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Madeinusa.org has a consumer rating of 3 stars from 2 reviews indicating that most customers are generally dissatisfied with their purchases. Madeinusa.org ranks 41st among Gifts Other sites.

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Top Positive Review

“This is a terrific site (and one of the more well-run)...”

Frank C.
11/8/10

This is a terrific site (and one of the more well-run) to help you find products that are MADE IN THE USA! They list products available in stores as well as on the internet. Also great info about how to help get our country back on the right track. I highly recommend that you cruise this site, I've already found some great items for Christmas shopping and I won't be including China in my Holiday plans! "The solution is just too simple. The American people need to start requiring the government, that works for us, when using our money to purchase all goods and services bought on our behalf, to be only from United States sources. That is what our founding fathers wanted." "The concept that they are saving us money by buying off-shore is bogus, as the jobs lost and subsequent lost income will eliminate the ability for us to buy any products at all. This can only exacerbate the increased unemployment, and cause company bankruptcy." "If Obama won't help, the people can do it themselves. Let's say 300,000,000 Americans each simply reallocated 1 dollar per day, spending 1 dollar less on foreign-made goods, 1 dollar more on American-made goods. (That's $30 per month, per person, and it is not an extra $30 per month, but just where you spend it!) After a year, this would add up to $109,500,000,000. What could the real, productive American economy do with an extra $109.5 billion? How about 2,737,500 new jobs paying $40,000 per year?" "The greed of us all wanting lower prices is also cutting our own throats in the process. The government and businesses, as well as the consumer has forgotten what made this country the greatest in history. To just flush it all away, and end up just another poor socialist country is a tremendous waste of our divinely inspired founding fathers vision, and the lives of all those that fought and died to keep us a free nation and a great Republic." This last quoted paragraph gives me pause, as Veteran's Day is this Thursday!

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Top Critical Review

“This is a misleading web site”

eric l.
9/9/11

This is a misleading web site. Be smart, how come a company with 11 employees in their head quarter (waterpik) listed as Manufacturer of US Made Goods. Goto hardware stores and look at their products, you can not see "made in usa label". Most of the companies are listed with very small us employee counts. This is alarming.

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frankc1
111 reviews
798 helpful votes
November 8th, 2010

This is a terrific site (and one of the more well-run) to help you find products that are MADE IN THE USA! They list products available in stores as well as on the internet. Also great info about how to help get our country back on the right track. I highly recommend that you cruise this site, I've already found some great items for Christmas shopping and I won't be including China in my Holiday plans!

"The solution is just too simple. The American people need to start requiring the government, that works for us, when using our money to purchase all goods and services bought on our behalf, to be only from United States sources. That is what our founding fathers wanted."

"The concept that they are saving us money by buying off-shore is bogus, as the jobs lost and subsequent lost income will eliminate the ability for us to buy any products at all. This can only exacerbate the increased unemployment, and cause company bankruptcy."

"If Obama won't help, the people can do it themselves. Let's say 300,000,000 Americans each simply reallocated 1 dollar per day, spending 1 dollar less on foreign-made goods, 1 dollar more on American-made goods. (That's $30 per month, per person, and it is not an extra $30 per month, but just where you spend it!) After a year, this would add up to $109,500,000,000. What could the real, productive American economy do with an extra $109.5 billion? How about 2,737,500 new jobs paying $40,000 per year?"

"The greed of us all wanting lower prices is also cutting our own throats in the process. The government and businesses, as well as the consumer has forgotten what made this country the greatest in history. To just flush it all away, and end up just another poor socialist country is a tremendous waste of our divinely inspired founding fathers vision, and the lives of all those that fought and died to keep us a free nation and a great Republic."

This last quoted paragraph gives me pause, as Veteran's Day is this Thursday!

ericl12
1 review
3 helpful votes
September 9th, 2011

This is a misleading web site. Be smart, how come a company with 11 employees in their head quarter (waterpik) listed as Manufacturer of US Made Goods. Goto hardware stores and look at their products, you can not see "made in usa label". Most of the companies are listed with very small us employee counts. This is alarming.

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