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As an e-commerce player, you’ve certainly heard of customers receiving fake items they ordered on Amazon: Knock-off footwear that looks similar to Adidas or Nike, top-brand or luxury handbags that are slightly off, or sporting equipment that doesn’t deliver the same quality a customer was expecting. This can also be dangerous, with nefarious sellers delivering shoddy medications, supplements, and beauty products for both people and
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Hoping for glowing 5-star reviews for your products on Amazon? The best way to get there is certainly not to commit fraud or pay for fake reviews. Sellers who go this route may experience the full wrath of the United States Federal Trade Commission (FTC) and Amazon. A recent case resulted in a $12.8 million fine for one company, and serves as a warning to
Amazon confirmed this week that it has ended its restrictive third-party price parity policy in the US. Amazon will no longer prohibit merchants from selling the same products on other sites at prices lower than Amazon’s list price. The policy is under scrutiny for potential violation of US antitrust law. In 2013, Amazon ended a similar price parity policy in the European Union after investigations
Everyone who has owned a television has likely flipped past the Home Shopping Network. The televised sales pitch is nothing new. But Amazon has recently evolved to add this shopping angle as another way to engage customers and increase sales. In February, Amazon launched a new service where professional sellers are able to livestream, allowing them to present product, answer questions, and interact with customers.