Amazon Reimbursement Guide (Part 1)

If you’ve been selling on Amazon for a while and you’ve never reconciled your inventory adjustments with Amazon’s reimbursement report, chances are Amazon owes you some money. When Amazon damages your inventory, a case is opened internally.  From here on, a reimbursement is applied to your account in the form of cash or in kind. When this happens, you’ll receive an email notification that looks something like this. However, you are not necessarily reimbursed for everything you’re owned initially. Without inventory scrutiny by way of adjustments and returns monitoring, it is likely you may lose money. We’ve crafted a guide to help you understand Amazon’s FBA reimbursement policy, which will show you how to reconcile your inventory manually. Below are... View Article

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Leanseller Just Got a Whole Lot Better

We have been hard at work here at Leanseller (that’s a royal we BTW) to make the app better and bug free. I hope the app looks a lot nicer now compared to what it used to a few weeks ago. Underneath the pretty UI, we’ve managed to hunt down and fix some nasty bugs that were lingering unnoticed. Here is quick rundown of the new features we added in the past few weeks: Leanseller is now mobile friendly If you’ve ever wanted to check your stats while you are away from your desk, Leanseller can now be used on mobile and tablet with an improved UI. The number of features available on the mobile version are less than the desktop version but I... View Article

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