Amazon has been persistent in its cause to cleanse the platform of as many unnatural reviews as possible. So, here is the million-dollar question that I have been asked more times than I can remember: “Can you get rid of negative reviews?”
We don’t know why Amazon is still so notoriously vague when it comes to account suspensions, or why they don’t explain the possible resolutions to the sellers behind suspended seller accounts. Here are some tips on figuring out why your Amazon account has been suspended.
I don’t think it’s possible to explain the rage that follows soon after you download your inventory file only to find that your backend keywords have been changed to something insane, such as klip dagga, peyote, mescaline, and ketamine salts with pesticides. And worse, when a seller turns to Amazon for assistance with reactivating a listing that’s clearly been attacked, we get zero help. Here is the ultimate guide to handling – and preventing – competitor attacks.
Not all Amazon seller violations are created equal — some policy violations are a surefire way to get your account suspended. Learn which mistakes are the most deadly.
A 1/3 partner — pretty big deal. Jeff, you will take this massive, expensive operation off of my hands and mind? You will eliminate how much in company expenses? Are you seriously insisting on handling all the customer service issues that come with my entire business as well? You say that your company has revolutionized modern-day logistics and continues to maintain the benchmark standard? Well, Mr. Bezos, sir – where do I sign?
If you’re an Amazon seller, it’s more than likely that you will need to deal with a suspended account at some point. The way you write your Amazon appeal makes all the difference in your chances of reinstatement.