Amazon Seller Central goes offline and unavailable

By Chris Dawson June 30, 2016 - 10:44 am

It appears that Amazon may be having problems this morning. We’re receiving reports that Amazon Seller Central is unavailable.

Amazon say that they are working on a solution and that if you’re desperate you can call them on +44 80 0496 4205.

Here at Tamebay we know that this is probably the worst time of day for Amazon to fall over. Hopefully if you’re using a third party integrator the API is still working, but if you’re trying to print off orders, mark items as shipped, adjust inventory or create new listings then you may be unable to work until they get it fixed.

Let us know if you can log in, of if Amazon is down for you as well.

Seller Central Down

  • Stuart
    12 months ago

    Just checked, and I was able to log in.

  • Dave
    12 months ago

    It was pretty slow yesterday.

    Can’t ring them up today though!

    1 Jul 2016

    We are currently unable to provide technical support by phone. Our engineers are working to ensure that normal service is restored as soon as possible. You can still submit your enquiry via e-mail by clicking the “By e-mail” option on the Contact Us page. E-mail requests for technical support will be answered within 24 hours. (07/01 – 12:25 GMT)

  • John
    12 months ago

    My IT colleagues just informed me this morning that we havenĀ“t been receiving orders from AWS (Amazon Web Service) since yesterday 11:00 pm. Does anybody know if this has to do with Seller central going offline?

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