“Retail arbitrage is dead! No one can sustain an FBA business with the possibility of all the IP claims out there!” Have you heard this alarm ringing in the FBA communities, particularly Facebook groups? It tends to come in waves, sometimes more intense than others. Intellectual property (IP) or copyright infringement claims, along with claims
Hopefully by now you have seen the email from Amazon about upcoming changes related to storage at FBA warehouses. As with all of your seller emails from Amazon, I hope you took note of the email and read it thoroughly to familiarize yourself with Amazon’s policy changes. In this post I want to break down
By now I hope you know just how important it is to follow all of Amazon’s rules. Breaking too many Amazon guidelines could easily get your seller account suspended. Recently Amazon has updated how sellers can communicate with their customers, and I want to make sure you know about how to correctly go about
How have you been handling all the recent changes and rumors of changes in Amazon FBA selling? That’s not a rhetorical question. I really want to know. How have you been handling all the news about FBA changes? Have you been freaking out? Have you been paralyzed with uncertainty? Have you kept doing business as
One of the most annoying emails for FBA sellers to receive from Amazon starts with “Refund initiated for order #102-12345-67890.” Getting a return notification is not only annoying, but it can sometimes spark a few fearful questions. Is this return one of the high priced items I just sold? Is the buyer going to say that
A few months ago, I was out sourcing retail and thrift stores with my wife. It was lunch time, so we took a break and went to one of our favorite local Mexican food restaurants. While we were waiting for our lunch to come, I received a text about a negative feedback that was just posted to my Amazon seller account.
It’s almost spring! This is the perfect time of year to do a little spring cleaning of your inventory. Let me ask you a question. How often do you look at your inventory at Amazon? For most sellers, we don’t take a look all that often. Sure, we might look at our inventory levels, but how often
Last month, we talked about Amazon Split Shipments and the options you have between Distributed Inventory Placement (DIP) or Inventory Placement Service (ISP). Today, we’re going to take the conversation to the next level and talk about how to make the most of whatever placement decision you make. For most of us, this decision should