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  1. I have TracFone prepaid service. I have to pay every single time I use my phone. I can’t have all the telemarketers amazon has sold me out to calling, calling, calling me. IT COSTS ME MONEY. I had to change my phone number!
    KHAN: Yeah, that’s a great question. So I think there are a couple of ways you could do it, but I think one of the main issues with Amazon right now is that there is a huge conflict of interest baked into its business model, and this is because Amazon is a infrastructure service for all of these other companies. But it’s also competing directly with many of the companies that are using its platform. So you see this, you know, in sector after sector where you have all these independent producers that are reliant on Amazon’s platform to reach consumers, but oftentimes they find that Amazon has actually introduced a replica good oftentimes through, you know, spotting what’s doing well on its platform. And I think that is a really – a parasitic dynamic that we’re now seeing where you have these independent producers that are undertaking the initial risk of bringing a good to market, but it’s ultimately Amazon that’s able to reap off of that risk.
    this goal continues today, but Amazon’s customers are worldwide now and have grown to include millions of Con-sumers, Sellers, Content Creators, Developers, and Enterprises. Each of these groups has different needs, and we always work to meet those needs, by innovating new solutions to make things easier, faster, better, and more cost-effective.
    There is nothing about Tramunti that makes you think: lip-balm guy. He’s 33 years old and hefty, with a two-day scruff and a faded T-shirt wrapped around his torso. But he held the lip balm in his paw carefully, inspecting its lollipop-purple-swirl case like a savant.
    After finding the wooden sunglasses on Alibaba, we thought about the trend in general for wooden accessories. We’ve seen many wood accessories before on Kickstarter so we started our search there and pretty quickly came across wooden watches.
    Still, on a recent afternoon, Tramunti was hard at work, sifting through delisted items, checking and uploading each one using the Master Brain. “It’s tedious, it’s hard, it’s a real grind,” he said, checking boxes on his computer. “Other tech companies–I’m not saying they don’t work hard, but do you see the amount of shit we have to deal with? It’s not sexy. It’s like Blood Diamond! This is our Sierra Leone!” He cracked a wry smile, knowing, as always, that if he ever slips up, two million other sellers are out there, ready to do whatever they can to beat him to the buy box.

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