Some time ago, Amazon notified: Amazon does not accept insurance certificates from POE Insurance. As a result, everyone began to look for POE to find a solution. In order to fool everyone, POE began to carry out a "rescue plan" – re-issue the insurance certificate.
However, is the certificate of insurance reissued by POE valid? Amazon has given its latest response, and the notice reads as follows: Recently, we noticed that POE Insurance is re-issuing insurance certificates to sellers, and may also be charging additional fees to sellers at the same time. Special note to US sellers: As we have always stated, Amazon does not accept certificates of insurance from POE Insurance. Because we found POE Insurance as a non-existent policy, a certificate of insurance was issued to the seller. For this reason, we strongly recommend that you choose a regular insurance provider that meets Amazon's requirements to avoid unnecessary risks.
How to identify genuine and fake insurance policies and avoid being deceived?
You can verify the authenticity of your insurance policy by:
1. Contact the insurance company directly by phone to confirm whether your policy is valid and request an insurance certificate;
2. Log in to the official website of the insurance company and enter the policy serial number to confirm whether the policy is valid.
What if you have purchased insurance from POE?
Don't panic if you have purchased POE insurance, Amazon will not immediately remove your product from the shelves, and will give everyone time to reprocess it. Please do not pay any extra to POE to avoid bigger losses. According to Amazon's policy requirements, you still need to re-purchase and renew legally effective commercial liability insurance within 45 days from the date of receipt of the email notification.
Therefore, even if POE issues a new insurance certificate to the seller several times, Amazon still does not recognize it, and may charge you additional fees. Everyone must be careful to screen and not be deceived by POE again.