How to Get Brands to Retract Intellectual Property Right Complaints Against Sellers

In this video, I’m talking about what you can do when you are being accused of intellectual property right complaints, and you merely want to sell off your inventory.

Okay, Amazon sellers. So, many of you, probably thousands of you, every single year are accused of violating another company’s intellectual property rights, you have a finite amount of inventory, and it’s not a product that you want to be married to. It’s the 80/20 rule, and these products are on the wrong side of it, and you simply want to get rid of your inventory.

Well, there are really two basic things that you can negotiate in order to liquidate your inventory.

Number one, agree to a sell-off or a sell-through agreement. We’ve negotiated a countless number of these agreements with brands where you agree not to sell a product anymore in exchange for them retracting the complaint and you having the ability to sell through your inventory.

Number two, and this one’s a little bit less known, is often brands will agree to buy the inventory back from you. So the same type of agreement is reached.

The brand will retract that intellectual property right complaint from the same email address from which it was asserted. That brand will also state that the complaint was made in error, so that you’re not losing money and you’re not losing inventory.

If you want to learn more about how to retract intellectual property right complaints on Amazon, how we help AMZ sellers all over the world, contact us, and either me or a member of my incredible team will be back in touch with you as soon as possible.