The squalor of online marketing never seems to end. This week a conspiracy of over 200,000 fake reviewers for third party products sold on Amazon was reported by PC magazine. According to the report researchers found "over 13 million records and 7GB of data, including direct messages between Amazon vendors and customers who provided fake review scores." Here's how the scheme works. Crooked vendors publish a list of products they want a five star review for. Customers sign up to provide the review. They buy the product using PayPal, send in a five star review and then provide proof to the vendor that the