Amazon Seller Arbitration – When Opposing Counsel Does Not Cooperate Fast Enough
I don’t know why. I don’t know if Amazon’s lawyers are cranky. I don’t know if they are overloaded….
Maybe Amazon’s not paying their bills fast enough. But we are fighting over the last couple of weeks that in the arbitration, seller versus Amazon for your inventory or for your money, the lawyers are just slowing down. They’re just not hitting the deadlines. They just don’t seem as amicable as they have been in years past. That doesn’t mean you shouldn’t bring your claims. If Amazon stole your money, stole your inventory, take the decision-making out of Amazon’s hands, bring them to arbitration.
Also, what I want you to know, when you are taking Amazon to arbitration, you always want to work from a position of strength.
Make sure your documents are totally genuine. Make sure you did everything right. Also, make sure you don’t have a relationship to any other Amazon accounts. Because if you take Amazon to arbitration, their teams will dig deep into your business interest, into your email, into your physical address, into anyone associated with your Amazon account. If you have more than one account, you might get caught and they might go down.
To learn more about taking Amazon to arbitration:
My insanely awesome partner, Rob Segall, his right hand, Ashley DiPinto and me. We love fighting David versus Goliath, helping Amazon sellers get your money, get your inventory from Amazon.