Amazon tries to snuff out a bunch of Kindle publishing scams
Amazon has been working for years to clean its sites of fake reviews and fake products. It’s still got work to do.
The online retailer on Wednesday filed five separate legal actions through the American Arbitration Association to cut down on a variety of alleged scams used to make money on Amazon’s Kindle self-publishing service, according to documents obtained by CNET.
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