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The way I interpret the BR policy is that if I order a private label product, simply slap on my own logo and register the UPC, then I'm protected from hijackers? But does this mean someone can still identify the source of my product, contact the original

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The way I interpret the BR policy is that if I order a private label product, simply slap on my own logo and register the UPC, then I’m protected from hijackers? But does this mean someone can still identify the source of my product, contact the original supplier and still sell the same product?

Furthermore, have people found suppliers amenable to signing the Brand Authorization form allowing us to “manage” their brand on Amazon?

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No. It has nothing to do with hijackers. It has everything to do with you having more control on the listing.

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yes in some situations someone can still identify the source of your product

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it might be happens that they would contact to the original supplier and still sell the same product

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