Two of anonymous Belkin employees have come back with replies to the statement released by Belkin's president Mark Reynoso about faked product reviews. Belkin has supposedly paid for positive reviews, gave products with custom firmware to reviewers in order to hide bugs, faked hardware certification logos, wrote poor reviews of competitor's products and backed out of CES for lack of funding as inferred from the employees post.
An anonymous person claiming to be a former Belkin employee has commented in response to the statement released by Belkin's president Mark Reynoso about faked product reviews. Below is the published comment:
We have paid magazines for positive reviews, made custom devices or fixtures for use at trade shows to ensure quality demos. One such example would be a fixture that runs hidden cable to a TV or audio receiver, yet claiming the broadcast is coming from a wireless transmitter, or through a USB hub.....