Buying on Amazon? Your money isn’t all going to the sellers

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“When you make a purchase on Amazon, a third of that is going to Amazon, and only two-thirds is actually ever reaching the seller of the goods, much less the creator far past that,” explains law professor Kathryn Judge. Photo by Shutterstock.

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