User Comments on apps - Google AWOL

by nation-x » Thu, 20 Jan 2011 01:41:44 GMT


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 I am not even certain that this will be posted but something has to be
done... I had a user leave a comment on my app that his credit card
information was stolen after buying my app (from Google Checkout) and
sales dropped to nothing... is there anything that can be done about
that?

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Re: User Comments on apps - Google AWOL

by nation-x » Thu, 20 Jan 2011 01:51:52 GMT


 I wanted to mention that I did send emails to Google about this issue.




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Re: User Comments on apps - Google AWOL

by Brill Pappin » Thu, 20 Jan 2011 02:17:29 GMT


 Yah, I've had users add comments like that. It's almost like they are
competition trying to sabotage you.

You can send an email to google and they will respond, but it's not
always fast.

- Brill Pappin




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