Have you actually read through this entire thread?
Going round shops, scanning barcodes on products
Then both buying the same products, from the same bricks and mortar wholesaler
Then both selling them on the same listing
Then both selling them for the same price on the same listing, in direct competition with each other
Both possibly logging on to Amazon using the same IP address, from the same physical address (not fully confirmed but sounded likely)
And you think this all looks perfectly normal? Really?
Doing wholesale doesn’t mean you can “do Amazon”. There is a large swathe of wholesalers that Amazon do not accept as legitimate links in the supply chain and most of the “bricks and mortar” or “cash & carry” as they were once called, are on that list. Just because you buy from a wholesaler, doesn’t mean you can sell the goods on Amazon.