How to reduce Amazon fees & increase profit

By Chris Dawson February 24, 2021 - 9:00 am

RegisterDo you want to know how to reduce Amazon fees and increase your profits? If you’re an Amazon FBA seller than sign up now for our webinar on the 3rd of March with Yoni Mazor, COO & Co-Founder of Getida. He will discuss the main fees that Amazon charges and how they impact your sales.

While you can’t reduce Amazon fees from the headline rates, you can reclaim a lot of fees which you are probably unaware of, things happen like units can get lost, damaged, disposed, disappeared, disposed or get overcharged with a myriad of fees that you shouldn’t be paying but have to manually reclaim. Yoni will reveal how he learned to reclaim these fees and reckons that most merchants could be missing out on 1% to 3% of their annual FBA revenue in fees that they could reclaim if only they knew about them.

In this webinar you’ll learn what fees Amazon charge and which ones you could be claiming refunds for. Knowing what you can claim and obtaining the refunds will increase your profits and it’s money that belonged to you in the first place.

Yoni will tell you how to claim as many refunds as possible to reduce Amazon fees and increase your profits. Then, if you want to reclaim even more fees, Yoni will reveal how Getida can reclaim the fees that you didn’t find yourself and even better they can look back up to 18 months on your Amazon FBA transactions so you’ll get a cash influx that’s just sitting there waiting for you.

So, what are you waiting for? Reserve your spot for this insightful webinar on Wednesday the 3rd of March at 2pm UK time.

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