Brands selling on Amazon agree to Amazon’s terms of services which includes a manufacturer agreement. It’s not a big deal, except if the brand starts whole selling products to other companies, think places like Target or Walmart, then it becomes a big deal.
It can also greatly threaten the seller’s account. Peter Kearns with 180Commerce helps us figure out how sellers can deal with being in this position.
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