Learn how an Amazon FBA Seller can obtain reimbursements for returns initiated past the 30 day return policy

March 23, 2017 , In: Amazon FBA Seller Tutorials , With: No Comments
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There are times when Amazon allows customers to return a product after the 30-day return period has ended. When this happens, the seller is deducted the amount of the order but being that the return was initiated after the 30-day return period, Amazon must reimburse the seller. However, sometimes they do not. We check to make sure you’re being compensated for these transactions.

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