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Default Amazon deleting accounts, impossible to withdraw to cc

It's gonna be a bit messy because I didn't sleep for 2 days
I was worried about it 2 years ago before I started selling on Amazon and now it happened.
Everything was smooth, been adding credit cards and receiving payments on time, then suddenly somewhere in the middle of April 2 accounts under review with thousands locked, one account is deleted and another 2 still running but payments are not going through because credit card suddenly doesn't work.
Last time I received a payment was around 2-3 weeks ago so it's something new.
I'm with the 3 biggest banks in AU and never had issues but now I suspect they somehow read the name on my credit cards because only the name is the same and all different addresses so if payments doesn't go through it means they have to be lying or they know the name doesn't match.
It's 3 banks and all different cards. I really hope I was linked somehow and it's not the CC because if all my banks give them my details I'm gonna lose a significant amount of money.
Next payment on the healthy accounts will be sent on 25th of May so up until then I can't know for sure if it's the CC, the review or I was linked.

Anyone else having the same issues?
Is there any chance to get my money on the deleted account?
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Pretty much all of our worst fear. Really hope it sorts itself out mate
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Card wouldn't be the reason most of the time unless you used a card that was previously used on Amazon

Most common links are selling the same items, or using the same computer for multiple accounts incorrectly.

Hope for the best!
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If everything is brand new, how can Amazon link you by selling the same products?

Surely you're just another new kid on the block selling that item?

I'm interested because I still have a lot of stock from my suspended account...

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Card wouldn't be the reason most of the time unless you used a card that was previously used on Amazon

Most common links are selling the same items, or using the same computer for multiple accounts incorrectly.

Hope for the best!
If everything is brand new, how can Amazon link you by selling the same products?

Surely you're just another new kid on the block selling that item?

I'm interested because I still have a lot of stock from my suspended account...

Dave
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It depends if there are only a few sellers for that product

Chances they are being shipped from same postal code, or login access is similar to the other one is pretty slim
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Thanks elmo.
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If everything is brand new, how can Amazon link you by selling the same products?

Surely you're just another new kid on the block selling that item?

I'm interested because I still have a lot of stock from my suspended account...

Dave
Its more if your selling the exact same range of products. One item being the same amongst many items would generally be OK, selling lots of the same item as a suspended account can and does cause linking and limitations
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Thanks James.
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Default Re: Amazon deleting accounts, impossible to withdraw to cc

Ok, so it was not a card problem or linkage. It's the high return and theft rate in a new niche that I tried. It's a disaster. Learned from my mistake.
They introduced longer waiting times in May. Usually I would receive payments in 7-14 days, now it's 30-60 and the 90 days after suspension jumps randomly to around 120-180 because of their constant reviews that make no sense.
The worst part is the deleted account that had few thousands, I called 2 weeks ago and spoke to 5 reps, all I could get is an email of a department that doesn't answer at all.

Did anyone ever managed to get funds out after being deleted?
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Deleted Accounts are just that.....Deleted. Amazon tends to ignore you once they Delete your account and will not respond. It's very cold in the world of Amazon.
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