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Retailer suing Apple, Amazon, for deleted Amazon listings

An independent retailer that sells Apple products on Amazon is suing both companies, CNET reports. The company, Hard 2 Find Accessories, has accused Amazon of pulling product listings due to Apple’s demands and suspending the Hard 2 Find account. According to the lawsuit, Apple requested that Amazon pull the listings because it thought the products were counterfeit — Hard 2 Find denied those allegations, while claiming that Apple and Amazon conspired to prevent the retailer from selling Apple products at an “aggressive price point.” Hard 2 Find claims it’s losing more than $180,000 a month due to Amazon’s conduct.

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