According to a report by The Verge, Amazon has banned 600 Chinese brands, and Amazon says these brands were in violation of Amazon’s policies – that of reviewing abuse. A report by the Wall Street Journal earlier mentioned how some Chinese brands offered gift cards to consumers in exchange for positive reviews, and the company said in a statement to The Verge: “Amazon is working hard to build a great experience in our store so customers can shop with confidence and sellers are available Opportunity to grow their business amid healthy competition. Customers rely on the accuracy and validity of product reviews to make informed purchasing decisions and we have clear policies for both reviewers and selling partners that prohibit misuse of our community features. We suspend, ban and take legal action against those who violate these policies, wherever they are in the world.” Amazon explained that this is not a campaign to “target” China but a global campaign, and said, “We will continue to improve abuse detection and take enforcement action against bad actors, including those who knowingly engage in multiple and repeated violations of the policy, including the abuse review.” “We are confident that the steps we are taking are in the best interest of our customers as well as the honest companies that make up the vast majority of our global selling community,” the company said in a statement. , Aukey Mpow, RavPower and Vava are some of the “big” brands that Amazon has permanently banned. .