The central government will soon hold a meeting with e-commerce companies and stakeholders to discuss fake reviews on e-commerce platforms.
The central government will soon hold a meeting with e-commerce companies and stakeholders to discuss fake reviews on e-commerce platforms and prepare the roadmap ahead. This meeting will be organized by the Department of Consumer Affairs.
central government soon e-commerce (E Commerce) Fake reviews on platforms (Fake Reviews) Will hold meetings with e-commerce companies and stakeholders to discuss and prepare the roadmap ahead. this meeting (Meeting) The Department of Consumer Affairs will organize. In this meeting, it will be discussed that what is the level of fake reviews on e-commerce platforms, so that customers can avail online service. (Online Services) Or get ready to buy the products. In the meeting, its level and the roadmap ahead will be discussed in detail.
The Department of Consumer Affairs, along with the Advertising Standards Council of India (ASCI), will hold a meeting with various stakeholders in this matter on Friday.
Government calls all stakeholders
The discussion will be based on the impact of fraudulent and misleading reviews on customers and the possible steps to prevent it. In this matter, Secretary, Department of Consumer Affairs, Rohit Kumar Singh has written a letter to all the stakeholders. These include e-commerce units like Flipkart, Amazon, Tata Sons, Reliance Retail etc. Apart from this, consumer forum, law university, lawyers, FICCI, CII, consumer rights activists etc. will also participate in the meeting.
Apart from this, let us tell you that to eliminate the influence of US-based e-commerce companies like Amazon and Walmart in India, the Government of India is all set to launch an open network for digital commerce. The new ONDC platform will allow buyers and sellers to interact with each other and conduct online transactions. The launch of the ONDC platform comes in the wake of India’s antitrust body raids on some of Flipkart’s domestic sellers from Amazon and Walmart.
The company was accused of violating the rules. With the launch of ONDC, the government aims to promote an open platform for the exchange of goods and services through electronic networks. According to the information, the open network platform will be launched in five cities including Delhi NCR, Bengaluru, Bhopal, Shillong and Coimbatore. Later it will be expanded to other cities. The Modi government and its major supporters have long argued that Amazon and Flipkart benefit only a few large sellers.