Mon, 1 June 2015
AskJordan.net Podcast Episode 90 (http://AskJordan.net): What to do with 'Cease and Desist' letters from a manufacturer?
**Please note that this is general advice only based on my own experience. I do not have legal expertise and I am not a lawyer. If you are in doubt of any situation regarding a cease and desist, I highly recommend you contact a lawyer (I use: http://bit.ly/businesslq )**
Some sellers get a 'cease and desist' letter from a manufacturer/distributor telling them they have to remove their product from Amazon. Is this legit? A scare tactic? Jordan explains.
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