“I sued Tate Publishing, and won, but Amazon is still selling their edition of my book!”

“I sued Tate Publishing, and won, but Amazon is still selling their edition of my book!”

Q –

I sued my publisher (Tate Publishing) for 5 counts of breach of contract, including stealing all the royalties, and won. I just learned from a friend that she ordered my book on Amazon and got it. I’m not sure who sold it, but when I contacted Amazon, they said they couldn’t stop sales of my book because the breach was between Tate and me, yet they profit from the sale. Is this correct?


A –

The fastest way to get Amazon to remove a book page is to file a copyright infringement complaint with them. You can do that RIGHT HERE.

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