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Evidence emerges refuting Dash developer's claim fraudulent account was not his
There was considerable speculation about what was going on when Apple pulled the popular developer app Dash from the App Store and terminated the account. The developer, Kapeli, claimed to have no idea what had led to the action, with Apple subsequently explaining that it had detected more than 1,000 fraudulent reviews on a linked account. The accounts appear to be linked by credit card, device and developer ID.Kapeli continued to proclaim its innocence, stating that the account and device were used by an unspecified ‘relative' and that they had done nothing wrong. A post to the MacRumors forum now casts doubt on this, proving that the linked account contains apps which were originally promoted on Kapeli's own website and in its own Twitter feed.