If you’ve bought a five-star rated item on Amazon only to fall apart a few days after getting it, you’ve probably wondered if any of these reviewers actually used the product. Well, spoiler alert, it turns out they might not have, as Amazon is suing over 10,000 people for orchestrating plots to leave thousands of false product reviews on its digital stores.

Filed on Monday, the legal action targets Facebook group admins who accepted money or other favors in exchange for posting a bunch of made-up reviews for products sold on Amazon in the US, UK, France, Germany, Italy, Spain, and Japan (via TechCrunch (opens in new tab)).