Why is there a page called ‘Oliver POS Products’ on my website?

Why is there a page called ‘Oliver POS Products’ on my website?

If you've installed Oliver POS, a hidden page called "Oliver POS Products" will be automatically added to your website. 

However, there is a small chance that the page will not be hidden and may appear on your website menu.  If this is the case, simply go to the backend of your WordPress site, and go to ‘Pages’. The page should be there. Hover over it with your mouse, and select ‘trash’ to delete it.

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