Amazon Pakistan suspended Over 13,000 Pakistani seller accounts

There is a growing popularity among the general public for Amazon Pakistan. This opportunity has helped thousands of people grow their businesses and generate a handsome income. The country has grown to become the second largest in the world 

Pakistan is the second largest Amazon seller country. In order to promote the cottage industry, Pakistan’s government took this initiative.

In spite of its status as the second largest seller in the world, some people have created a negative image of the country. Pakistani people have been found to be involved in fraudulent activities on Amazon.

Over 13,000 seller accounts in Mian Chunnu and Sahiwal, Pakistan, were banned by Amazon because of fraud by the people.

Many people in Pakistan used several tricks to make extra money. There is a high number of defaulters in the areas of Mian Chanuu and Sahiwal, according to Amazon. 

According to Amazon, these scammers are now operating from Dubai accounts or other locations with the IP addresses of Mian Chanuu. Scammers use these tricks;

Fake Tracking (Pigeon trick) on amazon Pakistan

The Kabootar trick is one of the most common fraud techniques used by Amazon Pakistan sellers. It is a term for fake tracking. Within 14 days, Amazon credits the seller’s account with the amount.

 Pakistanis are tricking customers by claiming delivery will take 15-20 days. Until the 14th day after a customer makes a purchase, Amazon pays the seller the amount.

As soon as Amazon transfers money to their accounts, they do not deliver the product to the customers. As a result, the sellers make money while the buyers lose money. This mischievous trick has reportedly earned Amazon Pakistan sellers thousands of dollars.


On the dark web, you can buy fake cards with all the details for around $100. In this way, scammers are less likely to be caught and customers are not able to report them because they are receiving what they ordered.


Amazon Pakistan sellers also use filing as a smartly mischievous trick. Amazon sellers accept orders from customers through their Amazon accounts. Other vendors, such as Walmart, Sam’s Club, and others, deliver the products instead of Amazon.

The seller receives the order on Amazon, buys from other vendors by setting up secondary accounts, and delivers it to the buyer. What’s the source of the fraud? Pakistani sellers are using Sam’s Club staff to request refunds for goods they delivered. Buyers demand refunds from secondary vendors after sellers show that they didn’t receive the product.

Sellers receive the actual payment from the customers and a refund from the vendors using the filing technique.

Also See: Toyota stop production in Pakistan and offered refunds

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