Amazon adopts new policy for injuries caused by products of third-party sellers

Consumer Affairs reports: "Starting September 1, Amazon will pay customers who suffer injury or damages caused by products sold by its third-party sellers. It will not admit liability and will limit claims to $1,000. The policy is intended to head off lawsuits that consumers have filed over the years that seek to hold the multi-billion dollar company responsible for damages or injuries caused by small businesses that use its platform."

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