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AMAZON FILES SUIT AGAINST INDIAN COMPANIES FOR ALLEGEDLY CREATING FAKE APPS

Lawstreet Journal 18 May 2020 8:50pm

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Web-based business mammoth Amazon has recorded a claim in a Seattle government court for charges of a scam by two organizations in Washington and Zirakpur (Punjab) for selling counterfeit Amazon marked applications. The E-commerce giant raised claims of malpractice and product sabotage for its trademark product- the Amazon Echo.  

The claim is allegedly against two technical support organizations – Robojap Technologies situated in Covington, Washington, and Quatic Software Solutions situated in Zirakpur, Punjab. Amazon affirms that these organizations built up a technical support plan to con individuals by means of phony Amazon applications which purported to help set up Alexa-empowered Echo brilliant speakers at home, charging $150 for gadget insurance plans. 

The organization claimed that once clients downloaded the phony Amazon-marked applications, "they were incited to contact a client assistance number and could be charged $150 for pointless insurance plans". The organization further said that the respondents created counterfeit sites and versatile applications that professed to assist individuals with setting up new Alexa gadgets. 

Quatic's site is not, at this point on the web, however, the suit says Robojap oversees Quatic. "Arrangement Guide for Echo" and "Reverberation Setup Instructions and Guide," two portable applications on the Google Play Store that these organizations purportedly used to draw in clients, have been deactivated as well. 

"Amazon strives to ensure the safety of our customers, and the outright abuse of our image to beguile clueless clients in setting up their new gadgets is horrifying," an Amazon representative stated. 

The organization said it has gotten "various objections about Robojap… Continue Reading...


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