Some Amazon.com sellers are hopping mad after an 11-day stretch of planned maintenance to the site's storefronts has snarled their ability to update their listings and removed some of the listings entirely.
Amazon posted a note Friday that the maintenance was continuing and did not say when it would be complete.
"We're very sorry that this has reduced functionality," spokeswoman Carrie Peters said, adding, "We don't have a timeline on (fixing) this."
Sellers say items usually listed in both zShops and Marketplace are no longer showing up in zShops, meaning buyers searching the storefronts area or browsing in individual zShops aren't necessarily seeing the full inventory of products.
News source: Cnet