Amazon is being investigated for knowingly selling defective electronic products

What happens when a company continues to sell products that it knows harm consumers? Companies can and should be held accountable for knowingly selling products that harm consumers.

The Consumer Product Safety Commission is investigating at least eight of Amazon Basics products that were reported by consumer to have melted, exploded, or burst into flames. Despite this reporting, these products were still being sold on Amazon’s website. Also, despite dangers of these products, Amazon provided no warning to consumers.

Some of these products were reported by consumers to have caught on fire. These Amazon Basics products include, surge protectors, phone charging cords, a patio heater, battery charger and a voice-activated microwave.

If you purchased one of the Amazon Basics defective products, please contact us to discuss your legal options.