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 over some of the pros and cons of arbitration in general. So whether you’re an Amazon seller considering arbitration or just curious about what it’s all about, this video is for you!

As an Amazon seller, it’s important to understand your options for arbitration. Make sure you watch this video before making a decision!

Expedited Arbitration

When you are claiming fifty thousand dollars or less from Amazon, you are eligible for expedited arbitration. Expedited arbitration is a shortened process which is lest costly than typical arbitration, and is judged by a single arbitrator. Expedited arbitration is used often in cases which are simpler because they are much more fast paced, but if you are claiming only slightly more than fifty thousand dollars, we recommend utilizing this process and sacrificing a small sum for a quicker, cheaper decision.

Non-Expedited Arbitration 

If you are claiming over 50,000 dollars from Amazon, you are entitled to settle the dispute through typical arbitration. This process has a longer timeline, usually several months, but allows both sides to discover information from the opposing party and submit evidence as well as a deposition.