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Amazon Strikes Blow for Justice Against Bad Actors

Six consultants were indicted by the US Attorney for conspiracy, fraud, theft, bribery and attacks on 3P sellers. Here’s what this means to Amazon sellers.... Read More

Amazon’s Double Standard on Product Safety

Amazon sellers have long believed that the company held 3P sellers to a different product safety standard. A recent CNN story shows it’s true.... Read More

Amazon’s Official Seller Address Explained

Amazon FBA long-term storage fees are assessed twice a year. Learn how to find out what you will owe and how to reduce your fees.... Read More

Time To Kill Your Darlings

Amazon FBA long-term storage fees are assessed twice a year. Learn how to find out what you will owe and how to reduce your fees.... Read More

What You Need to Know Before Selling Your Amazon Business

Don’t lose your ability to sell on Amazon forever! Plan smart to be compliant with Amazon policy and keep your options open. Cynthia Stine explains how.... Read More

Amazon at a Store Near You?

Amazon Dash, Brexit, Prime Day, warehouse storage restrictions, PPE for schools, corruption, anti-trust investigations and Amazon moves against bad actors... Read More

Amazon to Publish Seller Addresses

Amazon sellers will no longer be able to hide behind their storefront names as their legal names and addresses will be visible on the platform. Cynthia discusses the furor and reasons why sellers should be glad for this change.... Read More

Is Walmart the New Amazon?

This week’s Amazon news roundup looks at a new competitive threat from Walmart and current “Dirty Seller Tricks™” on Amazon that hurt sellers and consumers. ... Read More

Free News for Amazon Sellers

Amazon sellers facing suspensions for violations of Fair Pricing Policy or ASIN shutdowns for using the word “Free” in their listing titles will find help in this week’s post from Cynthia Stine. In addition, good news from Amazon hints... Read More

Amazon Is Watching Sellers

Amazon sellers have struggled to adapt during the pandemic and face almost daily changes, challenges and annoying tech and policy issues. Amazon is now going to use our faces against us, and Jeff Bezos has been summoned by Congress.... Read More