How To Resolve Improper & Baseless TROs Issued Against Your Amazon Seller Account
MOTION TO DISSOLVE
Many Amazon sellers have had their accounts frozen from temporary restraining orders. As most sellers know, these temporary restraining orders can cause damage to your business and make you lose sales for the duration your account is frozen.
However, we have tools at our disposal that can help you resolve these issues. Generally, the person who issued the order voluntarily removes a temporary restraining order, or you get the court to terminate the order. The latter is called a motion to dissolve.
The purpose of a motion to dissolve is to tell the court the temporary restraining order was improperly issued. If this motion is granted and the order is dissolved, you, the seller, now have grounds to proceed with recovering damages.
Now that the motion to dissolve is granted and you no longer have a stay on your account, you can now recover damages. Because the temporary restraining order was bogus, caused your business monetary damages, and cost you a fortune to resolve, you can have the court go after the brand who wrongfully issued the temporary restraining order.
The motion involved in recovering damages is called a motion for damages and attorney’s fees. With this motion, you can get the opposing side to reimburse you for attorney’s fees and damages.
Don’t take temporary restraining orders lying down. We can resolve it for you, and we can make the other side pay.
For more information about selling on Amazon and baseless TROs, contact us for a free consultation: 1-877-9-SELLER.
CJ Rosenbaum, Anthony Famularo & Rob Segall’s Amazon Training Center
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