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In Wednesday’s opinion, Circuit Judge Jane Richards Roth, writing for a 2-1 majority of a three-judge panel, said Amazon may be liable in part because its business model “enables third-party vendors to conceal themselves from the customer, leaving customers injured by defective products with no direct recourse to the third-party vendor.”
consumers simply don't understandIf you give your money to Amazon, you are buying from Amazon. When the roof of your new house caves in, the contractor can’t tell you to take it up with the roofer; that’s not who you had your contract with.
I bet the terms of Amazon are armored about all of this , and that, by placing an order, consumers accept xxx, yyy, and not to zzz :)
In this case the original dealer of the product was not able to be contacted (false info)