This is especially important if you sell on Amazon’s FBA programme, while Amazon has videos and written content that explains how to use the FBA programme and other Amazon programmes in detail. If you choose to sell in Germany or other European countries through Amazon FBA, Amazon may call you and assign one of its account specialists to assist you in getting set up and resolving any issues you may encounter.
Fulfillment on Amazon occurs when you deliver your things to an Amazon warehouse, where they are stored until a buyer purchases them. Amazon packs and ships the item to the purchaser once it sells.
Learning the preparation system for putting items into Amazon’s warehouses is comprehensive and difficult, and there are many things that can go wrong, including damaged items, misplaced items, and other warehouse concerns. Sellers are not always rewarded for client returns, and items lost or damaged in the warehouse may not be fully refunded.
Amazon fees are around one-third of the item’s sale price, excluding the $39.99 monthly fee and the ever-increasing warehouse storage fees. Despite the drawbacks, many people prefer Amazon to the alternatives. To begin with, people are familiar with Amazon, so it feels familiar.
Amazon periodically offers to reduce the fee they charge on each sale in exchange for you lowering the price of your product for sale. These limited-time specials don’t necessarily leave room for profit, but they can help you move inventory that’s been sitting around for a while.
Amazon also offers loans to sellers with good metrics through its own lending group. The loan amount is determined by your sales history, and sellers cannot request loans; they can only use a loan if Amazon decides to provide one.
However, there are additional challenges that even large or long-term Amazon merchants haven’t sorted out, in addition to the ones listed above. The good news is that the following information can assist you in this regard.