Changes to Unplanned Service Fees
When you follow Fulfillment by Amazon’s shipping guidelines and ensure that your suppliers and carriers also follow them, it enables efficient and accurate unloading, receipt, and storage of inventory at the fulfillment center.
When there are problems receiving inventory, we may perform unplanned services to accurately process products, at your cost.
Amazon will soon begin charging fees for an additional six safety-related unplanned services.
Starting November 29, 2018—before we begin to charge these new fees—we are providing a fee preview mode so you can see specific shipment issues and the new unplanned service fees that may apply in the future.
We will notify you at least one month before Amazon starts charging these fees
To access the unplanned service fee preview, go to your Shipping Queue or to the Inbound Performance report.
For more information, see Inbound performance summary and Unplanned services.
This will be lots of fun. We ship small parcel all the time and Amazon regularly miscounts these. Should be fun when sellers get suspended for inaccurate box counts when Amazon employees cannot count these properly.