ATTENTION AMAZON SELLERS: Here’s a tip from one of our Paralegals:
Amazon is trying to get rid of drop-shippers.
The Notice-Dispute team at Amazon is trying to get rid of drop-shippers. So, if you notice that you’re listed on an ASIN and there are really no sales being made, it may be wise to let go of that listing. There is a chance that you can be flagged for intellectual property complaints or counterfeit allegations. Plus, if you have no invoices, the Amazon Notice-Dispute team can request proof of authenticity and they can request it multiple times, even if you tell them that you do not have the product in inventory and have not sold it.