The British online clothing and cosmetics store ASOS has updated its app in the App Store and left a "message" for Russian users.
In the "What's new" section, where developers publish descriptions of changes in versions of the program, in the Russian region you can read the following text "Hi! From today we will only show you products that are available in your country. It's a shame to see what you can't buy, isn't it?" .
The appeal caused a wave of indignation. Many regarded the message as an act of passive aggression on the part of the retailer. In addition to negative comments, customers began to deliberately underestimate the rating of the application in the App Store and Google Play.
ASOS has stopped delivering packages to Russia since early March amid international sanctions. Many Russians, who had placed orders shortly before, were not able to receive the purchased goods or issue a return.
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