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* General Discussions / Re: This forum closes on March 4th, 2019
« Last post by Southern Jewel's Fab Finds on November 05, 2019, 09:12:00 AM »
Sending Tots and Pears that all works out.
* Amazon Central / Re: Amazon - Jungle Scout - Permissions - What?
« Last post by Southern Jewel's Fab Finds on November 05, 2019, 09:11:16 AM »
Just the thought makes my head explode.
Nunya Bidness Jungle Scout.
Changes to Return and Refund Process for Seller Fulfilled Orders

Effective November 15, 2019, if you are fulfilling customer orders in the US from outside the US, you must provide Amazon a valid US return address for items under $10.
Amazon will use this address to generate prepaid return labels for customers on eligible return requests.
If a US return address is not provided, Amazon will issue the customer a refund for eligible returns without requiring the item to be returned.

***What about Post Office addresses?
Not that I use one, but more rural areas might/
Amazon Seller’s response to return requests required within 48 hours

In our continuous efforts to improve the customer experience, Amazon has updated the A-to-z Guarantee claim policy.

To help you avoid any potential or unnecessary A-to-z Guarantee claims, we ensure that customers first submit a return request in the Online Return Center and wait 48 hours for your response prior to being eligible to file a claim. We will now also require that you provide a response to this return request.

You can see your outstanding return requests on the Manage Returns page in Seller Central. In the event that a customer files a claim and you have not provided any response to the return request within 48 hours, we will grant the claim and debit your account for the claim amount.
* Amazon Central / Re: Amazon - Jungle Scout - Permissions - What?
« Last post by WayOutWest on November 02, 2019, 02:00:32 PM »
Why in the world would they need a person's history?!?  :0195
* General Discussions / Re: This forum closes on March 4th, 2019
« Last post by WayOutWest on November 02, 2019, 01:54:05 PM »
*waves back*

In good news, we had an excellent show at Tulsa Fair, with enough extra that if we can keep the numbers up for next year, it'll make up for the money we gave up when dropping Wisc :)
* General Discussions / Re: This forum closes on March 4th, 2019
« Last post by Southern Jewel's Fab Finds on October 22, 2019, 08:49:11 PM »
I agree.
Somethings are NON negotiable and the misery vs $$$ has to be taken into consideration.
Irregardless of the loss of dollars.
Mental health is so much more important.

Glad to see you!
* General Discussions / Re: This forum closes on March 4th, 2019
« Last post by WayOutWest on October 18, 2019, 10:02:47 AM »
Thanks. It's been crazy this season. Heard a horrible noise from rear of truck after loading it to head to Milwaukee, so had to unload it, take it in, then reload it (was pinion bearing). Then for next leg of trip, the truck busted a leaf in one leaf spring and got a leak in an air ride (air bag suspension between leaf spring and frame). Had to pull over every 30 mins on drive from Milwaukee to Saint Paul to add more air to air ride. Got that fixed while fair was going on, but took two trips to repair shop because they didn't check their work the first time (argh!). Slide out on trailer having problems again, Even though we just got it fixed. Now I gotta replace radiator on truck and trace wire on taillight to find why it's not working.  On the plus side, it could all be worse, right? :)

In other news, we told the Wisc State Fair that even though we've been there for 33 yrs, this is our last year there. Their 13 hr days and fair mgmt pissy attitude towards vendors isnt worth the little bit of $ we make.  Regardless of situation, you weigh misery Vs. money and in the case of that show, the misery factor is way too high.
Hello from Fulfillment by Amazon,

Since we announced expansion of one-day deliveries, we have made Prime Free One Day available to members with no minimum purchase amount on more than 10 million products, coast to coast.  The customer response has been remarkable, and FBA sellers have benefited.  To make Prime Free One Day delivery possible, we invested hundreds of millions of dollars in our fulfillment and transportation network on behalf of sellers in Q2 2019 alone.  We continue to upgrade our network to further speed up deliveries and invest in infrastructure, tools, services, people, and programs that benefit FBA sellers.

While investing in our network, we need to manage our storage space so that we can continue delighting customers with products they love at faster delivery speeds.

Effective January 1, 2020, we are changing the IPI threshold for storage limits to 400 (previously 350). 

Storage limits will continue to be evaluated on a quarterly cycle.  For example, if your IPI score is less than 400 during the week of November 11, 2019, you will be notified of your potential storage limits for Q1 2020.  You will then have six weeks to improve your IPI score.  If your IPI score is still below 400 during the week of December 23, 2019, storage limits will apply for Q1 2020.  Sellers who maintain an IPI score of 400 or greater will have unlimited storage for standard size and oversize items (monthly storage fees and long-term storage fees still apply).

You can track your IPI on the Inventory Performance Dashboard, where we also provide you with ways you can improve your performance:

    Reduce excess inventory: Take action on the Manage Excess Inventory page to reduce your storage fees and carrying costs.
    Improve sell-through: Take action on the Inventory Age page to increase your FBA sell-through rate on low traffic and low-conversion products.
    Fix listings: Take action on the Fix Stranded Inventory page to ensure your inventory is available for purchase.

Free inventory removal promotion
To provide a head start on improving inventory health, we are offering a limited-time, free inventory removal promotion for all sellers with an IPI score of 350 or above at any point in October 2019. Sellers without an IPI score are not eligible for this promotion.

We will notify you if we end this promotion earlier.  To take advantage of this offer, you must submit a removal order before the promotion ends.
Go to Inventory Age and choose Create removal order from the menu next to any FBA item in your inventory.

You will not be able to send us more units of any ASINs you remove during the promotion until: 1) January 31, 2020, when this restriction expires, OR 2) your inventory level for the removed ASINs falls below your sales over the last 90 days for the removed ASINs.
Thank you.

The Fulfillment by Amazon team
* Amazon Central / Re: Deactivated for Potential Pricing WTH
« Last post by Southern Jewel's Fab Finds on October 06, 2019, 09:46:28 PM »
Your assessment is the same as mine.
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