We want to provide you with additional information that is essential to selling successfully on Amazon once you have read your Amazon seller agreement and any related policies and guidelines. We observe that new Amazon selling partners frequently bring their prior knowledge of other selling services with them and presume that all seller services function similarly. They might believe that the specifics in your seller agreement and the program regulations and standards don’t need to be paid much attention. We don’t want you to be in that predicament, so we are giving you some of the things that new Selling Partners frequently forget. To know about amazon account you can visit the below link:
Things to know about your seller account
- Unless you have a valid business need to open a second account and all of your accounts are in good standing, you may only maintain one Seller Central account for each location in which you sell.
- By making your policies clear and comprehensive, you may contribute to increasing client trust in your company.
- Remember that your return policies must be at least as benevolent to customers as Amazon’s. For more details, refer to the Customer Service section in amazon page.
What to do if you have an individual seller account?
- Give them your company’s name as it will appear on Amazon so they can remember you.
- So that we can reach you if necessary, make sure your company’s contact information is up to date, including your phone number and email address, if applicable.
- For payments and settlements, keep your bank and credit card details up to date.
- To encourage customer trust, include shipping and return policies.
- Give details of any gift messaging and gift wrapping services you provide.
- Your storefront logo picture must be exactly 120 x 30 pixels in size when you upload it to your seller account.
- Only input business details that are relevant to how you run your Amazon business.
- So that clients are aware of your delivery expenses, set your shipping charges.
The entry-level seller plan is the Amazon individual seller account. If you sell fewer than 40 products each month, it is cost-effective, and the pay-as-you-go strategy makes sure you don’t incur any unforeseen expenses. You can always upgrade to a professional selling plan once you do begin consistently selling more than 40 things. Many vendors start out on Amazon in this way. To test the market and determine whether there is a market for their goods, they begin as an independent seller on Amazon. When sales start to increase, sellers switch to a professional selling strategy that gives them more resources, knowledge, and chances to land in the Buy Box. The procedure of signing up to sell on Amazon is simple. Individual and professional selling strategies are both available to sellers at any time. You will not receive your $39.99 monthly professional selling plan charge back if you convert to an individual selling plan.