WordPress scrutinizes fake reviews of plugins, and the plugin may be removed if serious

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The type of comment we’re talking about is when someone (or a group of people) creates multiple accounts to leave comments about plugins. This is a global problem. Fake reviews aren’t just a big problem on WordPress.org. Amazon, in particular, is riddled with fake reviews, and they’re getting harder to spot. Finding them before they get “too bad” is an ongoing battle. We’re not perfect, which is why the first time we see someone leaving a fake review, we warn them. What happens after that is often very telling. One big thing to remember, reviews serve two purposes: Your users can see what other people think about your plugin (and how you handle bad reviews) You can see how people really feel about you and your work Both of these things are

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