The Amazon Seller Tools & Services Master List is 40 of the most well-known Amazon Seller tools and services ranging from inventory management to repricing solutions and multichannel selling.
This list is meant to provide a general outline for the tools and services Amazon sellers will seek out at some point in the development of their business on the Marketplace.
Luckily, we’ve had the opportunity to interview some of the providers listed below – so if you are interested in learning more about a particular tool or service, please check out our blog featured Q&As for a more in-depth perspective.
In the event a customer decides to return an item they have purchased, Amazon will notify the seller via e-mail and funds from that sale are taken from the seller’s account and held by Amazon awaiting the customer’s return of the product.
Typically when customer decides to return an item, Amazon gives them about 45 days to do so. If a customer fails to return the product, Amazon will usually return any withheld funds back to the seller – but not always.
Sometimes those funds being held by Amazon awaiting the customer to return their product are overlooked and not returned to the seller.
At this point, the responsibility falls on the seller to find these discrepancies and submit a request for the reimbursement, but unfortunately reconciling can be a tedious and difficult process. The same goes for inventory damaged at Amazon warehouses.