The Amazon Company was Accused of Selling Goods that are Dangerous to Health and Life
The dangerous products were sold by third-party companies through the Fulfilled by Amazon program, the products were stored in the warehouses of the company, which was responsible for the delivery of goods and charged a significant commission for its services.
Although the document did not mention precise personal injury cases, it did explicitly mention support for certain "lawsuits related to incidents of harm involving multiple consumer products identified in the complaint". It is also known that CPSC employees have tested products and found that they do not meet safety requirements and pose a risk of injury to customers, including fatal ones.
According to the agency, the products include 24,000 non-working carbon monoxide sensors, flammable baby underwear and about 400,000 hair dryers without short-circuit and shock protection systems. The CPSC believes Amazon should recall products, remove existing products from sale, notify those who have already purchased the product directly of the recall, and offer a full refund.