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For years, Amazon has been accused of copying popular products merchants sell on its marketplace and exploiting its customers by driving them to Amazon’s merchandise at the expense of other sellers.
And for years, the company has denied any wrongdoing.
But thanks to a deep investigation into thousands of pages of internal Amazon documents by Reuters reporters, the world now knows the truth…
Just a few days ago, the globally respected news organization published the findings of its investigation.
And the evidence is damning…
The documents Reuters examined show a company that ran an elaborate scheme, systematically creating knockoffs and manipulating search results to boost its own product lines over those of third-party sellers on its platform.
The Reuters journalists revealed how Amazon’s private-brands team “secretly exploited internal data” from Amazon to “copy products sold by other companies and then offer them on its platform.”
But that’s not all the reporters uncovered…
The team also drove sales of Amazon’s private-brand products by “rigging” the search results so that the company’s products would appear in the first two or three results every time.
The forgery is bad enough. The company was caught admitting that it copied a popular brand of shirts “down to the neck circumference and sleeve length.”
But to then manipulate the system to make sure their products showed up above the actual product people were searching for… I’m at a loss for words. But Congress isn’t…
They’ve already taken Amazon and its founder, Jeff Bezos, to court for those anti-competitive practices.
And they’re talking about labeling the business a monopoly and breaking up the e-commerce giant.
But Amazon is a successful American business. And U.S. politicians don’t really want to be tough on those. It’s where their campaign contributions come from.
So despite the despicable nature of Amazon’s dealings, it will probably be able to work out a deal where the politicians get richer and Amazon gets to keep crushing small business.
But there is a way the little guy can stick it to Jeff Bezos and his Amazonian empire.
And it’ll hit them right where rich guys and massive companies hurt the most: in the checkbook.
You see, I’ve uncovered a little-known income stream that comes almost directly from Amazon’s massive revenues…
Those are the same revenues the company keeps beefing up by stealing products and sales from small businesses the world over, mind you.
But this income stream is paid for almost entirely with the money Amazon makes selling products (and charging people to sell products) on its website.
Before any products arrive at or depart from an Amazon warehouse, these payments must be made.
Before the workers packing those products into boxes slap a label on them, these payments must be made.
Before Jeff Bezos himself sees even a penny of profit, these payments must be made.
And I want you to get a piece of the action because this year, the total payout is hovering around $1.7 BILLION in all.
That’s a lot of money to get paid for doing next to nothing.
But it’s there for the taking, and you can get a cut of it with just a few clicks of your mouse (or a few taps of your finger on a touch screen).
It’s got absolutely nothing to do with buying Amazon’s stock or bonds, either. So don’t get the wrong idea. This “program” exists completely separate from Amazon.
But it’s funded almost entirely with money from the company’s coffers.
That’s why I’ve come to call it “Prime Profits,” because it’s like Amazon’s famous royalty program, but it pays you to participate instead of vice versa.
I’m so excited about the opportunity that I’ve already shared it with my investing community, The Wealth Advisory. But that’s not enough for me…
There’s a ton of money to go around, and we want to share our success.
So I’ve put together a presentation detailing the opportunity and explaining how you can start cashing in soon.
But there’s not much time between now and then, so I urge you to take action before it’s too late.
These payments are going to go out come hell or high water. The only question is: Will you be getting one?
I hope the answer is yes. But you’re the only one who can make that decision.