As some of you might remember; I have been getting products from a website called Elite Deals, that come with a discount coupon which makes testing the product almost free. Every day, they have a lisst of products online, and you just look through the list and see if there is anything that youu would like to try. Our last adventure was a water purifier system that lists at a little under $200; but Amazon has for under $50. With the coupon discount, we got ours for $15 , and now they have them for only $10. Anyway, here is my question, and I am hoping that someone here might have an answer for me. Since I started buying these coupon items and writing the reviews on Amazon, I have also started getting emails that appear to be from other amazon sellers , asking me if I would like to try their product and write a review. As an example, today, I just received an email asking if I wanted to test a set of solar motion-activated yard lights. They show a link to their company on Amazon, which lists the light at retail $60, Amazon price of $18. I can get the lights for $2 , to test and write a review. I am going to write to Amazon and ask if these offers are legitimate or if they are some kind of scam; but I also thought that maybe @Ken Anderson , or someone else who buys a lot from Amazon might have had some experience with this. If this is actually legitimate, then I would like to get some of these products and review them. One of the links that I checked out for a backpack did say "be the first to review this item"; but I am not sure if that was asking for product testers, or just for someone who purchased the item to write a review. Does anyone know about how this works and whether it is legitimate or not ?