Amazon sellers, I’ve got breaking news, and it’s good news for sellers who have an appeal button. It’s bad news for sellers who’ve already used it and it’s no longer lit up.
We’re seeing a dramatic increase in the success of AMZ appeals & plans of action that we write for sellers all over the world, when they can be submitted with the appeal button rather than sending them by email.
We don’t know why they’re having more success with the appeal button rather than by email. Often, email is easier to send attachments, your invoices, and authorization letters. But if you have the option of using an appeal button, absolutely use it.
If you are uncomfortable writing your own plan of action, if you’re uncomfortable writing your own appeal, contact us. We are here for sellers seven days a week. Also, if your suspension has anything at all to do with an intellectual property issue, trademark, copyright, patent, any intellectual property right issue at all, you should not pay anybody who is not an admitted lawyer to deal with that issue. Consultants, these other people, they have no business dealing with intellectual property issues.
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For additional information on using the appeal button:
Appealing through the appeal button: I’ve been getting a lot more responses through the appeal button, but you should always send it through email as well. It just gives you more of an option to receive a response, as Amazon routinely doesn’t respond to it. If you’re still having trouble, call us.
Where many people get held up is actually writing the Plan of Action or filling in the spaces in the appeal button. Your Plan of Action / appeal is nothing more than an exercise in persuasive writing: you’re trying to persuade the Amazon employee reading your Plan of Action to reinstate your account. Craft yours to fit the reader who is likely in India, overworked and underpaid.