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How to turn OFF In-App-Purchase in app store description?

We have a really weird problem where our app store description says that our app has in-app-purchase, but we don't, and I can't seem to turn it off! As a consequence, we are getting tons of complaints. Here is the app: http://www.amazon.com/PUZZINGO-Space-Puzzles-Kids-Toddlers/dp/B008PJX14K Here are some screenshots from our developer's portal: We have no IAP items configured. https://dl.dropboxusercontent.com/u/14319758/AmazonScreenShot1.png https://dl.dropboxusercontent.com/u/14319758/AmazonScreenShot3.png We have no IAP permissions on the app: https://dl.dropboxusercontent.com/u/14319758/AmazonScreenShot2.png Any idea why this is happening? One thing that did happen in the past is that we did submit the app in the past accidentally with the IAP permission, but without ever having implemented IAPs. But that old version has since been replaced with this new version that you see here. Super weird.. .Thx!
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rmandel@aws answered
Two things here: 1) We have cleared the flag on our back end that causes the "Offers In-App Purchasing" language to the description of your app and republished the meta-data so it is no longer appearing to customers. 2) The language is automatically appended to your app description when the In-App Purchasing jar is included with your application package. In the case of your application, it appears that it was included in the build that you created from Corona. The next time you generate a Corona build, you may need to double check that you are no longer including the Amazon In-App Purchasing plugin, as if you submit a new build with the plugin included the language WILL re-appear.
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