How to Protect Yourself From Losing Your Valuable Inventory on Amazon When You Have An Issue

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.

They’re doing their own plans of action, they’re dealing with intellectual property right complaints. And during that time, Amazon is tending you a notice that you have 30 days to get your products out of FBA warehouses.

So what should you do? Removal orders.

If you neglect to do a removal order during that 30-day period when Amazon has sent you the notice, 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 notice, go ahead and put that removal order in, or else Amazon will absorb, keep, and never pay you for your valuable inventory.

If you want to learn more about removal orders, contact us and either me or a fantastic member of my team will be in touch with you as soon as possible.


Want more info. on lost inventory? For example, when Amazon fails to log in your products resulting in lost inventory or when Amazon lost the goods, misplaced goods, absorbed goods, or sold your goods.

When Amazon won’t give you back your own inventory, when you can’t resolve things amicably with them through Plans of Action, arbitration is your best option to get your withheld money or inventory back or obtain reimbursement for lost / damaged goods on AMZ. Luckily, we can help you with that.

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