Deep Diving for a Root Cause in a Plan of Action: Amazon Seller Suspension Book
CJ Rosenbaum and Briana Stanco talk about a few updates made to our book, Your Guide to Amazon Suspensions. The book update incorporates feedback from around the globe including New York, China and Australia.
When it comes to Amazon account suspensions, Plans of Action are a great format for getting your account reinstated. Briana talks about some tips and tricks she’s learned along the way regarding finding a root cause in a Plan of Action.
When a seller receives a suspension notice from Amazon, they might not know the exact cause of the suspension. Some sellers have dozens of ASINs. Therefore, sellers need to identify the root cause of why they think their account or listings have been suspended, which can be tough sometimes. A suspended seller needs to step back and look at their business from an objective point of view to find possible issues / problems with their account and/or listings.
Need to find a root cause in a Plan of Action? Read our book:
There are two main goals of this book: Educate Amazon sellers about how to avoid suspensions and teach suspended sellers how to get their accounts and ASINs quickly reinstated.
Amazon sellers can use what we have learned after helping thousands of suspended sellers maintain their selling privileges and use the information and sample Plans of Action to get your selling privileges reinstated as soon as possible.
Amazon sellers will learn how to take the decision about reinstatement out of Amazon’s hands. With the Your Guide to Amazon Suspensions book, suspended sellers can draft their own POAs. For newer sellers, readers will learn about the basic types of suspensions and the most common reasons for suspensions.
Inside, find sample language for Plans of Action pertaining to: Inauthentic Items, Used Sold as New, Related Accounts, IP Complaints