LG demanded editing rights over a review, offered to "compensate" us for the privilege, and admitted this was a plan to stop bad reviews because they hurt sales. This conduct is disgraceful, unethical, unacceptable and today we are exposing them: piped.kavin.rocks/watch?v=J5DuXeqn…

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These videos are EXTREMELY stressful to make. We have opened ourselves wide up to being blacklisted. So thanks to all our Patreon and Floatplane supporters who allow us not to care and just buy their products to test
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Hey @JarrodsTech remember that convo we had in your discord
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Yes it was fantastic
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They never learn do they ? :)
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Doesn't LG actually make good panels and you recommended some as their Monitors as (almost) best?
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We frequently recommend their products yes. This was not over a negative review. This is because we refused to let them have control over an upcoming review they were worried about
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Must feel 'nice' or something knowing that your reviews can impact sales in such a way
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Well, it means they are actually helping consumers making the right decisions, that should feel good 🙂
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Good. Keep calling them out when they try to pull this
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Hey @FSAPOJake remember you had to return defective LG monitors? 😅
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Yeah, I had to return 2 34GP83As with dead pixels. Not to mention my girlfriend having to go through like 3 LG G4 phones back in the day. My B8 OLED has been fine, but so far the track record hasn't been great. Thinking of moving to a Panasonic OLED after this. Those are great.
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