Recently I noticed that some of developers on the Mac AppStore are manipulating the review system of Apple, tricking customers to buy their app. More through they have written in the app description things that are not possible under Apple terms and macOS Sandbox. So let's get started: Fake Reviews I had monitored the app called Antivirus BitMedic since it's release. From it's last update which was on March, the app took the Top Grossing place between the places 3 to 10. What was took my attention is that on last two months the app did start to receive only 5 star positive reviews but only when 1 or 2 negative reviews were received. So what I am saying is that from March until August the app had almost same amount of buyers but not so much positive reviews received and suddenly some large number of positive reviews is received, but when, when 1 or 2 negative reviews are received... quite strange from my point of view. After I read the reviews many customers are reporting that while using the new macOS Sierra the app is crashing. With a fast search on the AppStore on the BitMedic page / recent reviews you will notice that the developer actually did respond to the negative reviews with positive reviews. I've contact Apple showing them this point of view but until now there was no action taken by them, this is the reason why I am going public. Description misinforming customers The developer is pretending that his app is doing things that are practically not possible under Apple SandBox and I will provide some info bellow. 1. "Designed for Mac. Virus & adware database updated multiple times per day. 24/7 real-time protection!" - really? 24/7 real-time protection? What means really 24/7 real-time protection? It means that if I will download a infected dmg,pkg or any macOS executable file and run it, the BitMedic will take the file before the macOS kernel will run it, put it into a private sandbox, examine it and than pass it to the kernel, which is NO WAY possible under the Apple Sandbox. 2. The developer is using "OPSWAT Certified Product - https://www.opswat.com/certified/legacy" telling that his app is certified. No way. Please check the web site and than search under the MacOS and see that there are NO MacOS apps certified by this entity. 3. "#1 Fastest and most secure Real-time AntiVirus & Adware App on Mac App Store. Tested & certified." Tested and certified by who? I think that the developer is the only person who certified his apps. I hope Apple will proceed and review the apps firmly in order to provide good and genuine apps to the customers.