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On the internet, countless examples can be found of Amazon sellers, affiliates, authors, customers, delivery drivers, and all kinds of Amazon contractors who have not received their due payment from Amazon, and/or had their contracts cancelled without reason, up to the point that Amazon.com destroys their businesses. The question that always comes up is the following one: how to sue Amazon.com. I've been there, done that, here are my thoughts about it.

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In an arbitration trial, the verdict is called an "award" (no matter whether the claimant or the respondent wins). The award in our case against Amazon.com was announced on 23 May 2018. So did we win? Since the goal was to be reinstated into the affiliate program, that's a clear no. However, we didn't lose any money, and for Amazon.com, this issue was an expensive one.

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In the last article we examined the major reason for our Amazon account closures, and now we'll look at the details of a number of other reasons they gave. Both the details as well as the timing of these allegations show how desperate they were to find just anything against me, so that they would not have to pay their outstanding debts to me. We'll uncover the lies of Amazon.com here, one by one, to expose their unethical behavior.

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In this part, we're examining the Kindle ecosystem, and show you some options how you can move away from Kindle to alternative eBook vendors without losing your Kindle library. Moving away from Kindle can save you real money too. We did some spot checking and comparing of prices of some randomly selected books to prove this point.

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In this part we're looking at the major cause why Amazon.com has closed our affiliate accounts, which is the purchase of a massive amounts of text books through our affiliate links by an unknown third party. Amazon.com claims that this was done for commercial purposes or resale, which violates their terms and conditions. We'll also look at the reason why Amazon.com assumes the right to ban affiliates even if they have not violated the agreement.