eBay account suspensions are on the rise. Here’s why eBay suspends sellers, how the process works, and how to avoid it happening again.
This post is by Mordechai Epelbaum, an independent eBay business consultant and Tuvyah Schleifer, the founder and CMO of CRSeller, a bespoke marketplace services provider.
When there is a breach of eBay’s policy, sellers can have their accounts suspended. An eBay suspension means business interruption, and often a cascade of problems with serious implications for the seller.
Why does eBay suspend seller accounts? It’s their business to protect the community from bad buyers and sellers. They want to make sure that no one gets hurt. Not the brand, not the buyer, and not the seller.
Perhaps most importantly, policy violations hurt eBay’s reputation and, in the final analysis, that is why eBay cares about them.
In this post, we’ll explain why eBay accounts are suspended, how the process works, and how to avoid it happening again.
Dodge a bullet with this new Amazon insurance policy, covering financial loss, reinstatement expert expenses and even tax audits.
Amazon seller account suspensions are a common occurrence and can be devastating for the businesses affected.
You’ve probably heard the horror stories about honest, hard-working sellers losing access to their accounts and having their payouts frozen. Their loans have to be paid and day-to-day expenses mount up, while costly reinstatement experts help them battle Amazon to get their accounts back as quickly as possible. But it can be a slow process, and success is not guaranteed.
Now a new Amazon suspension insurance option has launched for U.S. sellers, from leading underwriter NAS Insurance Services. The new cover, called Momentum, covers financial loss up to $1,000,000, suspension appeal expenses up to $25,000, and tax audit expenses up to $2,500.
With rates starting as low as $250 annually, it makes sense for all Amazon sellers to seriously consider protecting their accounts before they have their own horror stories to tell.
With Promoted Listings, eBay sellers can pay to jump to the top of the search results. How can sellers use these ads to best effect?
eBay Promoted Listings is a pretty simple advertising scheme.
You just choose which items to promote, and how much of the sale price you are willing to pay. eBay then boosts your items from their normal positions in the search results to the fourth or fifth spots from the top.
If a buyer clicks on a promoted item and goes on to buy it, you pay eBay the percentage you set, in addition to the usual final value fee. If the item does not sell, you pay nothing.
Despite its simplicity, there’s still a lot to think about with eBay Promoted Listings. How do you choose which items to promote? How much should you pay? Should you promote them all the time or just sometimes? When should you adjust the amount you’re paying?
Here’s the top ten questions we hear from sellers about Promoted Listings, and how to make sure you get the most out of every extra penny you give to eBay.
When you’re immersed in the details of selling on Amazon, it can be hard to see the big picture. These 4 simple KPIs bring it sharply into focus.
This post is by Dave McDaniel, a senior VP with ManageByStats.
With over 2 million Amazon sellers worldwide, there’s no shortage of information on how to succeed selling on the world’s number one online platform. Mentors, groups, courses and experts abound.
Despite that abundance, new information is constantly needed. Amazon is ever-changing, and we Amazon sellers are always hungry for the latest how-tos and best-practices. There’s always something new to learn.
In this article we cover the four absolutely key KPIs for monitoring the health of your sales on Amazon, so you can see at a glance how your business is doing.
You shouldn’t be paying for Amazon’s mistakes. Here’s how to check if you are paying more than you need to, and recover what you’re owed.
For Amazon sellers, FBA is hugely important. It lets you store your inventory in Amazon’s fulfillment centers while Amazon take care of shipping your orders and providing customer service. This streamlines your operation, making your business more streamlined and efficient. It also makes your products eligible for Prime, helping you grow sales.
Amazon are known for their industry-leading processes and sophisticated technology, so you are in good hands with FBA. But even Amazon make mistakes. With more than 2 billion marketplace items shipped through FBA per year, even a tiny percentage of errors really adds up. Those could be overcharging of FBA fees, lost inventory, incorrect customer refunds and more.
Amazon pick up some of those mistakes themselves, but others slip through the cracks. You could be owed money for issues that you know nothing about.
So how do you go about finding them and getting a refund? There are a number of methods, and we will cover them all here, including third-party services that automate the whole process for you.