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Hi, it says, "Under the terms of the Operating Agreement, we may terminate your account at any time, with or without cause. This decision is final and not subject to appeal."

https://www.heidoc.net/joomla/amazon-global/44-heidoc-net-vs-amazon-com-part-3-closure-of-the-affiliate-accounts

Doesn't this mean that they can do what they want under the terms of service?

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Correct. They are allowed to do anything. The affiliate is allowed to do nothing. That's called "substantively unconscionable" in legal lang, and unfair in normal language.

In the EU, they have a similar clause in the terms, but in fact it's no longer valid. EU affiliates may be terminated only when they violate the terms.

I'm a lot more annoyed by their accusations of fraud and conspiracy, while they in turn submitted various false statements to the tribunal.

 

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