If your are reviewing a product, is it okay for you to post a company picture of the product?
If you are reviewing a product such as a vacuum cleaner, is it okay to post a photo from a site like Amazon? Has anyone ever had any issue? The review I would be posting is favorable however, if it is unfavorable would that perhaps cause a problem?
I would take your own picture. Companies can be very funny about it. you might contact Amazon or the product's contacts and ask permission.
Using photos without permission is really iffy and can lead to huge problems even though you have good intent.
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