In general, you may not since all the data, such as card, IP address, name, home address, etc, that you used during the registration are kept by the Amazon databases. Therefore, if you create a new account and use some of the data again, both accounts may be linked and suspended.
Therefore, consider selling your Amazon seller account if you feel that you don't want to sell on that E-commerce platform anymore.
P.S. However, it is absolutely OK if you setup a company and register a new account with that company.
In short: 1. We check the store 2. We send you our offer 3. You accept the offer 4. We sign a contract (if needed) 5. We pay you money 6. You give us the access 7. We transfer the account according to the contract and provide you with reports. The full transfer takes 3-5 days.
Note: We are transparent and open to a discussion. Every part of the process is absolutely negotiable. If, for example, you feel uncomfortable with our plan, you may erase some of the sensitive data (such as tax id or credit card) before transferring the account over.
1. We share all the details and information regarding the store 2. You accept the offer 3. We send you the invoice 4. You pay the invoice 5. We provide you with the access 6. We assist you with transferring the account
The Personal Safety and Household category is hot these days. Therefore, it is under strict control from Amazon.
Luckily for you, we are offering the approval service for this specific category. However, we cannot give you a 100% guarantee that the category will be approved. In case of failure, we provide a full moneyback.
When becoming an Amazon seller there are two order fulfillment options: Fulfillment By Amazon (abbreviated FBA) or Fulfillment by Merchant (abbreviated FBM).
As the majority of small businesses that start on Amazon do so to leverage the company’s huge logistics capabilities, the cast majority opt for FBA.
In general, 67% opt for FBA with just 7% choosing only FBM. The remainder uses a mix of both.
COVID-19 has changed the situation significantly. As Amazon temporarily paused or limited new shipments to their warehouses, the majority of sellers turned to third-party logistics (3PL) providers to start selling as FBM sellers.
The limits have not been lifted completely till now.