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Amazon reps say Happy Thanksgiving oops we screwed up

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Today I get an E-mail from Amazon seller services that said they had a glitch and blocked by accident 6,800 of my 7,000 listings consisting of mostly music Cds.

They gave me a way to unblock them but so far the only way I can do so is to delete and reslist them one at a time. In one stroke Amazon just turned Thanksgiving Holiday into a nightmare.

This has me bumed to no end with CDs no longer selling in the volumes they used to I was going to give it up at some point looks like it may be sooner than I thought.

Any body else have this happen to them?

here is the e-mail I got

Hello,

Due to a technical glitch last week, some of your listings for certain brands may have been deactivated. This problem has since been resolved. We are sorry for any inconvenience this has caused.
You can reactivate “Inactive” listings at any time from the Manage Inventory tab in your Seller Central account. Click Show My Inventory and select Inactive. If you want to re-list the inactive products, click Unblock under the listing Actions to make them active again. Please note that it may take up to one hour for your listings to appear for sale on Amazon.com.

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Set your Manage Inventory “# Results per Page” (down at the bottom of the page) to 250.

While depressing the Shift key, click on the 1st result, then the 250th. All the boxes should be checked now.

In the “Action on 250 Selected” box, select the appropriate action.

Repeat these steps for each page. Shouldn’t take more than 20 or 30 minutes, I’d think, doing 250 items at a time.

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You may not have to relist. try increasing the price by 1 cent in bulk and then increasing the inventory (or decreasing) by 1.SAVE.
It may solve the issue. It may activate.Then put price and QT back to where it should be.

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