Unregulated Supplements Removed / Strange Inventory Error / ASGTG Amazon Visa issue surfaces
1️⃣ SP made good on its promise to remove unregulated supplements “Effective January 10, 2022, we are not allowing listings that do not meet our documentation requirements for sexual enhancement or weight loss and weight management products.”; Project Zero now has a status when filing “Under review” so it’s not always instant. New on AH dashboard “duplicate product detail page”.
2️⃣ Sellers are reporting FBA items going into stranded due to “inventory error” for seemingly unknown reason.
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4️⃣ From a concerned ASGTG member on fees “If you just look over the card it seems that Amazon is raising pricing on most items by 5%.I found an area where the price is increasing drastically. Currently large standard size items that are under 12 oz, don’t have dimensional weight. That is changing and Amazon will start calculating dimensional weight on any large standard size item.:
5️⃣ On some very old accounts? “Hello from Amazon. We’re working on setting up your account and aren’t ready to accept your new listings yet. Please try to add your products again in 90 minutes.”
6️⃣ In order to streamline the #workWithUsAmazon I created an organized post of the current false related account suspensions as well as when they get reinstated. Some have had success after contacting the BBB to get it properly surfaced. This reinstatement was EPIC and easily a top 10 in ASGTG history.
7️⃣ “On January 18, 2022, the following FBA Small and Light program fee changes will take effect, unless otherwise noted: We will increase the weight limit for FBA Small and Light from 12 oz to 3 lb.”
8️⃣ “This product has been identified as a wireless microphone or similar device (such as wireless intercom, ear monitor, audio instrument link or cueing equipment) that is intended for use in the United States in the 600 MHz wireless service band. The sale of wireless microphones or similar devices intended for use in the United States that operate on the 600 MHz service band frequencies (617-652 MHz and 663-698 MHz) is prohibited by the Federal Communications Commission (FCC), as of October 13, 2018. For more information, please see the following FCC information page:”
9️⃣ 2 days after we posted about VISA / Amazon issues, this article came out.
🔟 An out of the box free thinking SP rep gave these tips for an effective POA.
Good Shabbos — Ed Rosenberg – ASGTG – The Voice of the SANE Seller