Five minutes later, he said, Amazon appeared to have banned product reviews entirely, and he noticed “unusual activity” on the store page.
Alas, it looks like we’ll have to keep waiting for a true Twitter replacement to rise from the ashes of Elon Musk’s dumpster fire. , as you can imagine, is rather cumbersome.
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