Every site suffers scam stories, but only that website really passes the exam that finds the knows how to rectify it. Amazon is considered one of the biggest online platforms for its best accommodation services to the users. The website is a global network where the buying and selling of products happen along with hundreds of reviews, which boosts the status of Amazon's website globally.
In the month of May, a company called Fakespot found out about 58% of fake reviews posted on the site of Amazon UK, where most of the online shopping happened during the pandemic. In recent reports, it has been proved that since Amazon attracts a massive amount of audience to its platform, it also gets the greatest number of fake reviews from fraud sources.
Considering Fryer as one of the most active reviewers on the site of Amazon UK, his account generated 20,000 reviews, which is an odd choice of number. Fryer even admitted to posting reviews prior to the given incident after receiving the product from Amazon UK and getting paid for it as well. When asked about the review posted by the user name Fryer, he completely denied any activity on Amazon's site, which rang even more bells.
According to Amazon, the reviews posted by the account holders are reviewed firsthand before they are posted on the site. With around 10 million reviews every seven days, Amazon manages to check and approve each and every one of them.