Many proposed solutions are clearly driven by economic interests. Nothing is wrong with having economic interests except anti-fraud solution providers may secretly desire or even support the continuation of fraudulent activities to keep their businesses alive. I have not personally witnessed any of these solutions in action but I do not expect many of them to adequately cover the scope of fraudulent activities in the marketplace today. For example, if a solution is designed to identify deliberate product adulteration, mislabelling, false product performance claims, etc, it is doubtful that the same system can also detect all types of fraudulent claims and business practices. Besides, all detected instances of product adulteration may not be because of deliberate fraud. Accidents do happen. On the other hand, fraudsters are constantly devising ways to deliberately defraud the consuming public in the “catch me if you can” game.
Even some solution providers are hearty participants in the game of fraud. For this reason, solution seekers must remain on guard and watch for the old give-and-take trick of some solution providers: