Amazon Seller Gets Hit with a Temporary Restraining Order
What do you do if you’re an Amazon seller who’s been served with a Temporary Restraining Order?
In this video, I’ll give you the rundown on what to expect and how to handle it. Stay tuned!
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More information for Amazon sellers on getting hit with a Temporary Restraining Order:
Temporary restraining orders in litigation (TRO) are usually sent by a brand to stop sellers from offering products that the brand feels they’re not authorized to sell on the Amazon platform.
Sellers receive notice of this kind of lawsuit usually through an email from Amazon, informing them that their money is being withheld due to ongoing litigation. What is especially frustrating for sellers is that not only is their money being withheld for that particular product, the entirety of their store’s funds on Amazon are being withheld. Regardless of how much the product in question reflects their store’s total sales, Amazon withholds everything they’ve earned until the litigation is resolved.
Temporary restraining orders are the unfortunate new normal.