Fair Pricing Policy


#1

Does anyone know why Amazon would deactivate multiple listings saying my pricing is too high on FBM? Example is a product that i am selling for $5, Amazon is suggesting a sell at the reference price of $1.77 which is far below the Cogs, shipping fee’s and referral fee. The kicker is that another seller has the buybox for $5.88 and they are selling FBM too. This seems unreasonably unfair.


#2

This is Amazon policy. I recommend looking up the ‘Fair Pricing Policy’ in seller help or in google.


#3

Yes, we do know why, the really short answer provided by @ABC_23. And the long Amazon got sued by a lot of states because of $4,000.00 shipping on a roll of toilet paper and $300.00 bottled water during a hurricane. In the long ago times. Basically, Sellers misbehaved, and we all suffer the consequences.


#4

That is cheap shipping! Where can I buy that? Asking for a few dozen friends!


#5

I recall that all the newspapers (ask your father, if you don’t know what those are) disagreed with you.

Must be inflation?


#6

I seem to recall news outlets tend to have issues telling truth. There can not possibly be inflation. Gas has always been 645 a gallon.

Right?


#7

Well Winston,

Are%20you%20going%20to%20believe%20what%20you%20see


#8

Yes.


#9

Hey,

Try adding Min & Max prices to your listing to avoid pricing errors by Amazon.

Example your price is $5 - add Min price $2 and Max price - $10 and update.

You can find min and max prices in “Preferences” on top right corner of Manage Inventory.