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I don't think 3P will ever completely go away. Niche or high demand commodity items are always going to be there. The only problem is, determining which commodity items are going to sell (as well as be allowed).

I wish they would make professional selling accounts mandatory and then raise the monthly fee by 20 bucks a month. That would clean out a lot of crap.
* Amazon Central / Re: Quill Overturned--What does it mean for us?
« Last post by uncleleroy on July 03, 2018, 04:08:48 PM »
Tax Jar = $$$ down the drain
Prepared? Kinda sorta. I guess. Still determining what specials I am going to run. Oh well, we'll see.
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Found this info on another forum I belong to.
I'm not here recommending the below information, I'm just passing it along.
My advice is you meet or discuss this with your accountant before considering.

Open a Taxjar account and wait for the email that says they are done calculating your tax.

See what states they found you have Nexus in. (States were Amazon had stored your stuff in their warehouse.)

Open your account in each state. 

Tell them you just opened your business or pay back to when you did open it.

Open accounts in all of those states.

Use the number the states give you to enter into Amazon so they start collecting tax for you.

Start sending the tax money to each state according to the schedule they give you (monthly to annually).

Use the Taxjar amount to know how much to send.
Note Taxjar will do that for you, for a fee.

One person posted 3 to 5 years.
I believe there will always be a niche for the hard to find and discontinued items that used to be so easy for me to find.
The problem then will be being approved for those categories where you have found a hard to find or discontinued item.
Predictions anyone?
My money is on 5 years.
* Amazon Central / July 2018 Amazon Storage Monitor
« Last post by Southern Jewel's Fab Finds on July 02, 2018, 07:28:26 PM »
I found today when working up a shipment to the warehouse...
I have a storage monitor.
It's helpful.
Does it take up the bottom of the page?
Do I think Amazon is testing?
Do I think Amazon will update it's location and info?
Not too worried about the storage monitor, it does make me aware of how much cubic feet I have at the warehouse and how many oversize items I have.
This will be worked out.
And This:
Harmful Feedback & Criminal Defamation: LEGAL ASPECTS

For those of that go far back with eBay and selling.. I can well remember back in the day the sellers that would post this same type of useless thread on the eBay forums.
<rolling my eyes>
Here ya go...
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Jun 29, 2018
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