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Amazon Marketplace Seller Agreement

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Hoping to sell on Amazon in 2020? If you understand how you follow Amazon`s rules, policies and policies, life will be made easier. Whether you`re getting started or you`re an experienced Amazon salesman trying to update your memory, here`s a 5-minute crash course on Amazon`s sales rules. Amazon`s advertising agreement is available under advertising.amazon.co.uk/terms. S-2.1 Sale and execution. Contrary to what is described in the conditions of Amazon`s service for each Amazon site for which you choose to register or use the sale on Amazon Service, you go: a) buy, offer, sell and fill your products satisfied by the seller and, in any event, according to the terms of the current order information, this agreement and all the conditions that you or we provide and posted on the corresponding Amazon website, and sell them and be solely responsible for these activities; (b) package each of your products in a commercially reasonable manner, meeting all applicable packaging and labelling requirements, and ship each of your products on the scheduled date or date of shipment; c) obtain order information at least once per business day; (d) cancel your transactions only in accordance with your terms and conditions, which appear on Amazon`s website at the time of the respective order or are required under this Agreement; (e) to fill your products throughout the chosen country (except to the extent prohibited by law or by this agreement); (f) provide Amazon with information on compliance and order status and tracking (if any), as requested using the processes we have designated, and we can make this information available to the public; (g) comply with all street-date guidelines; (h) to ensure that you are the seller of each of your products; (i) a specific delivery voucher for each order and, if applicable, tax invoices within each shipment of your products; (j) identify themselves as the seller of each of your products on all delivery vouchers or other information contained or provided in relation to your products and as the person to whom a customer can return the corresponding product; and (k) do not send emails confirming orders or compliance with your products.

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