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Maximising profits in Q4 through FBA reimbursements

By Chris Dawson October 13, 2021 - 10:30 am

Q4 is approaching fast and this year it’s likely to be more challenging than ever with logistics being a key battle front. Goods are waiting at ports for anything up to 12 days in a backlog, whereas normally they would be on their way to retailers in about 3 days. On top of that, carriers are still working at full capacity and when Q4 hits will be even busier. So this year is the year to focus on profitability and ensure that your business is maximising profits.

One place that is often overlooked is where you can be saving money rather than making money. Join us for a webinar on Amazon FBA auditing and reimbursements taking place on the 3rd of November at 2pm, where we aim to help you make your business is maximising profits at no cost to you.

In this webinar, you’ll learn the basics and fundamentals of FBA auditing. Amazingly, 1-3% of your Amazon FBA sales might be affected by FBA discrepancies such as inventory that gets lost, damaged, disposed of, and overcharged with fees. It is important for FBA sellers to be able to properly reconcile FBA discrepancies and get FBA reimbursements. The recovered funds can greatly help sellers keep growing their Amazon business and this is money that Amazon will happily send your way – you just have to know what to ask for and that’s what this webinar is all about.

We’ll be joined by Yoni from GETIDA, a global leader in Amazon FBA auditing and reimbursements and audits billions of dollars worth of FBA transactions daily and you will learn how your business can be maximising profits and boost your bottom line.

Register now to reserve your place or receive a replay to watch at your leisure and refer back to as soon as the webinar is over.

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