Amazon is now suspending sellers before their first sale, and requesting evidence of authenticity. Some sourcing models won’t survive.
Seller sabotage and abuse are running wild. Here’s what’s happening, and what both Amazon and sellers need to do to bring it under control.
Understanding what Amazon wants when they ask for root causes can make or break your chances of reinstating your ASIN or account.
Discover and fix problems with your selling account before Amazon does. Stay clean, deal with dirty competitors and prevent suspensions.
For sellers afloat on Amazonian waters, here’s how to sail into the shark-infested depths, break your oars and smash a hole in your boat.
Amazon is testing a stricter policy on seller account suspension. The window for appeal and number of appeals can both be severely limited.
Chris McCabe explains how to get the most out of Amazon’s Seller Support team, and when calling them is the last thing you should do.
Amazon are applying a stringent new invoice verification process. Chris McCabe explains how it works so you can make sure you’ll pass.
Amazon’s efforts to clean up product reviews have sent the problem underground. Fake reviews are still around, but are harder to detect.
Amazon’s new Marketplace Growth account management program costs up to $5,000 per month. How does it work, and is it worth it?