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Amazon Under Fire With How They Treat Outside Vendors?

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State agents from California and Washington are supposedly examining the strategic approaches of Amazon, especially how the organization treats outsider merchants in its online commercial center. 

California's examination recalls Amazon's practices for selling items for rivalry with the outsider dealers, The Wall Street Journal announced, implying to sources acquainted with the issue. The state is said to have asked Amazon whether it uses information from the sellers to decide the items that it sets available to be purchased, The New York Times announced, suggesting two individuals engaged with the test. 

The Washington state lawyer general's office is additionally investigating whether Amazon is making it harder for outsider sellers to list items on its foundation, as per The New York Times, indicating to correspondence that it had the option to see. 

Spokespersons from the lawyers general of California and Washington neither affirmed nor denied the examinations when asked by the Times. Computerized Trends contacted Amazon, yet a representative declined to remark on the issue.

Amazon's legal difficulties: 

In late April, Sen. Josh Hawley (R-Missouri) required the U.S. Branch of Equity to dispatch a criminal antitrust examination concerning Amazon for the organization's "ruthless and exclusionary information practices to assemble and keep up syndication." A couple of days after the fact, the House Legal executive Advisory group asked Amazon Chief Jeff Bezos to affirm before Congress over charges that the online retailer utilized outsider dealer information to promote its items. 

Prior this month, three distribution center workers documented a claim over the supposed insufficient reaction of Amazon to the COVID-19 pandemic.