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Need of Regulator and important Emails
E commerce is becoming hard on Sellers these days, recently Amazon increased its Market commission in Mobile

accessories from 8% to 17% in one go. Now, since there is no regulator and rarely complaints of E commerce Sellers

reach to various people in positions of government. Below are various emails and contacts to whom if we write may

help us in long term.

MD Amazon India
CEO Amazon
Government Agencies
Prime Minister’s Office
Competition Commission of India

Ministry of Commerce and Industry
Chief Minister (Delhi)
Ministry of Consumer Affairs
National Consumer Helpline
The Hindu

The Business Line

The Indian Express

The Economic Times
Important Articles
Complaints against ecommerce firms:

Unfair trade practices:   http://articles.economictimes.indiatimes...e-practice

Seller’s Experiences online:

I write this as e commerce is here forever, and for it to be just to Sellers and consumers there is need of some authority which may over see it.

Similar Event recently happened in delhi when Taxi Companies were charges substantially more than the regular fair, Delhi government on people request stepped in and now the tariffs are fair. Similar can happen in eCommerce
 one authorities know about the unfair trade practices towards sellers.

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I think we should draft email and all sellers should be asked to email that to concerned govt. officials demanding a regulatory body.
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