By now, most of us know about Amazon’s growing business in the fake-money market.
It’s a business where online merchants sell products that aren’t really available in the real world and pay for them with digital currencies.
But the company hasn’t stopped there, and its not stopping there.
A recent investigation by the Federal Trade Commission found that Amazon is now using the money to buy ads on its own sites and other companies.
The investigation was triggered by an investigation by a third-party consumer advocacy group called Consumer Watchdog that exposed Amazon’s practices on the fake money market.
The company has defended its practice of buying ads on sites like Amazon.com.
Consumer Watchdog alleges that Amazon buys ads for its products and then resells them to its customers.
Amazon, which has been in the spotlight for its shady dealings in the “cash-for-play” world of fake-currency scams, has vehemently denied any wrongdoing.