Amazon to sue more than 1,000+ fake reviewers
[QUOTE]Amazon claims the 1,114 defendants, known as 'John Does' because their real identities are a mystery, offered to write false reviews for as little as £3.25 on the website Fiverr.
It found the alleged perpetrators through an 'extensive investigation' in which Amazon posed as potential customers on Fiverr.
Fiverr has previously co-operated with the company by taking down fake review dealers but Amazon claimed that 'does not address the root cause of the issue or serve as a sufficient deterrent', the Sunday Times reported.
The paper said that once Amazon has identified the fake reviewers, the courts would force them to turn over the details of their clients.
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