Sunday, July 25

Third-party sellers

Amazon, CPSC, Retail, Safety, Tech Insider, Third-party sellers

Amazon sold more than 420,000 dangerous hairdryers, carbon monoxide detectors, and children’s pajamas, a US safety agency said

The Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC) filed a lawsuit against Amazon. The CPSC says Amazon failed to take enough action to get dangerous products off its platform. Amazon said it took all appropriate steps to remove dangerous items identified by the CPSC. See more stories on Insider's business page. The US consumer products safety agency has accused Amazon of failing to protect its customers from more than 400,000 dangerous products that were posted for sale on its platform.A lawsuit from the Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC) found children's sleepwear that was too flammable, hairdryers that weren't properly insulat...