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FBA Fee Correction
Empirical evidence shows that all units you send to the Amazon FBA warehouse, are not accounted for. You are surely leaving money on the table if you are not claiming reimbursement from Amazon for the unaccounted units.
Typical errors at the FBA Warehouse are listed below :
- Loss of Inventory
- Damage of Inventory
- Destruction of Inventory
- FBA Inbound Shipment reconciliation
- Customer returns handling
- Reimbursement valuation
- Warehouse transfers
Yes, Amazon does own up to its mistakes but, only if you report the issues properly. Amazon not only owns up its mistakes but also reimburses for them.
- ChannelMAX helps you by identifying and quantifying the errors by Amazon FBA warehouse.
- ChannelMAX calculates the estimated reimbursements on signing up.
- ChannelMAX organizes these mistakes by SKU and the type of errors and creates case statements backed by data as reported by Amazon.
- The case statements are then manually posted as Amazon support cases.
- Amazon replies to the support cases within a few days, sometimes in a few hours.
- The replies are then re-validated by the ChannelMAX team, to ensure that the minimum amount of money is left on the table.
To be able to use our service you need to :
- Selling items on Amazon as FBA
- Give ChannelMax developer access to the Amazon locales of your choice
Give ChannelMAX login access to your Amazon Seller central with the following permissions :
- Manage FBA Inventory/Shipments
- Fulfilment Reports
- Payments/ Settlement Reports
- Manage Your Cases
Amazon reimburses you for the problem units. The problem units are determined by analyzing different reports that are provided by Amazon. Amazon makes you whole for the problem units in either of the following ways -
- Returning the problem units to your inventory
- Reimbursing you for the value of the item, less FBA fees, and Referral
A dedicated ChannelMax Relationship Manager will be assigned to handle your account. The Relationship Manager will be supported by the larger ChannelMAX team. The ChannelMAX team will take care of the following:
- Review your account
- File a small batch of claims with Amazon for you
- Will handle all follow-ups related to the claims submitted on your behalf
- Will contact you occasionally if a particular case needs additional documentation
No. In accordance with Amazon's Terms of Service, we do not automate any claim submissions. Your Relationship Manager reviews each potential claim and manually submits quality claims with accurate data.
There are no fixed fees or charges. ChannelMAX tries to get the money (aka reimbursements) from Amazon. Based on the money reimbursed, ChannelMAX charges a percentage of the recovered amount. We strictly adhere to Amazon's terms of service (TOS). The ChannelMAX team will work off computers located in our Chicago data center.
We accept Visa, MasterCard, and American Express. You can also pay using PayPal. Every other Monday, we'll send you an invoice of all the reimbursements we successfully recovered for you in the past two weeks. You'll have the week to review, and we'll charge the payment method stored on your account the following Monday.
Please write to support at channelmax.net if you want to cancel. As per your advice, we will cease operations.
- Post cancellation, if you want us to continue supporting any pending support cases, your Relationship Manager will continue to monitor them until they are closed.
- Once all support cases raised by us are closed, you will receive a final invoice and we will close your account. This process can take up to two weeks.
We will archive the data for thirty days after cancellation. All the PII (Personally Identifiable Information) data will be destroyed. Within 30 days, you can request a dump of your data.
Please refer to Terms & Condition for details
We will help you set up your account. As soon as you are ready, we will start by providing you with an estimate of the recoveries. We will officially commence our work, only with your written approval.