Dec 12, 2017
Lesley Hensell Demond works with Riverbend Consulting, a consulting firm specializing in copyright infringement, intellectual property rights, and counterfeit claims. Lesley started selling books on Amazon in 2010 and continued for several years. She slowly moved to online arbitrage, and now she just sells wholesale deals that she finds. She spends most of her time helping clients who are third-party sellers or Amazon vendors. She began working on accounts for clients two years ago, and her business only grew from there.
On this week’s episode, Lesley explains why some third-party sellers are at an inherent risk for suspension for certain items, the restricted categories and their nonsensical nature, and why Amazon seller performance can be difficult to work with. She also explains how you can suspension-proof your Amazon business and shares tips on how to reduce your risk of having your account suspended.
“If you’re a brand owner or a bundle seller, you need to go to brand registry because that helps to protect your listings.” - Lesley Hensell Demond
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