Listed below are upcoming changes to Amazon’s program policies.
The following change will enter into effect on March 29, 2022:
We are adding the Unsuitable inventory investigations policy as a new program policy. Under this policy, if there is suspicion that a seller may have been engaged in the sale of counterfeit products or other illegal goods at Amazon, we may require additional information regarding the affected FBA inventory. If the requested information is not provided, or we find after investigation that the inventory constitutes Unsuitable Units, we may dispose of it.
We are making changes to the Amazon Marketplace Fair Pricing Policy. These changes will go into effect in 15 days, that is, April 24, 2021.
The key changes are summarized below:
Your continued use of Selling Services after April 24, 2021, constitutes your acceptance of the updated policy.
As always, our goal is to help you and all our selling partners continue to succeed with Amazon and grow your businesses around the world. Thank you for being an Amazon Selling Partner.
Effective October 15, 2020, we are updating our Supply Chain Standards page to provide details about our existing policy and help you adhere to these guidelines. Our standards include the Amazon supplier code of conduct, which requires that products be manufactured in safe, healthy, and inclusive work environments. The Supply Chain Standards page also provides information about why standards are important, how we implement them, and the potential consequences for violations. We are not changing our supplier code of conduct as part of this update. See the updates here.
From November 19, 2020, our Communication Guidelines are being updated with additional information related to Buyer-Seller messages. See the updates here (link updated on 04/11/2020).