It might seem a little intimidating to set up your Amazon Seller account, especially if this is your first online retail business. Luckily, we at Uplaunch360 are here to help you set up your seller account on amazon so that you start selling in no time. We offer our expert account set up consultancy service to help you answer critical questions such as –
- Deciding your business structure: Sole proprietor or LLC
- Seller Account Plan: Professional or Individual
- Tax Interview Process
- Document requirements for submitting to Amazon
- Amazon Account Setup Consultancy
- Seller Central Account Setup
- Query resolution
How it works
Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ'S)
Amazon Seller Central is where individual sellers, brands and merchant’s login to manage and list their products on Amazon
You will need the following information -
- Business Info: You’ll need your business’s legal name, address, and any relevant contact details associated with it.
- Email Address: Don’t use your personal email, but rather the business email. Amazon will be sending you important emails regularly and shortly after you register, so make sure the email address is valid and working.
- Credit Card: Whether you use your personal card or one specifically for the business, you’ll need to make sure it’s internationally chargeable and has a valid billing address. Take note that Amazon will stop your registration if the card number isn’t valid, so enter the numbers carefully.
- Phone Number: This doesn’t have to be your business phone number, but rather one that Amazon can reach you at during the registration process. Also, make sure to have your phone nearby in case they do call.
- Tax Information: Depending on where you’re selling from, the exact tax information required may vary. For example, U.S. sellers have the option to input either their Social Security Number (SSN) or their business’s Federal Tax ID Number, so check beforehand which you’ll need. While you’re on this step, you’ll be temporarily rerouted to a page where your tax information will be submitted and verified, then back to the actual registration process.
- Bank Account Information: Lastly, you’ll need to enter in bank account information for your deposits once you sell things so you can get paid for them. All you have to do is log on to your bank account and find the necessary numbers for direct deposit, like account and routing number.
Amazon seller accounts differ in pricing based on the plan you choose.
The Individual Amazon seller plan costs $0.99 for each item sold and the Professional plan costs $39.99 per month.
Both plans have referral and variable closing fees.