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Consumer buying decision processes are not obvious. The goal of this study is to establish the alignment of consumers' buying decisions with information choice and determine why consumers may or may not make buying decisions compatible with reviewer comments. To explain the reality of multiple consumer equilibria, the paper draws on the four information choice theories: inattentiveness, rational inattention, information markets, and costly precision. Based on the theories, this paper considersdoi:10.48009/1_iis_2018_180-191 fatcat:rc73ftju2bay3mhljare6yw42i