Amazon Business Verification can be a nightmare for sellers.
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I don’t think there’s been a single Amazon issue that is more frustrating than the business verification process.
Years ago, business verification only applied to brand new sellers. To open the account, you would open it, then Amazon would ask for information, phone number, credit card, name, address, blah, blah, blah. And once you were past it, you were off and selling. Then I guess about three years ago, Amazon changed the business solutions agreement. That’s your contract with Amazon. They opened up this business verification craziness to experienced sellers and new sellers alike.
Briana just won a huge business verification suspension. She got the seller reinstated, an advanced seller, and here are just some of the things that Briana provided: driver’s license, bank information, phone bill, internet bill. By using all of this information with a well-written plan of action, Briana was able to get this seller reinstated and they are doing business right now on amazon.com.
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Here’s what you need to know if Amazon wants you to verify your business:
You need to take all your documents, literally, this is what we recommend, print them all out, lay them all out on your dining room table, and look at each one and try and figure out where there is a discrepancy.
Maybe your address is different between one document and another, maybe your name is spelled differently, maybe your middle initial is used on one document and it’s not on the other, maybe there are other differences in the email addresses on the documents, maybe the documents have different Amazon accounts on them because you’re running more than one account.
Here’s the point. Look at the documents with a fine tooth comb, find the discrepancies, and then address them if you’ve already sent them to Amazon, or get them fixed and only send in perfect documents that Amazon staff cannot poke any holes in. That’s how you can get past the business verification.