You may no longer sell on Amazon.co.uk because of rights owner complaints about items that infringe their intellectual property rights. Here are some examples of your listings that may be inauthentic:
Funds will not be transferred to you but will stay in your account while we work with you to address this issue. If you have any open orders, please ship them.
You can see your balance and settlement information in the Payments section of Seller Central. If you have questions about those, please write to [email protected]
Please email [email protected] with the following supporting documents:
-- Copies of invoices, receipts, contracts or delivery orders from your supplier issued in the last 90 days. The quantity of items shown should match your inventory.
-- If you are not the brand owner, provide a complete set of documentation to prove a valid supply chain.
-- If you are the brand owner, provide a copy of the brand registration certificate, and business license or personal identity card.
-- Any additional details you would like us to know.
You can send .pdf, .jpg, .png, or .gif files. These documents must be authentic and unaltered. You may remove pricing information, but the rest of the document must be visible. We will maintain the confidentiality of your supplier contact information.
If you do not send the required documents within 17 days, we may not allow you to sell on Amazon.co.uk.
To learn more about our policies, search for "Amazon Anti-Counterfeiting Policy" or “Intellectual Property Violations” in Seller Central Help.
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We look forward to hearing from you.
Seller Performance Team