How to Protect Your FBA Inventory from Amazon’s STRICT Removal Notices
Amazon sellers, in today’s video, I’m going to talk to you about how to protect yourself from losing your valuable inventory on Amazon when you have an issue.
We see a tremendous number of Amazon sellers who have problems with Amazon, that are doing their own plans of action. They’re dealing with intellectual property right complaints, claims of counterfeit, and during that time, Amazon is sending them a notice that they have 30 days to get their products out of FBA warehouses.
So what should you do if this happens to you? Well, you have to do removal orders.
If you neglect to do a removal order during that 30 day period, when Amazon has sent you the notice and you don’t do one, guess who’s going to absorb your inventory as if they own it? Your good friend Jeff from amazon.com.
Now they say they can dispose of your inventory. And if you think they really destroy it, you got another thing coming. Amazon absorbs it. It sells it as if they own it. They’ll liquidate your property through Woot and other channels.
So if you get that 30 day notice to get your inventory out, and it’s already been seven days, 10 days, 14 days, I know it sucks. I know it sucks to have to have your inventory come back, incur those costs, then clean up the problem, then send it on back in. But unless you want to lose your inventory, it’s exactly what you have to do. If you get that notice, put yourself on a very, very short leash and then go ahead and put that removal order in or else Amazon will absorb, keep, and never pay you for your valuable inventory.
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