Amazon Account Reinstatement and Suspension Prevention

Fight Back, Save Your Amazon Business

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  • Mark Lever
    Posted at 09:24h, 18 March Reply

    Good morning;
    I am an advid follower of your blog as well as an early purchaser of your wonder book;
    I am at a point where I am seeking to employ a reliable VA preferably from the Phillipines (starting part-time)
    I mainly want VA to help me source retail arbatage online; I know there are very many websites that are agencies for Phillipine workers but I am unsure which is the most reputable firm to choose as a hiring agency; They all charge a monthly or one-time fee.
    Any feedback would really be helpful!
    Be well
    Mark

    • Cynthia Stine
      Posted at 10:16h, 18 March Reply

      Mark,

      I’m a firm believer that people should start with one of the established VA companies. They take care of tax issues, manage the VAs, usually have a US-based manager you can talk to if you run into problems and can continue to bring in people until the right fit is found for you. All that being said, I can’t really help you because I contract directly with my VA. I’ve worked with her for years. Brad DeGraw uses a lot of VAs in his business. I’ve heard him speak and I’ve read his book “The Amazon FBA Sellers ebook for Training and Organizing a Virtual Assistant Handbook” which I use with my VA. You may want to start there. At least he knows exactly what you are looking for. You can contact him on facebook. http://www.facebook.com/brad.degraw

      He also offers a service where he helps FBA sellers recruit, train, hire, fire and negotiate for you. He has a free webinar coming up on 3/25 all about it. You may want to check it out. It is only free if you listen to it live. https://attendee.gotowebinar.com/regist…/8994198994448120578
      Hope this helps!

      Cheers,
      Cynthia

  • Mark
    Posted at 14:33h, 25 June Reply

    Hi,

    This was an interesting article about Amazon, but how about eBay? We were Platinum Powersellers, Top Rated, excellent Feedback in excess of 63,000, 12 years on eBay, and one woke up and they had pulled all 2,500 listings.
    We got something vague, like, they didn’t like out business practices, and that we would never sell on eBay again. We have no idea what happened, or why.

    Once that door has slammed, is there a way to get it back open? We went from $40,000/mo to zip overnight.

    • Cynthia Stine
      Posted at 17:00h, 26 June Reply

      Mark,

      I don’t have eBay experience personally. Sorry. I’m sure there are people who do. I know you can speak to someone at eBay and that you get one chance to make your case…but that’s all I know.

      Good luck,
      Cynthia

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