Amazon suing users who set fee nepreviews




Amazon has sued users who have posted nepreviews on his site. Because it has no idea who the people were who made the nepreviews, the web store in 1114 is’ john does “indicted.

In the indictment involves sellers on Fiverr website, which people can provide services for amounts of five dollars. Some users offered them to publish reviews on Amazon, among other things with a hundred different accounts in order to get the product evaluation online. Which is prohibited under the terms of Amazon. Because Fiverr users from offering services that go against the terms of other services on that site should not, says TechCrunch.

It involves a total of 1114 people, but Amazon does not know who they are, so it has 1114 times denounced a “john doe”, the default name is used as the identity is not known. Accounts nepreviews placed, Amazon and removes it, inter alia by accounts of people who are named in the indictment.

Earlier this year, the online store also once undertook action against nepreviews. That action was directed against operators of websites that were intended to sell nepreviews.


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