Starting this week, Amazon third-party sellers cannot use Fedex's ground delivery network for Prime shipments, "until the delivery performance of these ship methods improves,” according to an
email Amazon sent Sunday to merchants, notes The Wall Street Journal.
Third-party sellers, who "now account for more than half of the merchandise sold on Amazon’s website" -- had still
using Fedex, although the ecommerce giant had already stopped Fedex for its own U.S. deliveries,
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