Account Re-instatement

One of the most difficult things you’ll have to deal with as a seller is having your account suspended. If you ask other sellers, they’ll tell you that reactivating your Amazon seller account is difficult, especially if you have no prior experience with the system. Following that, here are some steps you may do to get your account reinstated quickly.

You won’t be able to contact Amazon for support if you’re suspended. One thing you should know is that Amazon has temporarily suspended your account for a reason. You’ll almost certainly have to deal with everything on your own.

1. Figure out why you've been suspended in the first place

The first step is to figure out why your account was first suspended. You will have difficulty moving forward if you are unable to do so. If you want to be successful in developing your strategy, you must first ensure that the first step is completed correctly.

2. Read the notice from Amazon regarding the suspension

Amazon will provide a rationale for suspending your seller account. Don’t worry; your account will not be suspended without cause. This ensures that Amazon considered the reason for your account’s flagging. To double-check, you can look over the various causes.

3. Take a look at the information provided by your seller

When you’re attempting to figure out why your account has been suspended, relying on Amazon’s suspension message isn’t enough. You should also check your seller profile to determine if any of your listings, products, or customer reviews are incorrect. This information is accessible through your seller account’s “Customer Metrics” section.

4. Make a strategy for how you're going to proceed

Without a suspension appeal letter, you won’t be able to reclaim your Amazon seller account. The reinstatement process will be supported by this letter. You must now proceed with the creation of your action plan after conducting an investigation and gathering facts.