Mac Developer: Fake apps on Apple App Stores seeing a pre-holiday surge, purges ongoing
Fake apps on Apple App Stores seeing a pre-holiday surge, purges ongoing: "A report by the New York Times points out that a rogue app producer going by the name of "Footlocke Sports" populated the app store with fake apps for Puma, Nike, Canada Goose, Celine, and others. The apps, when functional, were attempting to induce shoppers to buy products that would never arrive, with the scammers collecting user information and credit card data."
But your valid, innocuous app has been rejected due to violation of some meaningless clause in the app store guidelines.
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