Representing AMZ Sellers by Taking Amazon to Arbitration when they REFUSE to Release your Money
As an Amazon seller, you need to know the moment you sign the Business Solutions Agreement, you give up your rights to sue Amazon, and any dispute cannot be decided through the court system.
While taking Amazon to court is not an option a seller can pursue, you do have the option to resolve certain situations through the process of arbitration.
Arbitration is generally a last resort and sellers should use a cost-benefit analysis before deciding to pursue this option.
It’s important to remember that an attorney must represent you in arbitration hearings. When the potential reward outweighs the cost in pursuing arbitration, we are the best choice in representing you against Amazon.
One of the benefits of having Rosenbaum, Famularo & Segall P.C. represent you in arbitration is the vast experience we have gained in handling these types of disputes.
According to Amazon’s lawyers, we represent nearly 75% of Amazon sellers in arbitrations filed against Amazon. We handle arbitration cases with Amazon every day and this experience gives us an edge when trying to get the best outcome for you as a seller.
Another benefit that our firm provides in arbitration cases is that many of the firm’s attorneys have garnered years of experience in trying cases.
CJ Rosenbaum, one of the founding partners of our firm, has taken his years of experience representing entrepreneurs in court and paired it with his vast knowledge of Amazon. This mix has given him an edge when representing a seller’s case in front of arbitrators. Our arbitration team of Rob Segall and Ashley DiPinto continuously succeed in getting Amazon to release sellers’ funds and inventory.
While our team has the experience and expertise to represent sellers in arbitration cases, it is important for a seller to know the common reasons to take Amazon to arbitration.
One of the most common reasons to pursue arbitration is if your funds are being withheld. Just because a seller violates Amazon’s policies does not mean they have the right to withhold your funds. A violation of policy is not an indication of illegal activity.
Another common reason to pursue arbitration is when Amazon refuses to return the inventory of a seller. Amazon stores products of hundreds, if not thousands, of sellers. In some instances, Amazon may refuse to return or lose a seller’s inventory. This is absolutely a reason for a seller to seek out arbitration against Amazon.