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Fulfillment to Amazon

Max Zitney, co-Founder of Ships-A-Lot

Max Zitney is a serial entrepreneur with a passion for ecommerce and customer service. He runs a highly popular twitter account @JackTheCEO where he acts like a dog and takes pictures of his yorkie named Jack.


max@shipsalot.com

Max Zitney, co-Founder of Ships-A-Lot

Max Zitney is a serial entrepreneur with a passion for ecommerce and customer service. He runs a highly popular twitter account @JackTheCEO where he acts like a dog and takes pictures of his yorkie named Jack.


max@shipsalot.com

Fulfillment to Amazon

Fulfilling your orders is our specialty. Whether it's direct to your customer via you eCommerce store or if you need your products shipped to Amazon FBA, we can do it all. If you are utilizing Amazon Vendor Express or regular FBA and need your products shipped out to an Amazon warehouse we have the ability to do this. We work with our clients to make sure everything meets Amazon's packaging and shipping guidelines. 

When shipping your products to FBA you must meet their guidelines or you will be charged a fee for each step done incorrectly (Amazon likes to call these fees chargebacks). We make sure FBA guidelines are followed precisely to ensure that your items arrive the way Amazon intends.

Amazon has a lot of power once they have your products. Power in sales but also power in the way that they can determine if your product is in a condition to be sold. Items leave our warehouse in new undamaged condition and are transported to FBA using UPS. Once the items are received by FBA they are assessed for damage or guideline screwups. At this point, they can toss out your product if they think it looks damaged. Sometimes they will send you a picture via your Amazon account to show you the problem that they found. When I was testing FBA with JerkyXP we sent jerky to Amazon and they refused to inventory ten packs because they were "damaged". I know for a fact that damaging jerky takes a little more than a UPS ride down the road. This makes me wonder what kind of power Amazon does have when your product arrives. 

In conclusion, we at Ships-a-Lot can handle all your shipping needs. We want to make your life easier and give you the time to grow your business. Reach out and see how we can make a difference in your entrepreneurial journeys.


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