Can my husband be an advanced reviewer also even if we have the same home address?

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Can my husband be an advanced reviewer also even if we have the same home address?

CS2012 CS2012
My husband is wanting to be an advanced reviewer so he can get free products to review just like I do. Is there any rules against a spouse doing this as well? My mentor recently graduated me to advanced reviewer and I just want to make sure I would not get in trouble with Eden Fantasys if my husband signed up to do the same thing since we obviously have the same home address.
01/27/2011
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Kindred Kindred
There's no problem with your husband having his own separate account and reviewing. We need more male reviewers!
01/27/2011
Kayla Kayla
Nope. We have a couple reviewing couples on here. Due to the etical reasons, it's best if you don't review the same product unless you both have widely differing opinions on the toy. (For example, if you both really loved the toy and were just gonna say the same thing, don't post it on both accounts. However, if you loved a DVD and he hated it, you could write two different reviews.)

But nope, no problem with having two advanced reviewers on here. Just be sensible about it.
01/27/2011
~LaUr3n~ ~LaUr3n~
Quote:
Originally posted by Kayla
Nope. We have a couple reviewing couples on here. Due to the etical reasons, it's best if you don't review the same product unless you both have widely differing opinions on the toy. (For example, if you both really loved the toy and were ...
I'm glad I read Kayla's post because it is exactly what I was going to say. We have quite a few couples reviewers on here.
01/27/2011
VieuxCarre VieuxCarre
Do it! We need more men!
01/27/2011
ScottA ScottA
Even if you both loved or hated a toy you could provide a valuable review, just make sure that you're talking about different reasons and different experiences, and that it's enough for a second review. If you're reviewing a dildo and you try it vaginally and he tries it anally that would work, but if you tried it vaginally and he held it and used it on you it would probably be better to just put a "note from him" in the experience section. Note that this doesn't mean he has to try anal play, it was just an example that came to mind.
01/27/2011
CS2012 CS2012
Well, he created an account on here. His username is Maxinater.
01/28/2011
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