In order to further protect our customers’ personal information, this page does not display the buyer’s name.
This recently appeared on my order pages.
Another bad idea implemented that will hurt 3rd party sellers.
Why does amazon do these things without consulting sellers before hand?
Heres why it is a bad idea.
It will prevent sellers from seeing buyers who not real customers but who are copyright bullies that buy sellers products only to discredit the seller and make false claims.
I have been the victim of many many fraudulent buyers that work for manufacturers or are the manufacturer itself trying to get sellers products delisted.
Only by noting who the buyer is was I able to defend my account of their fraudulent practices.
This new policy is completely unnecessary, whats the point??? you can still see the shipping address.
Sellers should be able to see who the buyer is. Is it a manufacturer, a competitor, a real customer, a repeat amazon policy abuser, we need to know this information to protect our accounts.
Why is amazon striving to drive all 3rd party sellers off the site?