Should Amazon Sellers Use Stenographers & Court Reporters During Arbitrations with AMZ?
Amazon sellers, if you’re taking Amazon to arbitration, you may want to know that can you get a record of what is said during that procedure.
If you’re in court or you watch courtroom TV, there’s always a court reporter sitting there at the little machine typing every single word that is said by every person in the room. When it comes to arbitration, you can have the same thing, but you have to pay extra for it. And most sellers choose not to incur that cost.
So yes, a stenographic record is available to you, but most sellers don’t choose it because it could be quite expensive.
If you want to learn more about taking the decision-making out of Amazon’s hands and putting it in the hands of a neutral arbitrator to force Amazon to release your money, to force Amazon to release or pay for your inventory, contact us for a free consultation. I literally try to make myself available to Amazon sellers seven days a week, 365 days a year.
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