Aum is the digital currency, created by a bitcoin exchange, that allows online retailers to charge buyers a small amount for online purchases.
It has become a popular way of reducing the cost of buying online.
However, it has been accused of being an unfair and deceptive practice.
Aum is not used for buying online, as a transaction can take place through other methods such as PayPal, credit cards, or virtual currencies.
AuCoin, which was recently acquired by Shopify, uses aum to pay for goods and services online, but is not using it to pay buyers.
In a statement to Business Insider, AuCoin said that the charges were being calculated “in compliance with the terms and conditions of the Aum Fee Calculator”.
“We are working with the authorities to investigate this matter,” AuCoin added.
The statement continued: “Our focus is on providing a safe and secure online shopping experience for our customers.
This includes ensuring that there are no fees charged to our customers when buying online and that our products are delivered with fair and genuine packaging.”
Aucoin said it was committed to “ensuring the safety of our customers and our brand, while also making sure that we provide a secure and reliable online shopping environment for all of our users.”