Intellectual property complaints are often the result of a rights owner filing a specific complaint with Amazon.
We had a seller whose listing was blocked after it became reinstated. What happened was that their listing was suspended due to intellectual property complaints, which were resolved. After appealing, Amazon said that the ASIN was reinstated.
It turned out that the ASIN remained blocked for a few weeks because it was considered stranded inventory in the Amazon FBA Center.
At this point, we sent an escalation appeal to the Bezos team. (You can escalate matters to Jeff Bezos’ team, but this is only recommended if Amazon’s lower teams are clearly failing.)
We also sent an appeal to the Seller Performance Team explaining the issue regarding our client’s inactive listing. His listing was then reinstated.
Even Amazon makes mistakes.
For help reinstating a suspended Amazon listing, call or email us at: 1-877-9-Seller or CJ@AmazonSellersLawyer.com
by CJ Rosenbaum Esq.
There are two main goals of this book:
1.) Educate Amazon sellers about how to avoid suspensions.
2.) Teach suspended Amazon sellers how to get their accounts / ASINs quickly reinstated.
Inside, you will find sample language for Plans of Action pertaining to:
Inauthentic Items, Review Manipulation, Intellectual Property Complaints & more!
For a FREE COPY, contact us today: 1-877-9-SELLER / CJ@AmazonSellersLawyer.com