Amazon Suspends Accounts for Price Gouging

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More than 3,900 accounts have been suspended by Amazon for price gouging during the coronavirus pandemic

Coronavirus, Covid-19

3/27/2020

Amazon has suspended almost 4,000 accounts for price gouging during the coronavirus pandemic, and the company also pulled more than half a million offers of products.

More than 3,900 accounts have been suspended by Amazon for price gouging during the coronavirus pandemic

March 25, 2020 -- More than 3,900 accounts have been suspended by Amazon for price gouging during the coronavirus pandemic, and the company also pulled more than half a million offers of products. "Amazon strictly prohibits sellers from exploiting an emergency by charging excessively high prices on products and shipping," the company said in a blog post Monday, CBS News reported. "We have deployed a dedicated team that's working continuously to identify and investigate unfairly priced products that are now in high demand, such as protective masks and hand sanitizer," according to Amazon. The company also said it is"proactively sharing information with state attorneys general and federal regulators about sellers we suspect have engaged in egregious price gouging of products related to the COVID-19 crisis," CBS News Read more: WebMD

Great news!! Excellent.....hand sanitizer for $400? Good

State AGs call on Amazon, Facebook and others to crack down on coronavirus price gouging Amazon previously said it removed more than half a million 'high-priced offers' from its marketplace for violating price-gouging policies. Amazon is already doing that And Amazon and facebook reply... Eff off!

'Stop Price Gouging,' 34 Attorneys General Tell Amazon, Walmart, OthersIn letters to Amazon , Walmart, eBay, Facebook and Craigslist, 34 attorneys general said the companies have 'failed to remove unconscionably priced critical supplies' — and that they have 'an ethical obligation' to do so. amazon is NOTORIOUS! This is a shame and should be punishable but if exploitation can't continue, america will never be the same 🇺🇸😱🇺🇸😱

'Stop Price Gouging,' 33 Attorneys General Tell Amazon, Walmart, OthersThe top state law enforcement officials also told Craigslist, eBay and Facebook that they have 'an ethical obligation' to root out spiking prices on hand sanitizers and other high-demand products. Their greed is unbelievable. Correction: A previous version of this story and tweet incorrectly stated 34 attorneys general were involved. In fact, only 33 were. Word, theses people do anything for money

Do more to stop coronavirus price gouging, U.S. states tell Amazon, Walmart, FacebookA group of 32 U.S. states have a message for the nation's leading online pl... dinabella2 FACEBOOK yuck There’s always opportunist online. They’ll find another way, they may become door salesman knocking on doors . Desperate ppl will open the door and infection may run riots.

Amazon warehouses are getting hit with coronavirus casesThe novel coronavirus pandemic continues to spread worldwide, sending countries into lockdown with millions under movement restrictions. Follow here for live updates Amazon is shit I’m sure testing has come to halt we will never know the real numbers. But I am getting for November 2022 so we can get a new governor here in Arizona. donewithducey Make it easier for everyone to watch on devices. End log in

6 Amazon workers test positive for coronavirus, report saysAs much of the nation has depended upon Amazon for vital access to products, six workers at six different facilities across the country were infected with the coronavirus, according to a report. Jeffrey Epstein didn't die of coronavirus Amazon COVIDー19



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