When doing a removal order, does Amazon actually destroy the items I want disposed of instead of being returned to me? I discontinued a product because it no longer represented the current version of my product; and I did not want customers buying the older, unimproved version of the product. Since there were over 1700 units, I did not want to pay the small fortune in having them returned to me; so I set them to be disposed of.
Now it looks as if Amazon sold them to a liquidator, who is selling the product I manufacture and distribute exclusively, using my copy, my images, etc.
When I wrote to Seller Central they something along the lines of “Oh no…Amazon destroys products from removal orders. To sell them would be fraudulent.”
I’m just not smelling what they are cooking…cuz it sure looks like they sold my dispose of items to a liquidator. Anybody have any thoughts on this?