How do I ship to Fulfillment by Amazon?

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  • How do I ship to Fulfillment by Amazon?


Answer #1 | 15/12 2013 19:11
You send it directly to the customer. When I buy from one, it comes straight from the seller.
Answer #2 | 16/12 2013 07:18
I am a "seller" on Amazon. My publisher (supplier) gets the orders from Amazon and ships directly to the customer. Nothing is shipped to me and I don't ship or handle anything. This works best for everyone, as Amazon does not pay my publisher (supplier) until they receive verification the item is shipped to the customer, in addition, my publisher doesn't ship until Amazon verifies payment. As a result the Supplier, Amazon, and the Customer are protected. I am (of course) the very last to get paid. But I am protected as well because Amazon sends me my share, and also sends my publisher (supplier) their share. Amazon also (to protect the customer) holds back a month's gross sales to cover any returns. So the 'problem' as you mention it - is a matter to take up with your supplier. In addition, to do what you want, as you describe, you will end up the looser. Because you will pay twice for shipping - once from your supplier to Amazon, and then again from Amazon to your customer, and you can bet your bottom dollar, those fees come out of your share. You need to set up a 'drop shippment' direct to the customer from your supplier. Amazon of course gets a commission for being the middle man.
Answer #3 | 16/12 2013 18:31
Where you ship may vary based on your location and the product. The instructions are all there on your FBA account, here's a link:

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