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Would You Let Amazon Liquidate Your Returns and Excess Stock?

By Andy Geldman

Amazon is piloting a new program to help FBA merchants resell returns and liquidate stock. Would you take this option instead of disposal or removal?

Would You Let Amazon Liquidate Your Returns and Excess Stock?

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Garth

LOL love the photo 🤣 is that one of Amazons cutting edge fulfillment centers?!??

Jon Thompson

Replying to Garth

If the condition of my stock is anything to go by when I got it back from FBA, then probably, yes.

brice g

Replying to Jon Thompson

Would you use this for slow-selling inventory or returns?

Brian

I used the old version of this and can’t wait for it to come back. It’s a PITA to take a loss but getting paid a couple dollars for stock beats it sitting there with storage charges and then removal charges for it to go to landfill any day.

brice g

Replying to Brian

Would you use this for slow-selling inventory or returns?

Brian

Replying to brice g

Both but mainly dead stock. There won’t be be much demand for used.

brice g

How can they charge $2.20 to inspect a laptop? They would need to functionally test it, which takes some time to go through

Kristin K

Outrageous that Amazon are sending returns to landfill. This should never be happening in the first place and making it optional is just not acceptable.

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