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My first shipment arrived in US - to be greeted by a Cease and Desist email from a seller - had listed under an ASIN supplied by Amazon - but apparently had listed under a Copyrighted item - how does one know - back to the drawing-board - Inventory strand

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My first shipment arrived in US – to be greeted by a Cease and Desist email from a seller – had listed under an ASIN supplied by Amazon – but apparently had listed under a Copyrighted item – how does one know – back to the drawing-board – Inventory stranded in US – mebbe should stick to my UK base!

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I have been doing patent and trademark searches. It is so surprising how many of this stuff from China is already patented. I wonder how much is actually legal to sell.

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Amazon Standard Identification Numbers (ASINs) are unique blocks of 10 letters and/or numbers that identify items. You can find the ASIN on the item’s product information page at Amazon.com. For books, the ASIN is the same as the ISBN number, but for all other products a new ASIN is created when the item is uploaded to our catalogue. You will find an item’s ASIN on the product detail page alongside further details relating to the item, which may include information such as size, number of pages (if it’s a book) or number of discs (if it’s a CD).

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ASINs can be used to search for items in our catalogue. If you know the ASIN or ISBN of the item you are looking for, simply type it into the search box (which can be found near the top of most pages), hit the “Go” button and, if the item is listed in our catalogue, it will appear in your search results.

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I would check with Amazon! A lot of sellers send those bogus “cease and desist” emails trying to scare off competition. If amazon say it’s okay to sell, you’re good to go!!

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