Amazon Finally Fixes Account Deactivation Issues Faced by Pakistani Sellers
Amazon finally fixes account deactivation issues faced by Pakistani sellers. Amazon has solved issues related to the automatic deactivation of accounts for sellers all over the world including Pakistan.
Amazon announced to customers that accounts would not be automatically shut down however, they have to be sure to follow the correct implementation of the policies for health of their accounts.
Amazon’s new “Account Health Rating’ (HR) policy is coming as a major win for sellers across the world. In accordance with the new policy sellers are required to maintain their health score above the threshold of 250. If it decreases, they’ll be granted 10 days to increase their rating.
According to Amazon when sellers fail to meet the required health rating the account will not be removed immediately. Instead, they’ll be informed via an email, however, in the event that they do not meet Amazon’s standards the account will be removed from service.
With such a policy Amazon does not just want to loosen rules and requirements for sellers and regulations, but also to establish trust that was slipping due to economic worries and slow sales growth.
The news comes on the same day that Amazon announced that it would be laying off its employees in the device industry in order to “do more with less” as do other tech giants such as Meta, Spotify, Twitters and others. More details are available on the following link.
New Account Health rating policy is only being implemented within Canada in Canada and the United States for now, however, in the coming monthsit is expected to be expanding to other countries too. It’s not clear what time it will take to implement it in Pakistan but it is likely that we will be waiting until the next year.
It is important to note that in August the year in question, Amazon shut down 13,000 accounts from Pakistan as well as two cities in Pakistan, Mian Chanu and Sahiwal in Punjab were declared to be fraud red zones. The sellers operating in these regions were found engaged in fraud actions.