Amazon Arbitration: Do you want to sue Amazon? Amazon holding funds indefinitely?
If you have exhausted all avenues of appeal with Amazon and have escalated the matter up to top management and still do not have a good result, your remedy is an ARBITRATION. This is how to get Amazon to release funds.
Is Amazon holding seller funds indefinitely? Are you wondering how to get Amazon to release them? Do you want to sue Amazon? Amazon is a private company and you signed a seller agreement with them that contains an arbitration clause. This means that instead of suing Amazon, you have to take them to Amazon binding arbitration. This is quite less costly than a lawsuit and most cases are heard or resolved within six months. You have the right to a hearing before an independent arbitrator of the American Arbitration Association, who is usually an attorney or retired judge. You also have the right to an attorney to represent you at the arbitration, and it can be performed in the state or country in which you live or by telephone.
An Amazon sellers lawyer is recommended. Our Amazon lawyers have over 30 years of litigation experience, including countless trials and arbitrations. They know the Amazon arbitration process and can guide you through it. An arbitration is not cheap, but losses of an Amazon seller account due to suspension can amount to thousands or even hundreds of thousands of dollars, so in these cases, it is worth the expense.