Seattle Times: NH man among Amazon sellers complaining of tied-up payments, account shutdowns
For many small merchants, selling on Amazon.com is an easy way to boost their business in a tough economy — if only they can get paid. Jack Caruso, who owns a party and janitorial supplies store in Amherst, N.H., began selling on Amazon last year to reach new customers. But he complained to the AG's Office in May after Amazon notified him via email that it had begun a review of his account and suspended his daily disbursements.
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