Why Sellers SHOULD Do The Research on Restricted Items Before Creating A Listing On Amazon

Before you jump on any Amazon listing, I want you to make sure you do a little bit of research, find out whether it is a restricted product. And if it is, don’t get on that listing, even if there’s a great profit motive, because the chances of your entire business going down are very, very significant.

Often when you’re in the restricted products, your entire account is going down, not just the listing deactivation.

So what do you do if you make this mistake, you need to draft a killer persuasive and concise plan of action.

If you have no idea how to write a plan of action, I want you to get this book. It’s our book, the Amazon Sellers’ Guide to Suspensions & Reinstatements. We are in the process of updating it. The new version should be ready in just a couple of months, but it’ll give you a great idea as to how to write a plan of action yourself if you choose to do so.

Although I highly recommend that if you value your Amazon-based business that you hire us; because my team is the best in the world at writing plans of action. We see the trends before anybody else, we compare notes, we brainstorm, we have a whole team of college-educated and people with master’s degrees doing nothing but writing plans of action for Amazon sellers.

So when it comes to this particular issue about jumping on a listing for a restricted product, you need to often write a plan of action that includes arguments about how you are going to be better at checking out listings and how you’re going to increase your own training on how Amazon works and which products you can sell, which products you cannot sell.

If you want to learn more about how to write a plan of action for a restricted product suspension on Amazon, always know you can reach me and my team seven days a week: