Here Is Quick List of Aspects To Consider If You Are Considering Becoming An Amazon Seller
It is very important that before you open up your account on Amazon, that you consider the various rules and regulations for sellers. Amazon is know to have a “quick trigger” in closing down accounts that violate any rules.
On May 7, 2012, Amazon.com launched Add-on Items. This new feature applies to qualifying products offered on Amazon.com and fulfilled through Amazon’s fulfillment centers. This includes Fulfillment by Amazon (FBA) products.
Add-on Items are products at a low price point that would be cost-prohibitive to ship on their own. Add-on Items ship with orders that include $25 or more of items shipped by Amazon and are eligible for free shipping within the U.S.
To purchase Add-on Items, customers just include them in an order with $25 or more of the millions of items shipped by Amazon. Customers who are members of Amazon Prime will receive FREE Two-Day Shipping on the Add-on Items in those orders. Add-on Items are also eligible for FREE Shipping.
Add-on Items expand the selection of products customers can find on Amazon.com and make it a more attractive destination for customers to find all the items they want.
Learn more about Add-on Items: http://www.amazon.com/gp/help/customer/display.html/?nodeId=200876660&referral=A1V25M0VDAU59O_A3GFT8EHM9SY2N
The Add-on program applies to all Amazon-fulfilled products at the ASIN level, whether sold by Amazon or by sellers using Fulfillment by Amazon. These include certain products at price points that make them cost-prohibitive to ship as single units. This product is included in the Add-on program and cannot be exempted from the Add-on program.
Although Amazon undertakes regular Hazmat reviews to update our product restrictions, please understand that all sellers are responsible for ensuring that products sent to Amazon fulfillment centers comply with FBA’s policies and any legal requirements regarding Hazmat, even if they are not currently restricted by FBA.
Which Amazon Products Might Be Hazmat?
FBA Product Restrictions
Hazardous Materials Identification Guide
The Long-Term Storage Fee is only charged during our semi-annual inventory cleanup events: August 15 and February 15. All inventory is accounted for on a first-in-first-out (FIFO) basis by the fulfillment centers.
Six weeks prior to each Inventory Cleanup event, the Recommended Removals and Inventory Health report will show an estimate of the inventory units that will be charged the Long-Term Storage Fee if not sold or removed from inventory. This report enables you to quickly submit removal orders for affected inventory units. Go to the Recommended Removal report:
For more information on Long-Term Storage, go to this page:
Inventory Health Report
Amazon Fulfillment Reports
FBA Lost and Damaged Inventory Reimbursement Policy
Customer Returns for Orders Fulfilled by Amazon.com
FBA Fee Change Announcements