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March 13, 2019
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Amazon has announced a future update to No Carton Content Labeling (No CCL) chargeback rates affecting their vendors. Amazon is increasing the No CCL chargeback from $5 per carton to $15 per carton. This applies to vendors that consistently have a compliance rate of 10% or less. Vendors with a compliance rate above 10% will

August 17, 2017

Amazon has announced a new fulfillment center non-compliance chargeback called No Show. A carrier will receive the No Show chargeback if they miss a confirmed delivery slot without cancelling or rescheduling the appointment in advance. This is in the interest of keeping Amazon’s fulfillment centers running smoothly and on-schedule. Carriers may start receiving notifications about

August 7, 2017

Amazon has announced that it will be merging three related chargebacks. This will help simplify Amazon’s purchase order fulfillment compliance structure. The new chargeback is called PO On-Time Accuracy. Effective September 1, 2017, it will consolidate the PO On-Time Non-Compliance, Excessive Backorder, and Unfilled by Cancel Date chargebacks. If you work with Amazon, what does

July 26, 2017

Amazon will be changing their public-facing IP address ranges on August 28, 2017 at 0:00 (midnight) PST. The change will apply to both AS2 and SFTP protocols. If you trade with Amazon and use a firewall to block any inbound or outbound traffic by IP, it’s important to consider how the change will affect your