Amazon also request us to upload invoices, how are we supposed to do that if they will not provide us with the buyers name?
You’ll just have to assume they are and send out a corrected invoice if they request one.
Good to see that Amazon’s continued policy of making FBM as difficult as they can possibly make it has found a new and innovative way to make life just that bit more troublesome. I honestly have no idea how people get paid for introducing this sort of micro-management policy.
I think FBM will eventually go and it will be FBA only, because the fees are higher for them this way and they will have control over the stock, outcomes and more opportunities to charge for additional services. They’re introducing admin requirement after admin requirement for FBM but never fix the fundamentals or own their own mistakes unfortunately. Disadvantaging FBM sellers means they are not offering a level playing field which is poor for consumer choice.
Personally I’m beyond being surprised at anything they implement (without announcing it) and then enforcing it in the most half-arsed yet draconian way possible. The sooner the conflict of interested is regulated the better, as it’s they only way they’ll change.