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Reimbursements report (overview)

The Reimbursements report provides itemized details for all reimbursements, including those requested by you and those that are generated automatically.

Reimbursements appear in your account 4-5 days after the reimbursement is approved.

Tip: For information about FBA customer refunds, see FBA customer returns report (overview).

Reimbursements also appear in the Payments report. To locate a reimbursement:


  1. In the Payments report, click Transaction view.
  2. In Filter view by, select Other.
  3. In the Product Details column, search for Balance Adjustment or FBA Inventory Reimbursement.

For the reimbursements that you requested, use the case ID in the report to view the details. For reimbursements associated with a customer refund, use the Amazon order ID in the report to view the details.

Reimbursements can take up to five days to appear in the report after they have been approved. When more than one reimbursement is processed on the same day for the same issue, they may be combined into a single transaction.

Field Definitions

Online report header Downloadable report header Description
Date approval-date The date the reimbursement was approved.
Reimbursement ID reimbursement-id The unique identifier for this reimbursement. Each reimbursement may include multiple line items.
Case ID case-id The unique identifier assigned to the case when you request a reimbursement.
Amazon Order ID amazon-order-id The unique identifier assigned to the customer order. This field is empty if the reimbursement is not associated with an order.
Reason reason The reason for the reimbursement (for example, Damaged: Warehouse).
Merchant SKU Sku The merchant SKU (stock keeping unit) is the unique identifier you assigned to your product.
FNSKU fnsku The fulfillment network SKU (stock keeping unit) is the unique identifier Fulfillment by Amazon assigned to your product.
ASIN asin An ASIN (Amazon Standard Identification Numbers) is a unique identifier assigned by Amazon to products in the Amazon product catalog. The ASIN can be found on the product detail page.
Title product-name The name of your product.
Condition condition The condition of your item (for example, New).
Quantity quantity The total number of units reimbursed for this line item.
[Does not appear in the online version] currency-unit The currency for the applicable marketplace.
Amount Per Unit amount-per-unit The per-unit reimbursement amount for this line item.
Quantity Reimbursed [Cash] quantity-reimbursed-cash The total number of units reimbursed with cash.
Amount Total amount-total The total amount of the cash reimbursement for this line item.
Quantity Reimbursed [Inventory] quantity-reimbursed-inventory The number of units reimbursed with inventory.
Quantity Reimbursed [Total] quantity-reimbursed-total The total number of units reimbursed with either cash or inventory (Quantity Reimbursed [Cash] + Quantity Reimbursed [Inventory]).
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