Amazon has finally fixed the automatic account deactivation problem face by sellers around the world, including Amazon Pakistani seller account also.
Vendors were informed by Amazon that their accounts would no longer be deleted without their consent, but they were still required to apply account health regulations correctly.
For sellers around the world, the introduction of Amazon’s new “Account Health Rating” policy is welcome news. According to the aforementioned policy, sellers must maintain an account health rating of at least 250; however, if it drops below that level, sellers are given an additional 10 days to raise their rating.
Amazon Vendor Account
According to Amazon, vendors’ accounts won’t be immediately deleted if they fall short of the required health rating. Instead, if customers continue to not meet Amazon’s requirements, they will only receive an email warning before their accounts are cancelled.
Amazon wants to relax seller criteria and rules with the implementation of this strategy, but it also hopes to restore any lost faith caused by rising economic anxiety and weak sales growth.
This information is released on the same day that Amazon began terminating workers in its device division in an effort to “do more with less,” following in the footsteps of other internet behemoths like Meta, Spotify, Twitter, etc. More information is available at the following page.
Account Health Rating Policy
Currently, only Canada and the United States have implemented the new Account Health Rating policy; but, in the coming months, more nations will begin to follow suit. Although the exact date of implementation in Pakistan is unknown, we will probably have to wait till the next year.
In August of this year, Amazon terminated 13,000 accounts in Pakistan, and the Punjabi cities of Mian Chanu and Sahiwal were designated as “red zones” for fraud. It was discovered that the sellers operating in these locations were engaging in illegal activity.
Sharing is Caring, don’t forget to share POST with your friends