An application that helped online shoppers spot fraudulent reviews of potentially subpar products is off the Apple app store after Amazon complained and the company removed it Friday.
Fakespot pitches its services to shoppers as being there to help them avoid being scammed by bad products which might be buried under false good reviews.
“Fakespot has your back when you’re shopping online at home or on mobile,” the company says on its website. “One secure shopping experience seamlessly integrated with Chrome, Firefox, iOS and Android (new Android experience coming soon). If it’s too good to be true, we’ll tell you and find a better deal.”
Just last month the company unveiled its app for iOS users.“Thank you to all of our users for making this new iOS app a reality,” the company tweeted. “Together we will put an end to eCommerce fraud. We have more amazing products coming soon that will […]
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