Amazon has made this a deal-breaker for many sellers. They have approached sellers telling them they have the best selling solution since the invention of sliced bread.
So sellers have sent their inventory for storage. Not to mention that Amazon also competes with sellers by selling the same product which creates slower sales for FBA sellers.
So inventory sits and sits and sits ... waiting for a sale which will never come because Amazon sells the same product themselves so low in price. In the meantime, while the product sits, they are charging rent for the product sitting, which doesn't sell because Amazon is competing with selling the same products.
This is a classic case of "conflict of interest" and I wish something could be done to make things more fair.
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