Amazon Rejecting Seller Invoices if Quantity Doesn’t Match Sales Sold for Year

Hello Amazon sellers. My name’s Briana, a paralegal at Rosenbaum, Famularo & Segall, P.C. Today, I’m talking to you about invoices.

I had a client come to me, and they were super concerned because they were absolutely positive that they submitted the best version of invoices they could possibly submit to Amazon.

They could not figure out why they were not being accepted. They double checked everything, from making sure that the item was properly listed, from making sure that all the supplier information, including phone number, website, fax, address was on the invoice, and Amazon still was not accepting these invoices.

Here is what they missed: the quantity.

Your sales history in the past 365 days have to be indicative on that invoice. The amount of units you sold have to be printed on the invoice, and the quantities have to match. No matter how perfect your invoice is in terms of the supplier information and in terms of how professional it looks, it will not be accepted if your quantities of the amount of items you sold in the last 365 days do not match your sales history. Make sure you double check this before submitting invoices to Amazon, because it will save you a lot of time and a lot of confusion.

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Amazon Inauthentic Suspensions: what sellers need to show on invoices from suppliers & their own invoices.