Amazon bans are on again!Thousands of accounts were blocked
According to foreign media reports, Amazon has banned more than 13,000 Pakistani seller accounts recently because of their alleged unfair competition and various fraudulent practices. The blocked sellers are mainly from the two cities of MianChannu and Sahiwal in Pakistan's Punjab state, which Amazon has declared as "fraudulent red zones".
Amazon Fashion Launches "Virtual Try-On" Feature! Improve user shopping experience!
A few days ago, Amazon Fashion, the fashion retail division of Amazon.com, announced the launch of a "virtual try-on" function, which allows users to see the effect of wearing sunglasses on their faces from various angles when purchasing sunglasses, further enriching the user's buying experience. The "virtual try-on" feature is currently available on more than 1,500 products from brands including Tommy Hilfiger, Hawkers, Lacoste and Polaroid, allowing users to easily make a purchase decision when purchasing them.
German union organizes workers' strike! Amazon has made a compromise this time!
According to foreign media reports, Amazon warehouse workers in central Germany held a strike. The strike, called by the German Union Service Union (ver.di), will start on August 15 and end on August 16. In response to the strike, an Amazon spokesman compromised and said that workers’ wages will automatically increase after 12 and 24 months of service.
Extreme weather in the UK causes water shortages, drought may continue into next year
The UK's National Drought Team has officially declared drought in eight regions of southern, central and eastern England, including Devon and Cornwall, Kent, London and the East Midlands. The UK's Environment Agency has warned that drought in England could continue into next year, with more extreme heat expected in southern England this weekend.
eBay issues an important reminder to sellers: Australia Post prices will increase across the board!
eBay Australia recently issued an announcement reminding sellers that from September 5, 2022, Australia Post will increase the price of some products and services, including domestic parcels, international parcels, international letters, unaddressed mail, prepaid products and money orders.
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