Reply to Amazon support.
If you have brand registry go there and “report a violation.”
- The ASIN/ISBN of the item’s detail page and the product title
- The store or business name of the seller you are reporting
- Your order ID [include this if appropriate]
- A concise explanation of the violation
I couldn’t find a link to the bad actor either, but searched Alibaba and found a web site with the same name and posted this that I found on the internet.
Dear Lambow SportMonster:
It has come to our attention that your Company is using the Oldboy Longboards, LLC brand to sell products on the Amazon.com marketplace, in violation of multiple international and national criminal laws, as well as civil laws regarding trademark infringement and unfair competition.
Our company, Oldboy Longboards, LLC is the exclusive distributor and the owner of the brand. We have never granted permission to your company to sell our brand nor have we sold you inventory for resale.
This will serve as your legal notice to cease and desist all further actions described above, including any mention of our products/company on your listings on any marketplace, websites or marketing efforts.
You are hereby instructed to comply with this letter immediately or face legal sanctions under applicable International, Federal and/or State law.
We have also reported your copyright and Amazon Terms of Service violation to Amazon Seller Performance. We have fully documented with Amazon that we own the ASIN you have taken. Amazon will soon remove your selling privileges. We ask that you remove the ASIN B075QLMQW6 for our Oldboy Ceramic Bearings from your listing immediately. You have 24 hours to comply or we will take further legal and social media action.
GJ Gillespie CEO Oldboy Longboards
Also we received a black mail threat on Amazon email saying “We are third party provider and can remove unwanted sellers from your listing.” I did not reply, but sent the information to support and to our attorney.