Google removed 2500 loan apps from Play Store
Google removed 2500 loan apps from Play Store

Cybercrime, online fraud, and scam cases are on the rise in our technological age. The government is now strictly enforcing laws against internet fraud. The central government is always coming up with new policies to manage this.

The Indian government had appealed to Google to take down fraudulent loan apps from the Google Play Store. In response to a request, Google has taken some 2,500 apps out of the Play Store.

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Information regarding the apps that were taken down from the Play Store was provided by Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman in the Lok Sabha. The government was planning to remove fraud loan apps for quite some time, she said. In the name of providing loans, the apps that were removed made people victims of fraud.

Let us inform you that Google has modified its loan-giving app policy. Google has updated its policies. All such apps that advertise on the Google Play Store as offering loans to users will have to abide by the guidelines. Approximately 2500 of the approximately 3500 fraudulent lending apps that Google discovered have been taken down.

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