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 of winning if Amazon ever comes after you.

Watch this video to learn about some of the most common winning cases and how to avoid them. By understanding what can get you in trouble with Amazon, you’ll be able to stay one step ahead of the competition.

What is dropshipping?

Dropshipping enables sellers to outsource the work and facility space for storing, packaging, and shipping the products they sell in different channels. Amazon offers a program called Fulfillment by Amazon (FBA) where sellers can send their products to fulfillment centers to be packaged and shipped out by Amazon employees. In addition to this, FBA provides full customer service to customers and handles exchanges and returns in place of the seller.

If you are a drop shipper who gets suspended by Amazon, it is possible to be reinstated by providing Amazon with a Plan of Action which details the source of their error, as well as a plan which will prevent the mistake from being made again