Amazon blocks sellers from using FedEx for Prime shipments

Amazon blocks sellers from using FedEx for Prime shipments

Amazon is temporarily blocking third-party sellers from using FedEx’s ground delivery network to handle Prime shipments. A FedEx representative said this ’limits the options for those small businesses on some of the highest-demand shipping days in history’. Amazon said sellers can still use FedEx’s pricier and faster Express services.

Timothy
Timothy
Josh Ya
Josh Ya 2 months

Well we stopped using Amazon because their drivers are never on time and lie on their tracking. We had one woman have her child about 6 years old bring a package to our door. Another smokes on our porch. We complain and they never do anything, so we fired Amazon. walmart.com is actually pretty good.

NO WAR WITH IRAN
NO WAR WITH IRAN 2 months

I don't see how anyone could punish Amazon for this besides breaking them up. Fedex is paid by Amazon to deliver their packages. If Amazon doesn't want them to anymore, they're basically just firing Fedex. Doesn't seem wrong legally to me. Of course I'm no lawyer.

Herbie Goes Bananas
Herbie Goes Bananas 2 months

They still use FedEx, but they are advising sellers to use the more expensive FedEx Express (as opposed to Ground) or remove the Prime label. They're concerned about Ground service delivery times for their Prime™ products, esp. for the holiday season.

npc8472
npc8472 2 months

Wouldnt this be something the FTC should look into?

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