What To Do If Amazon Says You Haven't Provided Enough Information

Vova Even Feb 06, 2024
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Table of Contents
  1. Master Amazon Policy: Expert Insights
    1. What You'll Learn in This Article
    2. How Should You Respond When Amazon Claims Your Information is Insufficient?
    3. Conclusion

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Master Amazon Policy: Expert Insights


Hey there, Amazon enthusiasts!


Today, we've got an exciting topic to dive into. 


Ever wondered what to do when Amazon tells you that you haven't provided enough information? 


Well, you're in for a treat because our guest is David Miller, a certified lawyer well-versed in Amazon policy intricacies.


In this article, we'll be discussing the crucial topic of why you should review Amazon's Restricted Products Policy. 


And here's the kicker – this article is based on my recent video conversation with David. 


We're going to cover a lot of ground in a conversational and easy-to-understand manner, just like we did in the video.


So, whether you're a reading enthusiast or prefer video content, you're in the right place. 



Hang tight, and let's delve into my insightful conversation with David, the go-to expert for all things Amazon policy. 


Enjoy! 🚀📦


And hey, if you're hungry for more insights, be sure to check out the playlist of videos with David through the button I'll share soon! 😉📺✨


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What You'll Learn in This Article


Vova: Hey there! 


So, what do you do if Amazon says that you haven't provided enough information? 


For example, you've submitted a case when you're registering for an Amazon account or any other case, and then you get an email back where Amazon says you haven't provided enough information. 


What do you do in this case?


How Should You Respond When Amazon Claims Your Information is Insufficient?


David: Hi, Vova! Great question. 


This is a common issue, and I'm here to help you out. 


The key here is to keep it concise and to the point. 


When you receive that email from Amazon, the first thing you should do is look for any unnecessary fluff. 


Are you adding things to your appeal that aren't really related to the specific issue? 


Avoid talking about your overall account history or how long you've been a fantastic seller. 


Keep it laser-focused on what Amazon is specifically asking you for. 


For instance, if it's related to a single ASIN, only discuss that particular ASIN. 


Let's stay on topic and address the issue at hand.


It's crucial to emphasize the right aspects of the issue. 


So, if it's about a specific ASIN and Amazon flagged it as a restricted product, say, for example, a dietary supplement, focus on explaining why you don't believe it was a dietary supplement or how you resolved that particular issue. 


Don't bring other unrelated problems into the mix. 


Stay on track and emphasize the correct problem at hand.


Also, take accountability for your actions. 


Blaming others or making excuses won't work. 


Amazon prefers to see that you're owning up to your mistakes. 


Identify the issue, describe how you fixed it, and outline your plans for improvement in the future.


Lastly, be confident in identifying the root cause of the problem. 


Amazon wants to see that you've pinpointed what caused the issue. 


Remember, they won't spell it out for you. 


If they're saying there's insufficient information, it's often tied to the root cause not being properly addressed. 


So, confidently state what went wrong and how you plan to prevent it from happening again. 


This approach will greatly improve your chances of a successful resolution.


David: So, if, for example, going back to our dietary supplement example, you're not pinpointing exactly why it was flagged, such as having the wrong claim, Amazon is likely to simply deny your appeal. 


This highlights the incredible importance of addressing the root cause. 


If the root cause isn't identified correctly, your corrective actions and preventative measures won't align, and your appeal won't be successful.


These are my top tips for tackling that pesky "insufficient information" response from Amazon.


Vova: Yeah, man! 


And if people are still having problems with these back-and-forth emails or need help with various Amazon-related issues, like reinstatement or navigating these complex cases with Amazon, I've got you covered. 


You can reach out to David through his email, website, and socials; all the links are listed below.


  1. Phone: 516-313-1572

  2. Email: David@DamLawFirm.com

  3. Personal Website: Attorney for Amazon Sellers

  4. YouTube: David Miller - YouTube

  5. Instagram: David Miller - Instagram

  6. TikTok: David Miller - TikTok

  7. Facebook: David Miller - Facebook

  8. LinkedIn: David Miller - LinkedIn


Plus, here's the playlist I promised. It contains of over 25 videos we've created with David, all focused on solving problems on Amazon. If you're facing difficulties, be sure to check it out.



David, thanks a ton for your valuable insights and guidance!


This friendly exchange captures the essence of the conversation and keeps things upbeat and engaging.


David: You're always welcome, Vova. 🙂


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Conclusion


So, that's a wrap up, folks! 


We've covered some fantastic insights from David Miller, the expert in all things Amazon. 


Remember, when dealing with Amazon's "insufficient information" response, keep it concise, stay on point, and address the root cause with confidence. 


Take ownership of the issue and outline your plan for improvement.


And if you're still in a pickle or need help with your Amazon journey, don't hesitate to reach out to David. 


Stay upbeat, keep hustling, and thanks for tuning in. 


We're here to make your Amazon selling experience as smooth as possible. 


See you next time, and happy selling! 🚀🛍️


Best,

Vova :)

Table of Contents
  1. Master Amazon Policy: Expert Insights
    1. What You'll Learn in This Article
    2. How Should You Respond When Amazon Claims Your Information is Insufficient?
    3. Conclusion

Disclosure:  Hi! It's Vova :) Some of the links in this article may be affiliate links. I get a commission if you purchase after clicking on the link, this does not cost you more money, and many times I can even get a nice discount for you. This helps me keep the content free forever. For you. Thank you! :)