Before listing products for Fulfillment by Amazon, it's important to know what the policies and requirements that impact you as a seller using Amazon to fulfill orders for your products.
Customers can leave feedback for you on orders fulfilled by Amazon. Negative feedback related to order fulfillment or customer service provided by Amazon can be stricken through. For more information, see Customer Feedback for FBA Listings.
Amazon's return policies determine how FBA customer returns are handled and under what circumstances you may be eligible for a full or partial reimbursement for a return accepted by Amazon. For more information, see Customer Returns for Orders Placed on Amazon.
You are responsible for replacements, refunds, and returns for multi-channel fulfillment orders. For more information, see Customer Service for Multi-Channel Fulfillment Orders.
You may be eligible for a full or partial reimbursement for inventory that is either lost or damaged when it is under Amazon's control (damaged by an Amazon partnered carrier, in the fulfillment center, or during delivery to a customer). For more information, see FBA Lost and Damaged Inventory Reimbursement Policy.
Some products require prior approval before you can sell them on Amazon. In addition, there are certain products that either cannot by sold using FBA, or must meet certain requirements before they can be sold using FBA. For more information, see FBA Product Restrictions.
Certain requirements, including requirements for labeling, packaging, and shipping inventory, must be met for inventory shipped to Amazon fulfillment centers. For more information, see Inventory Requirements.