What Amazon sellers need to know about drop shipping in 2021

We’re talking about Amazon drop shipping suspensions because it has been a hot topic. A lot of Amazon sellers are dropshippers and we actually see a lot of clients who are dropshippers. So we’re going to go around the room at Amazon Sellers Lawyer and get everyone’s opinion on it.  < WATCH NOW >

What Sellers NEED to KNOW About DROPSHIPPING in 2021
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Sellers have opportunity to submit invoices before suspension.

If you’re drop shipping as your entire business model or as part of your business on Amazon, make sure you have the ability to obtain invoices that predate when you shipped your goods to. That predate that consumer’s order of your goods so that you can justify your sales to Amazon and keep selling your products. < MORE >

$25,000 Scams & How AMZ Dropshippers Source Products

If you’re an Amazon seller and you’re drop shipping, be super careful because Amazon’s rules are so strict when it comes to drop shipping that you can’t farm it out to other people and not keep your hands on it. You certainly don’t want to send anybody $25,000 to create an account that you can create for free. < MORE >

Drop Shipping on Amazon BREAKING NEWS Sellers now have a chance to show invoices receipts before becoming suspended.

If you are suspended on Amazon for drop shipping, contact us for a free consultation.

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Amazon drop shipping suspensions on sellers for dropshipping directly from places like Sam’s Club/Walmart directly to customers. We want to give you a heads up that this might be your time to change your business strategy because it seems like Amazon is continuously going to crack down harder and harder on anyone they feel is violating their dropshipping policy.

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Drop shipping, or allowing a third-party to fulfill orders to customers on your behalf, is generally acceptable. If you intend to fulfill orders using a drop shipper, you must always:

  • Be the seller of record of your products;
  • Identify yourself as the seller of your products on all packing slips, invoices, external packaging, and other information included or provided in connection with them;
  • Remove any packing slips, invoices, external packaging, or other information identifying a third-party drop shipper prior to shipping the order;
  • Be responsible for accepting and processing customer returns of your products; and
  • Comply with all other terms of your seller agreement and applicable Amazon policies.

Examples of drop shipping that is not permitted:

  • Purchasing products from another online retailer and having that retailer ship directly to customers, if the shipment does not identify you as the seller of record or if anyone other than you (including the other online retailer) appears on packing slips, invoices, or external packaging; or
  • Shipping orders with packing slips, invoices, external packaging, or other information indicating a seller name or contact information other than your own.