1. Hi Paul Cole and Co. -Very helpful article, thank you. I wrote something similar a little while ago (re: what Amazon sellers are/are not suspended for) that may help shed additional light on the subject, for your readers:

  2. Brad

    I recently started an Amazon selling account. My wife has an account she uses for Amazon affiliate links. This is not a problem, is it?

  3. The point about not opening two accounts is so spot on.

  4. Bob Right

    Hello Sir

    I love everything you have wrote and they are all correct, I made some of the mistakes mentioned above and had to hire a AmazonSellerAdvocacy.org to get my account back, the appeal letter and business plan that was required is much harder to figure out than selling online.

    • Iulia Talanga

      Thanks for sharing that, Bob! We have an account rescue service ourselves, so best of luck with your appeal. Let us know if you need any advice from our experts.

  5. Emma Bryant

    I actually got suspended from Amazon for a fraudulent dispute from a buyer. Provided all evidence I could, but Amazon denied it and shut my account down permanently.

    I was trying to get back on and came across an article about stealth on the Auction Essistance blog. But after reading it, I am not sure if it is safe?

    Would stealth be a good idea to do if I want to start selling on Amazon again?

    • Irina Iancu

      Hello, Emma!
      I’m really sorry to hear about the suspension!
      We don’t really recommend the stealth mode as a solution to a suspension, as it is closely connected with the related accounts issues, which is the toughest to fight. We do have an account rescue service, so you can shoot us an email at: services@sellerengine.com and we’ll see what can be done about your suspension.

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