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The one and only "Amazon Webstore" (or dropshipping?)

Discussion in 'Dropshipping & Wholesale Hookups' started by themich, Aug 28, 2012.

  1. themich

    themich Newbie

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    Hi there,

    We all know it isn't a sustainble system to do this as an eBay seller, but I'd like to sell stuff on my own website, and each time a customer orders put in an order on Amazon and let them ship it directly to my customer.

    1. Can I still opt for an invoice-less parcel without Amazon logo?
    2. Does Amazon mind that I do this?

    I read about the Amazon Webstore, which is basically an Amazon turnkey solution for e-commerce.
    http://webstore.amazon.co.uk/​
    It sucks though, because customers need an Amazon log-in to order and basically won't return to you after one sale.



    Any blackhats out there applying this or s.th. similar?

    Thank you all.
     
  2. ContentQueen

    ContentQueen Newbie

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    To answer your question, no, they will not ship your items without an Amazon logo. This would require that they have an unlimited supply of your own invoices on hand. And even then, you would probably be the only one with such a request. However, the customer service team is really flexible usually with my Amazon Webstore. I've wanted to customize emails for my shipping time (I dont use their fulfillment service) and although they advise against it they are very willing to back you up with customers as long as you keep within good standing.
     
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  3. ContentQueen

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    Use another service. it's too expensive and not worth it. AW's are terrible for optimization and the fulfillment is just another money vacuum