Before the Amazon POE insurance thunderstorm incident was a sensation, unrelated people may have seen it, but the sellers who were recruited also formed a group to defend their rights and find a solution. After that, the seller received a new policy issued by POE and thought it was all right after the verification, but then POE asked for an additional fee of $50. Some sellers pay this fee in order to save trouble and peace of mind, and some sellers choose not to pay.
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Recently, Amazon's global store released news that Amazon rejected the commercial liability insurance certificate from POE, and some sellers said that this also means that POE mailboxes can no longer send emails. Does this news mean that the incident has come to an end? However, whether the new policy issued by POE is valid or not is still waiting for follow-up news, but a seller explained that the new policy issued by POE is from another insurance company.
However, there is a high probability of paying an additional fee of 50 US dollars. If the policy is invalid after that, the seller should choose a qualified and regular insurance company again.