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James Cartwright

James Cartwright

4 months ago

Generally speaking it may take another Supreme Court case to rectify the problem that amazon faces! Manufacturer and brand owners continually try to control a market if amazon doesn’t want resellers then it should only sell the brands themselves that takes care of the problem!

Mark Hetherington

Mark Hetherington

4 months ago

I’m expecting this to be a short term purge. Why? Well the biggest problem is that the vast majority of items are sourced through distributors who are not “approved”. In fact in the greater scheme of things approved distributors are actually very rare as manufacturers prefer to spread their wares among as many distributors that are willing to take them. Sure, the likes of Apple are particularly strict about who resells their goods as are many of the big brands, but there are tens of thousands of lesser known brands out there who simply don’t have an authorised reseller network. Not only that but outgoing models, which make up a huge percentage of the marketplace, are also often peddled by smaller “unofficial” distributors. So if amazon decide to make this a blanket policy they’re very soon going to end up losing the vast majority of their sellers and an awful lot of their catalogue too. In otherwords it’s unworkable, particularly for a company like amazon whose only mission is to make as much profit as possible. They’ll soon back down if their catalogue starts to diminish and sellers move back to sites like eBay. I’ve already experienced this. I have… Read more »

Fabio

Fabio

4 months ago

There is another side of the coin.
We always need to remember that Amazon, unlike other platforms like eBay, can became our competitor, and asking about our supplier could not always be about evidence of authenticity

James

James

3 months ago

The even further side is this opens up litigation… amazon flirts with anti trust. First sale doctrine I bought it I can sell it!

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