Amazon’s Shareholders are Speaking Out Against the Company

While warehouse workers and upper-level corporate employees at Amazon are airing their own grievances against their employer about various internal issues, other people involved with Amazon are frustrated as well. Even Amazon’s shareholders are seeking legal action against the company.   Shareholder Claims Amazon’s “Astronomical” Misuse of Customer Data Could

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WINNING CASES FOR DROPSHIPPERS!

BREAKING NEWS AMZ: WINNING CASES FOR DROPSHIPPERS!

 WINNING CASES FOR DROPSHIPPERS! BREAKING NEWS AMZ! Dropshipping can be a great way to make money, but if you get reported to Amazon, it can be game over. In this video I share cases where sellers have won against Amazon, and offer tips on how you can increase your chances

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Expedited vs. Non-Expedited Arbitration: Which is Better?

Time and money. Those are the big differences. When you compare an expedited arbitration against Amazon and a non-expedited arbitration against Amazon, what am I talking about in terms of time? If you file for expedited arbitration, meaning you are seeking damages up to $50,000, your case should be over win, lose, whatever, within 90 days of filing the arbitration, you have a right to demand that the hearing occurs within 30 days of the preliminary conference. So time is much faster expedited because if it’s not expedited, it could literally go on for six, nine, or 12 months with extensive discovery on both sides.

Expedited vs. Non-Expedited Arbitration: Which is Better for an Amazon Seller? When it comes to Amazon Seller Arbitration, there are two types: expedited vs. non-expedited arbitration. In this video, we’ll discuss the differences between the two, and why you might want to choose one over the other. We’ll also go

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