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I despise China sellers. Constantly hijacking product pages and running prices into the ground. Selling knock off junk while Amazon doesn't bat and eye as the negative reviews pile up thus rendering a decent asin worthless.

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I despise China sellers. Constantly hijacking product pages and running prices into the ground. Selling knock off junk while Amazon doesn’t bat and eye as the negative reviews pile up thus rendering a decent asin worthless. Besides a little venting, just wondering what kind (if any) strategies others use to combat this. I put we ship fast and free from the USA in the condition note section. I can’t compete with slave wages or epacket delivery prices. Suggestions anyone?

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Even if you sell American products, the Chinese still come in and take over the listing.

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This would be an excellent podcast for you to listen to: http://theamazingseller.com/tas-147-important-steps-to…/

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That’s why haven’t done China. Looking for good American made products now. Think people in US will lean more towards American made in future hopefully. My personal thoughts on China products and socio-political situation there make me even less interested in selling their products. Bad enough I’m still trying to get the stench off of me from working for some of the biggest banks here a while back.

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I wondered about the future of fba. Sourcing made me notice that a lot of listings are aliexpress copies, if they can send to AZ themselves, why sell wholesale ? I hope it Will at least be a good opportunity for a while. Judging from the other post today coming up with your own idea wont last long either since they Just copy it.

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