While Amazon FBA is an amazing way for 3P Sellers of all sizes to dramatically reduce their pick & pack costs – the reality is that almost all FBA Sellers with meaningful volume are missing out on hundreds & thousands of dollars worth of unclaimed FBA inventory reimbursements.
Using a combination of our software platform and our Amazon consultants – we do all the work for you.
You only pay when you receive a reimbursement and your first $100 worth of refunds are complimentary.
Your first $100 in FBA Refunds are on us:
FBA Reimbursement Scenarios
Let’s look at the first (of five) situations where we may calculate that an Amazon inventory reimbursement should be claimed by your Amazon Seller account.
Damaged Products Reimbursement (FBA Refund scenario #1 of 5)
This reimbursement is for all of the products that have been damaged at the Amazon warehouse.
Below are the steps to be followed to access the report:
- Login to Amazon Seller Central.
- Go to Report —-> Fulfillment.
- In the Inventory Tab, click on Show More option.
- Then select “Inventory Adjustment” option.
- Leave the Merchant SKU option blank and also Fulfillment Network SKU as blank.
- Select the Reason Group as “Damaged”.
- Select Event Date as per the requirement. We can select upto one year (365 Days) or even select the custom dates.
- Then, click on Generate Report.
- Once the report is generated, please copy complete information and paste it to a blank excel sheet.
- Then, sort the report either using “FN SKU” or “Merchant SKU”.
Now, we need to know which items are already reimbursed by Amazon and which are not.
- The report has the column “Reason” in it.
- There are 2 options for it in the Reason Column.
- Damaged at Amazon Fulfillment Center.
- Transfer to holding account.
- So, for each item damaged, there should be another row in the report which states that “Transfer to holding account”.
- When, there are both options, that means that item is already reimbursed by Amazon.
- Our goal is to find the items which has only “Damaged at Amazon Fulfillment Center” option and not “Transfer to holding account” option for the same SKU.
- If the same SKU is there twice with “Damaged at Amazon Fulfillment Center” option, then the other option “Transfer to holding account” option should be there twice. (or as many times the SKU is there with Damaged at Amazon fulfillment Center option)
- We need to make a list for the items which have only “Damaged at Amazon Fulfillment Center” option with out “Transfer to holding account”.
- Once that report is ready, we need to e-mail the same to Amazon Support