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Review Policies

Please read the following information if you want to work with me on sponsored posts, reviews and/or giveaways.

Review Policy:

If you have a product (or service) you think would be of interest to me, feel free to get in touch! I am interested in most products, except for anything related to medicine or nutritional supplements, like vitamins, etc.

I will review your products and services, if they are relevant to me, in exchange for product samples that I get to keep. Reviews will appear on this blog, Fancy That!

I highly recommend that you also do a giveaway with the product I will be reviewing, although it isn't required. However, giveaways do tend to add quite a lot of attention to reviews. Also, I am not responsible for shipping the giveaway to the reader and if you happen to send me extra items to send via giveaway, please note I will keep what I get. So bottom line: you are responsible for sending the giveaway.

If you would like to do a giveaway in addition to your product review, I do include social media links, newsletter sign ups, etc. Feel free to specify what you are looking for in the giveaway entry form in terms of what readers can to do enter the contest. Do know that only comments are allowed as required entries, and everything else are considered "extra entries."

Also, please do not expect me to pay for shipping without forewarning or discussing this with me first.

I am honest in my reviews. However, if I come across any issues with a product, I will work with your company on resolving them.

I also promote my blog posts to Twitter, Facebook, GooglePlus, and other social networks at least once following the review.

For Sponsored Posts:

I do allow for sponsored posts on my blog, so please contact me for details on rates. Sponsored posts can be written by me or already prewritten. If it's prewritten, it must be quality writing with minimal grammar and spelling errors.

Disclosure Policy

I always disclose to my readers regarding any product I receive in exchange for my review or any other kind of compensation I receive in exchange for a post.

In addition, I can promise my readers that my reviews are honest.

If you have any questions or want to work with me and my blog, send me an email at 


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