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I remember last year most people were saying new accounts go into review after they cross "around" $750 ... now it seems most new ones go into review after just the first two or three sales

One thing I have found out is that if you don't input your bank account disbursement information right away on a new account (just leave it empty) you can usually sell a bit longer without going into a immediate review

Is it true that if you wait to get some feedback first before you start selling alot, your account is alot less likely to go into review?
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FACT: All accounts will go into a review at some point. Most times sooner than ever. It also depends how fast you are selling and what you are selling, but it shouldn't matter when it goes into review, because you know amazon is a beast and there is no room for significant error on amazon.

MYTH: Accounts are reviewed at $750.

MYTH: Wait To sell To get feedback, is false. If you have nothing to hide, and your products wont cause issues, then sell away. Feedback is hard to get on amazon, so the more sales the higher chance you have to get positive feedback
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FEEDBACK is the key to passing or not getting reviewed at all... But you need to keep getting feedback. You cant sell 10 item this week and get 5 feedback then next week you start selling more expensive items and get say 2 out of 10.

As azs says ALL of our accounts will be reviewed at some time so its best to get those out of the way before you really start selling and making money.
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Feedback is a nightmare, sure EB has the best feedback system. I always put in a small note in the package to leave a feedback, work half of the times
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Amazon seems to be sending out e-mails to buyers to remind of feedback too
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They do, but most of buyer don't want to spend time for feedback except for the neg one.

I got one account created like less the a week before I got my first order. Two days later I got my first feedback and it was neg with the comment "seller promised 1 week but now 4 weeks still no item"

My account get in to review right after that. I contact the buyer and ask if there is some mistake on this? Buyer removed the feedback couple days later.

They love to give neg feedback than the pos one I think
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Use feedback five for ratings, and sell some goods FBA, amazon love you selling FBA as they know whats going on..
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MYTH: Wait To sell To get feedback, is false. If you have nothing to hide, and your products wont cause issues, then sell away. Feedback is hard to get on amazon, so the more sales the higher chance you have to get positive feedback
Not all accounts going to rieview. It's perfectly possible to not have one if you keep the turnover low and have a good ratio of feedback to orders.

Also I know of multi million pound businesses with everything in order being suspended by amazon and then having their account deleted for selling too much at the start. I see your point but amazon does not always work on logic.
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I just wished their were other website and so many option to do business.....argghhh
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... but rarely to buyers actually leave that feedback
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I've never been reviewed on AMZ and have sold over 10k worth of goods.
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I've never been reviewed on AMZ and have sold over 10k worth of goods.
Nice nebuspp - would you classify your goods as low risk? Did you sell slowly in the first month?
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... but rarely to buyers actually leave that feedback
Part of the big problem :(
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This is a real nightmare, i even gave some freebies for feedback on AZ but guess what

NO ONE LEAVES A FEEDBACK

I do not know what it is with these feedback, the best feedback awards system goes to EB
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One account I have bad for 2 weeks and grossed over $1000 with low risk items FBA. No review or tax request. I opened mine as a buyer and then a regular seller and then pro. Seems to be the best way to go.
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Nice nebuspp - would you classify your goods as low risk? Did you sell slowly in the first month?
Hmm...the items I sell are generic electronics. That go $40 - $200. I'm not sure if that's high risk or not. I did give then my EIN before selling tho and have been paying the monthly seller fee for over 6 months before beginning to sell.
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Default Re: Is there any method to avoid a "Seller Account Review" for as long as possible ..

The only way to GUARANTEE no review is to not sell
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