BREAKING NEWS: Amazon Sellers Wrongfully Accused of Having Related Accounts Resulting in Suspension
If you have been falsely accused of having more than one Amazon account, this breaking news piece is for you…
Just like in November 2020, Amazon is slaughtering sellers by accusing them of having more than one Amazon account. It’s against Amazon’s Terms of Service to have more than one seller account unless you fit into three specific categories.
What you need to know: Amazon is once again recognizing that it is wrongfully suspending Amazon sellers, and wrongfully accusing Amazon sellers of having more than one Amazon account.
If you’ve been wrongfully accused of having related accounts, know that we are winning these suspension cases.
Ashley literally won 16 cases in one week & most of them were related account cases!
So don’t lose your cool if your account gets suspended under this false accusation; Amazon is aware that it’s making some mistakes.
If Amazon is correct, and you have engaged in selling on more than one account, and you don’t qualify under the three parameters, or if it’s a real old account, you did not get Amazon’s pre-approval, then you have to come up with a really great argument for Amazon. Explain why they should reinstate your oldest account first, and if you win that (or we win that for you) both accounts may come back online.