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Protecting Your Brand on Amazon: What Happens When Black Hats Attack? - Episode 210

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Today we are talking with Chris McCabe about what is new and trending in black hat tactics and different ways that inventive sellers use to take each other down. Because there is a lot of money to be made in ecommerce, it attracts the best and worst operators. There are many types of nefarious tactics that are used and this is something that affects all levels of sellers and brands. 

Make sure you tune in to find out more!

Chris worked for Amazon evaluating seller account performance and enforcing Amazon’s policies. Now he runs ecommerceChris.com where he teaches sellers how to think like Amazon, protect their accounts and appeal listing restrictions and suspensions. He provides expert advice that helps to inform and clarify important decisions around Amazon investments by the sellers and any interested parties.

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