Without the paperwork. Amazon is finally cleaning house. No doubt they were named in the house fire lawsuits.
(I do not list them, thankfully)
"Hello from Amazon.
We are contacting you because you list “hoverboards” (battery powered, self-balancing scooters) on Amazon.com. Amazon approval is now required to sell these products.
What do I need to do?
Your hoverboard listings have been removed. If you would like to resume selling hoverboards on Amazon.com, please do the following:
- Provide documentation demonstrating that all hoverboards you list are compliant with applicable safety standards, including UN 38.3 (battery), UL 1642 (battery), and UL 60950-1 (charger).
- Provide written confirmation that you will indemnify and defend Amazon against any claims of patent infringement, and the contact information of the lawyer that will defend you against any related claims. It has come to our attention that these products are the subject of potential patent litigation by Razor USA LLC in connection with U.S. Patent No. 8,738,278. The terms of your seller agreement require you to indemnify Amazon for any patent infringement claims involving your listings.
All information should be sent to email@example.com. Please include your seller name, your seller ID number, and a list of ASINs you would like to offer. The safety information you provide should clearly relate to the ASINs you would like to offer.
You will not be permitted to sell hoverboards on Amazon.com unless you provide this information.
Where can I get more information?
For more information about Razor’s patent claim, please contact Razor’s counsel:
Mr. John Cochrane
Razor USA LLC
General Counsel, Razor USA LLC"