After WND’s recent story exposing Amazon.com’s banning of one of its top 500 reviewers for “bias” for a post recommending a new Bible book, the mega-retailer quickly reversed its decision, reinstating hundreds of the Christian reviewer’s previous posts.
Weeks after posting a 5-star rave of a new Bible book, Amazon.com banned this week one of its top 500 reviewers for “bias,” without further explanation and pulling more than 600 of his previous postings dating back to 2013.
The last book William Struse reviewed for Amazon was Joseph Farah’s highly acclaimed “The Gospel in Every Book of the Old Testament,” which has been called a “breakthrough Bible book,” released in a preview e-book version exclusively on Amazon Kindle and the WND Superstore before its scheduled hardcover debut in September.
Following an attempt to repost his glowing review, Struse received only this message from Amazon: “Sorry, we are unable to accept your review of this product. Your previous review of this product did not comply with our Customer Reviews Guidelines. Amazon does not permit reviews from customers whose relationship to the product or seller may be perceived as biased.”
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