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nalinpras

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Posted on: 07 May, 2017 8:35 AM  
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Hi friends

I plan to introduce new item as fba seller with new listing.

How ever I cannot afford to start private labeling at the moment.

So what I plan is order a small amount of inventory as oem product first and start selling.

When my item has good reviews I like to sell the same item as private label product.

Now you know my intention.

Well my question is can I request or do myself, change the same listing to include my brand name once I started to import and srll branded product. Or do I need to open new listing from the scratch.
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Arizona Dave

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Posted on: 07 May, 2017 8:56 AM   in response to: nalinpras in response to: nalinpras
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If another seller adds their product to the same ASIN and has more of what is called Detail Page Control than you do, you will not be able to edit the ASIN, if you have the Detail Page Control of the ASIN, you can pretty much change whatever you want. Y

If you do not have Detail Page Control, you can have Amazon change the ASIN for you if you provide Amazon with proof it needs to be changed.
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Lake

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Posted on: 07 May, 2017 9:07 AM   in response to: nalinpras in response to: nalinpras
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The product is a different product if you change the brand.

Do not assume you can.

Do not assume you will not be suspended if you do.

Do not assume the reviews remain relevant.

Do not assume that you will ever sell enough to reorder and rebrand.

Edited by: Lake on May 7, 2017 9:08 AM
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