In this post we would like to draw your attention to the upcoming Amazon FBA webinar. The webinar will take place on June 14 and will cover the new replenishment restrictions. These could affect you as an Amazon seller, which is why it is worthwhile for you to make a note of the date. It will also cover the new page where you can get an overview of Amazon Pay. There is also a reminder about the changes to the percentage sales charge.
The Amazon FBA webinar is primarily designed to help you understand Amazon's replenishment restrictions. In order to explain the topic to you in an understandable way, Alexander Wolkoszewski - the Senior Manager of Amazon FBA - will be available to answer your questions personally. So be there on June 14, 2021 at 10am if you want to learn about the impact of replenishment restrictions on your stock. By the way, these restrictions have been in place since May 16, 2021. Furthermore, the LBI threshold will increase from 400 to 500 from July 1,2021. Also, there will be a Q&A session at the end of the Amazon FBA webinar so that no questions are left unanswered from your side. You can also find more information on the replenishment restrictions in this article.
Amazon has created a new overview page for Amazon Pay, which should make it easier for sellers to get an overview. You can find the corresponding page in Seller Central. From now on, you can find out about adding bank details there with the help of an info card. In addition, you will be able to better monitor your expenses there from now on. If you are interested in further details on the topic of Amazon Pay, you can find more information here.
In past posts, we have already pointed out the upcoming changes to the percentage sales charge at Amazon. These changes have now come into effect on June 8. For more info, you can click here or write to us directly if you are unclear.
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