Amazon is dedicated to ensuring that products on its marketplaces do not violate or infringe a Rights Owner’s intellectual property (IP) rights. Rights Owners can report infringing content they find on Amazon and share answers to frequently asked questions on how Amazon handles infringement complaints. A Rights Owner includes any person (such as a brand, a seller, a customer or any third party) who legitimately owns Intellectual property rights(IPR) for the product in question.
As an Amazon seller, it’s important to know that Amazon’s complaints related to intellectual property have increased recently. If a seller sees that you are selling them a similar product, they may believe that it is a fake product and file a complaint.
Manufacturers and big brand name companies are filing more complaints on other seller’s accounts. If they see that you are selling a brand name product at a lower price than they are, chances are they will file an intellectual property complaint against you.
Intellectual property (IP) can be divided into three categories: copyright, trademark, and patent.
Amazon.com is an excellent resource for businesses to sell their products worldwide. However, these businesses need to protect themselves from intellectual property infringement on their products and also need to be proactive so that they do not infringe the IP rights of any other party. It takes time and effort, but it is possible to keep your Amazon account active and maintain a successful business.
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