What To Do When AMZ Lost Your Inventory and Refuses to Release Your Money?

When Amazon lost your inventory and refuses to release your money, it can be a very frustrating experience. In this video, I’ll share with you what to do when Amazon does this. I’ll also talk about arbitration and how that can help you get your money back from Amazon.

If your inventory has been lost by Amazon or Amazon refuses to release your money, there are steps you can take to resolve the issue.

Steps to take 

Your best option is to take Amazon to binding arbitration under the American Arbitration Association in the hopes of resolving your dispute.  When bringing your case to arbitration you help your case with Amazon by getting new people from the Amazon team look into your case as well as external legal counsel. If Amazon still refuses to settle the dispute amicably, then you should pursue arbitration where a decision will be made by an arbitrator.


An arbitrator is a third party assigned to judge a dispute on the basis of evidence and testimony by the parties involved. Arbitrators are agreed upon by both parties and are usually lawyers, retired judges, or professionals in the relevant field. The utilization of an arbitrator helps a decision be made about your seller account that is unbiased, cheap and fast.