How to Remove Credit Card Details From Your Amazon AWS Account [Quick Tips]

If you have setup your Amazon AWS account so that you can play around with Amazon EC2, you will know that one of the step (to setup the account) is to enter your credit card detail. This is a no-brainer, so I won’t go into detail on that, but if you have added multiple credit card information, you will find that there is no way to remove any of your credit card from your Amazon AWS user account. Going to the “Payment Options” will only show all the credit cards information, with no options to remove them.

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Here’s how to remove your credit card detail in Amazon AWS.

1. Go to Amazon.com (the main Amazon site where you do your shopping) and login with your Amazon AWS username and password.

2. Click on Your Account and scroll down till you see the “Manage Payment Options”.

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3. Here you should be able to delete your credit card detail.

When does amazon charge credit card

When does amazon charge credit card

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Amazon Selling Fees – How Much Does It Cost to Sell on Amazon?

Keeping on top of your Amazon selling fees is the starting point to running a successful business on Amazon. So, what will your profit be once Amazon has taken their cut?

You have to hand it to Amazon; it’s been in business for over a decade, but never charged a listing fee. So, what does Amazon charge you? Here’s a breakdown of Amazon selling fees for third-party sellers:

Amazon.com selling fees for third-party sellers

1. Monthly subscription charges depend on the marketplace. They’re $39.99 on Amazon.com for Pro Merchants (sellers with a professional selling plan) with over 35 sales per month.

2. The per-item fee also depends on the venue. Amazon.com individual sellers pay $0.99.

3. Referral fees are based on product category. Amazon will charge whichever of these two is higher for each item:

a. Referral Fee as a percentage of sale price. It ranges from 6% to 20% (45% for Amazon devices), but it’s usually 15%.

b. Minimum Referral Fee of either $0 or $1. Jewelry and watches are the only two categories with a rate of $2.

E.g.: You’re listing items in the Everything Else category for over $6.67. Amazon will charge you 15% of the sale price, not the $1.00 minimum referral fee, because 15% of 6.67 is over $1.

4. Variable Closing Fees apply strictly to books, music, videos, DVDs, video games, consoles and software (BMVD products), and they will vary according to category, shipping destination, and the type of shipping service used.

So, how much would it cost you to sell on Amazon?

Let’s take two examples.

Pro Merchant Amazon Selling Fees for a book

As mentioned above, an Pro Seller would be charged a referral fee and variable closing fee.

In our example, the referral fee is $4.07 (15% of $27.13) and the variable closing fee is $1.35 summing up to $5.42. So, for a sale price of $200 and assuming the shipping credit covers transportation costs, sellers would have to hand over $31.35.

Pro Merchant Toy Sale on Amazon US

In the case of this toy sale on Amazon US, there’s a referral fee of $9.89 (15% of the product charge and shipping cost), shipping credit and monthly subscription aside.

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This was incredibly helpful!! Thank you so much for posting this.

Can you do me a breakdown of this sample item complete with shipping fee and all other fees so I can set my pricing. Oh it’s for a new individual account first time seller. Thanks so much.

Thanks for your comment. We would need a bit more information in order to give you an accurate pricing calculation. But here’s how much you would pay to Amazon if you were to sell this product for the lowest current price on Amazon: 183.91 plus 5.99 shipping:

The product falls under the Electronics category where the referral fee is 8% for price + shipping (on amazon.com)

Therefore if you sell the product for that price you would need to pay Amazon a commission of $15.19 plus the $0.99 per item fee, in a total of $16.98.

Besides the Amazon fees you need to include your shipping cost into the pricing.

Feel free to use the Fulfillment by Amazon Revenue Calculator for other pricing calculations.

I hope it helps,

I have to open a new account for different garment sales – wondering would it work;

Let say the price item is $ 15.99 – and I would like to use FBA option. So

how much customer would pay in total and how much we will pay to Amazon.com – all kind of charges and by the way I intend to go for monthly subscription fee as professional i.e. $39.99/ month

Also since it would be retail product, so how would you handle the Sales Tax and who will collect this tax ?

If the item you intend to sell is already in the Amazon catalog you can use the Amazon calculator in order to account for all the costs involved (shipping the item to Amazon warehouse, Amazon commission, FBA fees). You can find the calculator here : https://sellercentral.amazon.com/fba/profitabilitycalculator/index?lang=en_US

In regards to sales tax, Amazon will collect the sales tax on your behalf based on a profile that you setup in your sellercentral account. You can read more about sales tax implications when doing FBA

How much a seller pays if the sell was cancelled before shipped?

Amazon won’t charge any fees if the order gets cancelled or refunded.

If someone is strapped for cash and wanted to sell their video game console and a couple of games, would you suggest selling the items on Amazon? If so, how does the person determine what to charge? The console was not rarely used.

If you have a Selling Amazon account then you could definitely list your video game console on Amazon for sale. In order to figure out a good price to ask for it,you could look up the model that you have on Amazon and check out the offers page. You will see how other sellers decided to price this particular item and can then build your own price.

Thank you for the swift response and input! Would you suggest opening a “Selling Amazon” account to sell only this item and the video games? Also, are there other sites you might recommend or would Amazon be best?

Opening an Amazon Individual Account is indeed one of the options. I’ll share here this link with information on what you need to know and what steps you need to follow to open this account. In short, if you chose to open an Amazon Selling Account you would opt for the Individual one that does not require you to pay a monthly fee. However,you would still pay the $0.99 fee per item sold (once you make the sale) + the 8% Amazon Referral Fee (for the consonle and 15% for the games) applied to the item price + $1.35 variable closing fee applie to the price + shipping.

With this in mind, the other option that you have is to go ahead and list it on E-bay if the process on Amazon feels a bit more complicated.

I am looking into a listing that will sell new old stock with your warehouses having stock on hand to ship. The product is Stebel air horns and selling prices ranging from $7.00 to $60.00, with up to 12 items for sale. What type account should I consider and how should I get started. I do have a LLC company and federal tax number.

You definitely need a Pro Seller Account for that. Individual selling accounts can only support up to 40 sales per month.

If you are already setup with a company then it’s pretty simple to open a Pro Seller Account on Amazon. In order to open an account you need the following information:

– an email address to use on your new Amazon seller account

– decide on a seller name and password

– company name, address and a phone number you can answer at right away (for the automated Amazon call), business information

– a valid Credit Card number at hand, billing address and phone number registered for that credit card

If you need further help don’t hesitate to contact us and our services team can help you get started. Fill in this form to get in touch with us.

Hi Iulia and Maria,

I am new to this. We are a start up with a medical device that should be FDA approved in 6 months. If we were to stock at Amazon and use their Prime what fees would we have? I am seeing everything from $39.99/mo to 15% of sales price. Also what would it be if we stocked and did the shipping? The product would have a list price of $450.

Thanks for your help.

On Amazon Seller Central you can open 2 types of accounts: Individual or Professional. Individual accounts (as the name suggest) is for people who want to sell only a few items on Amazon. Professional accounts are designated to businesses and the fee structure looks like this:

One monthly subscription fee $39.99/month + selling fees:

– referral fee on each item sold . For the Health & Personal Care Category the fee is 15% (with a min of $1). Please note that you first need to get approved in this category.

If you want to use Amazon’s fulfillment option (and store your items at Amazon) more fees would apply. More information about Amazon’s FBA program can be found here

If you need help to setup your Amazon account and learn more on how to include fees in your pricing please get in touch with our Services Team.

I have a children’s book and want to sell a lot of them. I have a website http://www.12hatsofchristmas.com and could sell them through it, but am considering Amazon because of shipping and fulfillment. I understand I need a Pro account and will pay $39.99 and then a 15% per item (if I have that sum correct)? How do they factor in shipping? Do I pay a fee on the amount paid for item plus shipping? Where does Amazon recoup their shipping cost if someone ships by Prime? My ultimate goal is to save money/increase profit margins and need a great resource. Any advice would be wonderful

Thank you for writing in. I am glad you find our blog useful.

It is indeed best to create a Pro Merchant account. For your Pro Merchant Account you will pay the $39.99 per month plus the Referral Fee per item and the Variable Closing Fee.

Shipping Credit for books is standard on Amazon.($3.99 for domestic standard shipping and increases based on the selected option).

The customer will pay the shipping credit and you will then be credited back by Amazon. In case your shipping costs are higher than the shipping credit set up by Amazon, you definitely have the option to factor them into your price.

The Referral Fee is calculated in relation to the price only for books, so it does not account for the shipping credit.

Aside from the referral fee you will also have the Variable Closing Fee that has also a fixed amount of $1.35 for each sold item.

With regards to Prime, you will not be able to offer books with free shipping when fulfilling the order yoursel; you will have the standard shipping credit required.

If you decide to fulfill your orders via Amazon (FBA) then you wilL not have to worry about shipping as it will be handled by Amazon and included in the fees you will have to pay to Amazon(monthly storage fees, order handling, pick and pack, weight handling fees).

If you have further questions and need help with your Amazon business please don’t hesitate to write us an e-mail.

Thank you very much for your help. Could you please do some math for me?

My book costs $17.99

Book weighs 1.25 lbs

If a customer buys through Amazon, how much do they pay total (cost, tax, shipping domestic)?

How much is my profit?

Thank you in advance for your wonderful help and suggestions!

Your message does mention the Cost but the details are not enough to be able to make a detailed calculation.

You might find useful FBA Calculator tool provided by Amazon. You can check it out here

This tool is very useful as you can input the price you ask and it will break down all the fees and commissions.

Please let me know if this was useful and if you have any other questions.

I want to start selling sports supplements on amazon. I have a legal business name but do not know if I’ll initially make more than 35 sales a month. Do I still pay the $39.99 if I don’t exceed the 30 sales a month?

You ca start with the individual account and see how sales go. If you exceed the threshold you can always upgrade to the professional account. For the individual account (it can be a business) you will not be charged a monthly fee.

I have just joined and noticed I am charged the following:

Amazon Referral Fee

Variable Closing Fee

Is it corect that I have to pay both a per item fee and a referral fee? Means I am losing 30% of my sale : ( Any hep would be greatly appreciated. Thank you.

Thank you for reading our blog and for sending your question.

If you are not a Professional Seller (meaning you have signed up for the Individual account and you do not pay the $39.99 fee per month to Amazon) it means that you will have to pay the Per Item fee as well as the Referral fee.

The Amazon platform puts you in contact with a large number of buyers so you will need to discover the perks of it beyond the fees that they are charging.

Please let me know if you have other questions and we’ll be happy to help.

Hello, Just seeking clearance. So if i were to sell a book for 9.99 I would pay 15% of the 9.99 to Amazon?

It depends whether you’re on the individual or the pro seller plan.

For the individual plan you would pay $0.99 + 15% (referral fee) + $1.35 variable closing fee.

For the professional plan the fee structure is: 15% (referral fee) + $1.35 variable closing fee.

Congratulations on a nice and simple to understand article

I am selling a product as follows :

I have mentioned MSRP @ $429 and `Your Price` @$249 and `Sale Price` @$104 it has amazon referral fee of 15% with no other charges.

The main inventory page shows fee calculated for $249 that is $38.22, but I am not sure if the final price at which the product sells i.e. $104 will be calculated for referral fee or the listing price which is $249 will be charged.

Can you please clarify?

Thank you for following our Blog! We are happy to hear that this article proved useful for you.

To clear our the confusion here, the referral fee is calculated based on your item’s price; so in this case “your price” is the base out of which the referral fee is calculated, namely the $249 value will be considered when calculating the referral fee.

Please let me know if this is clear and if you have any other questions or concerns and we’ll be happy to help.

Thanks for your reply Lulia

I have 1 question. If my product is out of stock but shown on amazon & someone order it, then what charge will take by amazon??

Thanks for your comment.

If you cancel the order and the buyer is not charged, Amazon will not charge you anything either. If you sell a product by mistake and you end up not having it in stock make sure you cancel the order right away.

I need another help.

My product is Women clothes. & I have not ASIN, EAN, CGID, GTIN & GPC number.

So from where i can get it??

Which is best option??

& ASIN number is only for books.

I’m glad we can be of some help.

The first thing that you need to do is check if your product is already on Amazon. To sell a product that is available in the Amazon catalog, you need to match it to the existing ASIN. However, if your product is not in the Amazon catalog, you will have to create a new ASIN. ASIN stands for Amazon Standard Identification Number. Any product on Amazon has an associated ASIN (for most books the ASIN coincides with the 10 digit ISBN).

If your product is not available on Amazon you need to create a new catalog page for it, but in order to do that you need a UPC code. Once you create the page Amazon will automatically assign an ASIN to your page. More info on how to check if your product is on Amazon or on how to create a page can be found here.

Our products are custom.

How to get UPC number.

Thank you for writing in. You have 2 options: one would be to get an UPC exemption. You could read more about the conditions that you need to meet here The other option that you have is to buy UPC codes from the approved Amazon barcode provider GS-1.(this can be a bit expensive if you only hold a few items).

Thank you for the great information! I also applaud your responses to other’s inquiries.

I was considering expanding out to Amazon with some of my sales and found your article while firing up the ole Googler.

Your article + answers pretty much let me know that Amazon may not be suited for me. ( I assume)

I currently list on Ebay and other sites and was shocked to find out Amazon has 6% – 50% fee’s.

A 15% average is double at times what I pay anywhere else, and since you actually don’t know what they’ll charge (could be up to 50% if the so wanted without warning) the guessing or hoping they won’t charge more seals the deal that i’ll not be trying Amazon until i do far more research. (I can’t take that kind of chance since my items are high end)

While Ebay’s fee’s and percentages can give Einstein a run for his money figuring out, It still falls far short of 15% + fee’s in the long run.

The average breakdown on Ebay (For my category as a premium store) is 4%-9% of the initial $50.00, plus 6% of the next $50.01 to $1,000.00, plus 2% of the remaining final sale price balance ($1,000.01 to final sale price)

Or in English, I average around 4% to 8.5% of the final total sale price in total fee’s. That percentage also includes any listing enhancements I add to make my listings more attractive and easier to find.

(did that hurt your brain? lol)

On Ebay the Basic store fee is $24.00 / month ($19.00 if paid annually) compared to Amazon’s $39.00

I pay $59.00 (only $10.00 more) for the Premium store which places my items in front of most others, gives me lots of listing upgrades and perks as well as 1000 free listings per month. (buy it now etc) Plus unlike Amazon, The premium lowers my final percentages to just 4% to 9% Maximum.

I can convert any listing to an Auction if there seems to be a lot of interest in the item – which has doubled and even tripled what I was originally selling the item for in the past as Ebay (unlike Amazon that i’m aware of in researching) gives me a real time viewing activity, click stats, searched item stats.

If a potential customer clicks to view more information on one of my items I can get a notice. I can also have more than one listing for the same item, Set each item up differently with different listing enhancements, then compare the two (or more) to see the activity difference so I know which is the better enhancement or ad so that I can adjust my product showing accordingly to match the current trend.

The most important information I get on Ebay is targeted “keywords” that users have entered in searching that led the potential customer to my item from both Ebay search and outside search engines (Google, Bing etc)

If Amazon has this type of statistic information for stores/sellers I haven’t found it yet in researching so far.

Since some items I list are higher end ticket items, it would break down closer to this in my category If i’m understanding your article on Amazon fee’s

(Ebay percentages vary by category)

This is based on what i currently actually pay in fee’s on a $7,000 Item I normally sell vs what i’m reading here. Please correct me if i’m wrong.

Ebay: $268.00 – $324.00 per $7,000 item I sell +$59.95 per month Premium store fee’s (including all listing enhancements)

Amazon $1050 + Listing charges (if applicable) + $39.00 / month (i’m unaware if Amazon has listing enhancements)

From What I gather, If i sell 1 (one) high end item per month it would break down to the following based on a $7,000.00 item sale

Granted this is based on 1 (one) Sale per month, But if a seller has a total of the same dollar amount in a month as I sell for one item, would it not add up to the same figures?

IE: $7,000 a month in sales – Ebay $327.00 to $383.00 vs Amazon $1089.00

Unless i’m missing something there is no comparison between the two in relation to higher end items in terms of sale costs, and I would venture to say that the percentages wouldn’t make sense on lower end items either at those rates. Since i include free shipping that’s not a factor either.

Maybe i missed something entirely, ( it’s 7:28am, snowed in, and first cup of coffee! lol) or maybe Amazon is for people that need more exposure with their items unlike mine which are specialty items that I don’t have to advertise because the people that want them actually come looking specifically for them. – That could be the difference i’m guessing, that the people are paying extra for exposure to more people or just need a “Store” to sell an item for a set price.

The other advantage to Amazon over Ebay that I can attest to, is Ebay’s search can be a nightmare!

Even when choosing categories it will show you items not even closely related to what you’re looking for so you have to be wise in keyword placement and use to allow customers to find you.

I truly loved your article, You’re very informative! The breakdown is fantastic and love the great way that you have helped others with questions! If i’m missing something, please let me know.

(sorry for making a book out of a question lol)

Thanks in advance!

Thank you for your comment John! I am glad you find our articles interesting and you are reading our blog.

Your extensive comparison between Amazon and E-bay was interesting to read. We’ve created this article precisely for e-commerce owners to get a good understanding on what the fees are if they wish to start selling on Amazon. I can understand that the differences in fees are important when it comes to different platforms but it ultimately comes down to making an assessment and weighting in on the costs as well as on the rest of the details when choosing a platform over another. Amazon for instance is leading when it comes to being customer centric and having clear and strict policies to protect its customers as well as help sellers offer the best customer experience. E-bay on the other side, same as you explained, has smaller fees which for some business is a stronger point.

Ultimately both platforms have their target audience both in terms of customers and in terms of sellers, so having an analysis that comprises costs as well as the perks of the platform is important before taking a decision.

Since your products are very targeted, with no or little competition and your buyers know exactly what they are looking for, then your rationale can be applied. Another approach would be to try the Amazon platform as well and see if the extended database of buyers, the tools that Amazon offers to help sellers is balancing those costs.

One detail that we’ve missed to address in the post is that they categories with the highest referral fees are Kindle, Fire TV and Amazon devices (with a 45% referral fee) and then the watches and jewelry come next with 20%, whereas most of the other categories are in the 15% and less referral fee.

Amazon as well as E-bay is ultimately a platform that brings your products in front of millions of users and lets you benefit from the brand awareness they built over so many years (think of it like this: if you buy a watch on amazon or on e-bay and your friend asks you where did you buy it from, you will most likely say I bought it on Amazon/e-bay and not I bought it from seller x on amazon/e-bay).

With regards to your calculations, on the Amazon side they are correct and if you want to base your business decision of entering a new platform on that, then that it is perfectly fine, else you can research more into the non-monetary advantages and disadvantages of each platform.

I hope this helps.

I’m having a little difficulty calculating which option is going to be best for me (if any of the options actually are)

I have a Skydiving site https://skydivenow.co.uk and am looking at selling some of the helmets on Amazon. They are £215 and £325 per unit – I’ll assume that only 3 of each per month are sold to begin with using the Amazon platform….

Can you tell me what this would cost me using the Amazon platform if I dispatch these items to the buyer directly, so not using the FBA system (which I understand is slightly more expensive)

Thank you for following our blog and for your comments.

The Amazon platform would be a good choice since your offer is brought forward to a lot of customers. However, it is ultimately your decision based on the costs and the advantages and disadvantages weighted in.

With regards to the costs it would imply to sell on Amazon, those would be as following: $39.99/month (this is the pro merchant fee) and the 12% referral fee (the helmets are part of the Automotive Parts and Accessories so a 12% referral fee applies).

I hope this helps!

Hi.. I am looking at selling a portable sauna on Amazon for $600. What type of fees would I be looking at?

The portable sauna should be listed under the Health and Personal Care category. The Referral fee for this category is 15%. Please keep in mind that this category is gated and available to Professional Sellers only.

Health & Personal Care category requirements:

– Seller must sell on Amazon as a Pro Merchant.

– Seller must provide Amazon with acceptable documentation and other information they request about the products you intend to sell. After you request approval to sell in the Health & Personal Care category, they will contact you with additional information.

– All Health & Personal Care products must be new. Amazon does not allow any used products.

Can you give me a specific breakdown of the fees per category and sub- category if applicable? It states 6% to 50% but it doesn’t state the exact fee per category. Is that possible? I would really appreciate any help you could give me. Thank you so much!!

You can find all Amazon fees detailed under the pricing tab here. And the breakdown per category can be checked here.

i’m new to selling. I am a light seller so I chose personal account. It wants to charge me Amazon Referral Fee

$44.85. Is that a monthly fee or a one time fee just to sell one item?

Thank you for your comment!

The Referral Fee is charged for each item sold and is calculated as a percentage of sale price (the percentage varies depending on the category you are selling in).

Just out of curiosity, what are you selling?

What a wonderful service you are providing! My question: is there a listing to determine percentage fees by category? If we want to sell on multiple selling areas lets say both Health and Grocery… how would the percentages breakdown. I understand the percentages can vary between 8-15% and higher!

I would like to sell (as one item) approx 200 cassette tapes: gospel music from 70s and 80s. Includes early Bill Gaither, Amy Grant, quartets that are well-known but no longer active, etc. Probably charge $300. What would the pricing structure look like?

Thank you for writing in and for following our blog.

The pricing structure first depends if you have a pro merchant account or an individual account.

For the individual plan you will pay the $0.99 per each item sold + the referral fee of 15% (of sale price) + the variable closing fee ($1.35)

For the professional plan you will pay $39.99 per month + the above referral fee and variable closing fee.

I hope this helps.

One short question regarding the payment system for the “Pro Merchant” account.

I registered on 3rd of March (2017).

I payed the first $39.99.

When will I pay the next $39.99?

Will they be automatically deducted from my credit card or I will receive a notification regarding the payment for the second month?

Thank you for your question and for following our blog!

Amazon will automatically deduct the payment from your credit card that you have attached to your Amazon selling account. It’s important to make sure you always have sufficient funds on the credit card.

Depending on your bank, you can receive a notification from your bank whenever a charge went through on your account.

Please let me know if this helps and if you have other questions or concerns and we will be happy to help.

We are professional manufacturer of womans handbags and want to sell on Amazon but have some questions. We will be glad to take some explanations.

1.We want to sell professionally. And we understand that this category is available only for professionals. So we should pay 39.99$/month. But from what time should we pay before we will start working or after month of selling?

Also it is hard to understand some cases. For these category we need to pay 15% per item but we have question: from what sum should we pay these %?May be it will be understandable if we ask you to understand us from the example?

For example, we want to sell handbag for 50$/per item. But don’t understand what will be better and how will be percentage to Amazon. We ask you to clarify two examples:

2.We send 200 bags to Amazon storage for example and in this case we should pay delivery cost to Amazon warehouse from Belarus (we are from Belarus) then we should pay another monthly storage fee (approx. 0.24$/per item), then we should pay another fee for repacking and delivery from Amazon warehouse to final customer(approx. 5.35$).So in these case we need to pay 7.5$(15% from 50$) of referral fees+delivery fees to our transport company that deliver to Amazon warehouse+monthly storage fee to Amazon per item (0.24$/per item per month)+5.35$ to Amazon for delivery to final client. So we will receive 50$-7.5$-0.24$-5.35$=36.21$-XXX$ (for delivery to Amazon’s warehouse from Belarus). Are we right in these calculations?

3.If yes, there is another question:if some items will be not popular and it will be on Amazon warehouse we don’t want to pay monthly storage fee (0.24$). Is it possible to deliver it back or make a big discount on these item to sell it anyway?

4.Second example is that we will send our handbag to final client(customer) from Belarus not from Amazon warehouse.50$-7.5$=42.5$-XXX$ (for delivery from Belarus to final client).Are we right in these calculations?

5.Can we sell our handbags at amazon.com,amazon.de,amazon.fr,amazon.es,amazon.co.uk,amazon.ca,amazon.it simultaneously? In this case we need to use each Amazon’s warehouse?I mean if it will be at amazon.it we need to use italian warehouse, if amazon.fr we need to send our goods to french warehouse? Or Amazon has one storage for whole european market?Also interesting what kind of cost will be for delivery from Amazon warehouse across EU.Will it be different as in the USA (5.35$)

6.What kind of documents we need to start working with Amazon?Certificates, codes, etc.? We are not EU country.

7.Will Amazon give us selling statistic in real-time or only once a month, for example?

8.As we are not EU country can Amazon send us our proceeds to our belarussian bank?We have account in $ on our territory, or they can not because $ is not our national currency and we are not in their converter list?

Sorry for a long story, but we want to clarify this situation before we start.

Thank you for sending over your questions and for following our blog. Please excuse my late reply here.

I’ll address your questions one at a time:

1. In order to start selling on Amazon as a Pro Merchant you will need to set up your account as such. The charges will be processed at the moment you set up your Pro Merchant account and afterwards you will be enabled to start selling on Amazon.

2. Yes, the calculations you made are correct. To help you get accurate calculations you can use the Amazon FBA calculator here.

3. It is possible to ask for a removal shipping from Amazon back to Belarus. However, this can prove costly so you can decide to sell them at a cheaper price. Both options that you have suggested are possible but you will need to calculate which one is cheaper.

4. Yes, the calculation is correct. Same as above you can use the Amazon calculator for this scenario as well as for the FBA scenario to see them in parallel.

5. Yes, you can definitely sell your items on all venues. You will need a seller account for US and one for Europe. (in Europe you have what we call a unified account option – namely, you open just one seller account and you are enabled to list your items on all European venues. Amazon will store the items at a central warehouse from where they will be delivered depending on the region/country you get orders from)

6.You can check out your eligibility to sell on Amazon here. Belarus is one of the counties that is eligible. You will need to be a resident of the country, have a local phone number and an internationally chargeable credit card.

7. Once you set up your Amazon selling account you will have access to a lot of reports and dashboards and you can configure them to check out your sales on a daily basis or monthly depending on the way you want to run your business.

8. You will need to have an internationally billable bank account.

Please let me know if my answers were clear. We have an inhouse service for either coaching where we can answer any questions you may have or take over certain processes from you, as well as an International Expansion service where we help you set up your Amazon account. You can read more about our services in the links below:


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