4. Don’t Trust UPC Codes When Listing Items
At times, manufacturers update their products without making the corresponding changes to their UPC codes. It is your responsibility to make sure the item you are selling is the exact same item as listed on Amazon. Not only look at the photographs closely but read the full description and the specs to make sure what you are selling is the identical product.
5. Fulfill Shipping Orders within One Business Day and Provide Tracking Information
Adhere to this requirement or risk losing your featured seller status and having your account closed. Amazon requires you to state the handling time for all products and to meet that expectation. Amazon also only charges your customer’s credit card after the shipment is confirmed. So, in addition to good customer service, this step is important to get your business paid quickly.
6. Check Amazon Seller Account Daily
It is crucial that you ship every order you receive and do so promptly. Amazon sends you an email notification when you have a sale, but those emails aren’t always reliable. Amazon wants customers to be happy, which means you should also reply promptly to their concerns. If you can’t log into your Amazon Seller Central 24-7, use the Amazon Seller App on your phone to communicate with customers on the go.