Taking Amazon to Arbitration when Amazon Refuses to Release your Money – The Difference between Reasoned Decision Awards & Non-Reasoned Awards
If you’ve decided to take Amazon to arbitration because they refuse to release your money or inventory, there’s a lot of things you need to know, and that’s what these videos are all about, teaching Amazon sellers as much as possible about the arbitration process.
So in today’s video, I’m going to discuss the difference between a reasoned vs. a non-reasoned decision or award.
The arbitrator hears your case, s/he looks at all your documents and the hearing is over. Now the arbitrary has to make a decision. Is the arbitrator going to compel Amazon to pay you, or at least your inventory, or is the arbitrator going to cut Amazon loose?
The arbitrator can either issue a one or two-line decision saying, “Nope, you win, Amazon, pay this seller, Amazon return the inventory or pay for it,” or you can ask for a reason where the arbitrator then has to explain his/her decision, how they looked at the evidence, and why he/she made the decision that they did.
If you want to learn more about the different issues facing you in bringing an arbitration against Amazon when Amazon refuses to release your money, we have dozens, if not hundreds of videos for you to watch about all the different aspects pertaining to taking the decision-making out of Amazon’s hands by bringing Amazon to binding arbitration.