I have a business opened with another person outside of amazon. I was going to send my funds to the business bank account instead of my personal account due to the amount. I was unaware that my business partner created a personal amazon himself using our business bank account. We were both linked and his account was suspended so in result so was mine. I have emailed them 4 times already explaining the situation and showing documented proof that we both work for this company and we both had access to this bank account to prove I had no clue he had a amazon account. This hasn’t yielded any result except the same denial letter. Any ideas how to resolve this issue? The denial letter stats:
We reviewed your account, and we have decided that you may not sell on Amazon.com.
We found that your account is related to another account that may not be used to sell on the site. Due to the nature of our business, we do not provide details on our investigation methods.
Please ship any open orders. If you have any funds in your account, they will be available after any amounts paid for A-to-z claims or chargebacks on your orders have been deducted. This usually takes about 90 days, but funds may be held longer.
You can see your balance and settlement information in the Payments section of Seller Central. If you have questions about those, please send an email to email@example.com.
Am I reading this correctly?
Two business partners coincidentally, independently decide to run Amazon selling accounts on the side, and rather than use their own business or personal bank account for it, they each have their funds from their separate Amazon businesses deposited into the common account for the unrelated business?
That probably sounded as plausible to Amazon as it does to me. Why would anyone, let alone both of you, just happen to have that same baffling idea?
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