NEW YORK (CNN) — Amazon says it is taking action against potentially counterfeit solar eclipse glasses. The company said Sunday (Aug. 13) that it contacted and issued refunds to some customers who purchased glasses on Amazon that “may not comply with industry standards.” Amazon has also removed a few listings for glasses on its website “out of an abundance of caution.” It did not name any of those listings in its sta... (Date:08/13/2017 22:51) Read full article >>

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