September 1st, 2020: Amazon Publishes Sellers’ Personal Information Publicly
Business verification issues may become rampant after September 1st, 2020, when Amazon publishes your name, your address, possibly even your phone number and your email address.
I’m CJ Rosenbaum and this is an alert for Amazon sellers. With Amazon switching to publishing your name, address, and possibly more information, you must be aware that Amazon may also link that in with the new terms of service, where it can require you to engage in business verification.
Business verification is usually the ban of new sellers, where sellers have to provide documentation to establish their account. Usually the dreaded utility bill is a problematic document to provide to Amazon in order to do business. But as Amazon publishes your information, we are very fearful that you are going to have to re-verify your business with Amazon.
Large sellers, small sellers, all sellers, you may have to resubmit documents and information that match either your current address that Amazon has, or if you decide to move your business to another location to avoid consumers, brands, and other entities from knowing where you’re located, that you’ll have to submit all new documents to Amazon and engage in the dreaded business verification all over again.
If you’d like to learn more about the ongoing business verification that Amazon built into the latest TOS, contact us for a free consultation 1-877-9-SELLER. It is an ongoing potential nightmare for Amazon sellers. And as of September, you need to know what you might be facing.
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