Got an Inauthentic Suspension on Amazon? Learn How To Win Reactivation FAST
Amazon sellers, what’s old is new again. Inauthentics are back with a vengeance, and I’m going to talk to you about a success we had last week.
Vin is one of our awesome paralegals. While the product is a topical, and topicals have been a whole other source of problems for the last couple of months, this was a basic inauthentic suspension that Vin won for a seller.
Whether it’s a listing or account goes down on Amazon, if you’re a relatively small seller, what do you need to do?
- Invoices, invoices, and invoices.
- A well-written, concise, persuasive plan of action that discusses your invoices.
And that’s how we get listings back every day of the week.
So again, inauthentic suspensions have historically been the number one cause of your listings going down, and to get them back quickly, you need a killer plan of action that is supported by killer documentation.
If you got an inauthentic suspension on Amazon and you want to learn more about how to look at your invoices like an Amazonian:
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Tips for Amazon Sellers: How to Submit Perfect Invoices to Amazon after Receiving Inauthentic Suspensions
Invoices are the key to winning inauthentic suspensions on AMZ. You have to look at your information the way Amazon looks at it.
Your side of the invoice should match as closely to your Amazon account as possible. It should be made out to the Amazon account name or the name of the Amazon account owner. I know this sounds ridiculous. The email address for you should match the email address on the account that Amazon has for you. Everything should match as much as possible. Go through everything related to your AMZ account and make sure it all matches up.