What will be the factors in Amazon`s decision to compensate you or just some sort of screw seller from the value of their products? We don`t know exactly how this will evolve, but these are some of the issues facing Amazon sellers. I see from our point of view the writing of action plans for sellers, which we have to argue that they should compensate or, for whatever reason, compensate for them and assert the provisions of F-4 when they owe money to sellers. This is certainly something that needs to be found. I don`t see where it says what transactional information means. To me, it can mean just about anything from a sale to confidential information. So it`s a wide range of what that might mean. You will talk about the provisions in paragraph 14 to harm a seller after you have already taken your inventory, withheld your money, thrown you out of the platform and all sorts of things like this. That is the content of paragraph 14. Sending 30 days` notice is a good step forward for many sellers. Now they don`t have to worry about their accounts being frozen or their money not being transferred to their account. Sellers can no longer be arbitrarily suspended without notice for an unknown reason.

Amazon is making the right steps in the right direction. However, the 30-day notice does not apply to all. Amazon can (at any time) rely on the third important point and inform you that your products are harmful. In this case too, they can automatically render a block without 30 days` notice. (Here is a French translation of the above sentence: If the country of service is Canada, the contracting parties that this authorization and all applicable terms and conditions relating thereto are texts in English.) We can provide translations on this agreement and the current terms of service and program policies, but the English version is given priority…