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Amazon: Coronavirus closed Amazon and is Affecting your Amazon Communications – SellerSlice Helpdesk can help!

With the spread of Coronavirus on the rise in the state of Washington, tech giants like Facebook and Amazon are sending employees home for the remainder of the month. After a confirmed case of the infectious disease earlier this week, these companies along with others in the area are taking extra precautions to prevent further spread of the virus. Without employees at Amazon to manage customers and sellers, what do we need to expect, and how can we make sure our sales and brand integrity are protected?

SellerSlice “the marketplace agency” is leaning on it’s internal Amazon connections to maintain business as usual for its clients. They are offering their Helpdesk service to brands and sellers who are experiencing issues and lack of communication through this crazy time. If your brand is having trouble with communicating or overall maintenance with your Amazon account, SellerSlice Helpdesk can help you!

It seems all mayhem has broken loose as consumers flock to purchase every bit of toilet paper, cleaning products, face masks, and hand sanitizer. Shelves are empty, and many products are placed on backorder, not to mention that Amazon is also dealing with intensive price gouging happening through its third-party sellers, reports Wall Street Journal.

With all this turmoil surrounding Amazon, sending employees home seems like icing on the cake. Rest assured, our Amazon hero’s are still reachable, however, meetings and personal interaction will be put on hold, and you can expect response delays.

Fast spreading and sometimes fatal, the coronavirus is nothing to be taken lightly. CNN reports nearly 100 people are infected already in the United States, a majority of them in Washington. Taking precautions and letting employees work from home sounds like the best choice to prevent further spread amongst these large companies.

With all this turmoil surrounding Amazon, sending employees home seems like icing on the cake. Rest assured, our Amazon hero’s are still reachable, however, meetings and personal interaction will be put on hold, and you can expect response delays.

Fast spreading and sometimes fatal, the coronavirus is nothing to be taken lightly. CNN reports nearly 100 people are infected already in the United States, a majority of them in Washington. Taking precautions and letting employees work from home sounds like the best choice to prevent further spread amongst these large companies.

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