Yet again, Twitter is acknowledging a problem is had by it. This time around, it is with dodgy adverts, maybe not fake news.
Sometimes theyâ€™re frauds by retailersâ€”many located in Chinaâ€”that steal pictures of work out gear or dresses off their sources then deliver substitutes that are poor-quality those who destination instructions. In other cases theyâ€™re shady dropship arrangements (paywall), or perhaps the stores can be genuine but poorly run businesses that donâ€™t deliver on time, offer terrible customer care, or offer unsatisfactory services and products.
In any event, Facebook is worried why these dilemmas could sour users regarding the social media marketing network. â€œBad shopping experiences arenâ€™t advantageous to anyone,â€ the business claims in a press launch about a brand new advertisement feedback device it is releasing today.
The device, which you yourself can reach through the ads that areâ€œRecentâ€ link within the â€œExploreâ€ navigation club, gives users ways to inform Facebook about dilemmas theyâ€™ve had with things such as delivery time and item quality.