The increase in online shopping means that you're not exactly witness to the product you are purchasing.
nice photo, attractive price, and good reviews is all that's needed
to convince online shoppers on Amazon and eBay to purchase products.
however they get duped by sellers who use manipulated photographs and
fake 4-5 star reviews to make it look as if it's a respectable item,
laws in regard to false advertisements of items online via doctored
photos and fake reviews will come into effect, protecting the online
laws also make sure that sites like eBay and Amazon will enforce
these laws via their fraud departments.
sources estimate that £900 per UK household is spent by those
influenced by fake reviews, and £60 for unwanted subscriptions.
offering so-called “Bot Reviews” will be outlawed and sites like
YouTube and Google will no longer be able to take commissions on
advertisement slots and top search listings respectively in the UK.