Goodyear: Our manufacturer produces for the most trusted brands in the USA.
Wouldn’t that most trusted brand in the USA by any chance be the guy from the late night TV commercials with that 70’s mustache who sells My Pillow? At least that’s what Mike wants to tell us as he claims to sell only the HIGHEST QUALITY PRODUCT. Sorry but when I hear his over exaggerated infomercial, the first thing that comes to mind for me is a vision of a toxic, chemical filled pillow made for a few pennies by the little children over in China. One thing that I’ve figured out after years of getting ripped off from buying things online are that the sellers who over exaggerate descriptions in the titles of their listing are usually the sellers from China, and the more they exaggerate their product description, the more likely I’m going to get ripped off. So no, if I was looking for Oeko-Tex certified fabrics, I wouldn’t waste my time buying your product just because it sounds to much like it’s a generic, knock off piece of junk from China. So I have to agree with the other comments on here that it’s best to keep your bullet points simple, yet describing your product in detail. Too little of a description isn’t good either, but no one cares if you claim your product is the best, highest quality item on the market. You’re product reviews will already tell potential buyer exactly how previous buyers feel about your products.
Could it be that your under Amazons radar because you raised a red flag by using the Good Year trademark name as your seller ID? When I see Good Year, I think of tires. When I search for tires, I expect to see Good Year, Not a HIGHEST QUALITY PRODUCT using super soft Oeko-Tex certified fabrics.