A RESELLER has made thousands in just four months and has shared what brought her so much success.
Dey said she made $15,000 in just four months with her method.
She finds food items etc. that are seasonal products, limited editions, or highly sought-after in bulk from Sam’s Clubs and other stores.
In the caption of the video, Dey said that selling through Fulfillment by Amazon has allowed her to quit her job in the medical field.
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She added that people doubted she would be successful at first, but she took a chance on herself with it.
“I started selling 4months ago and never looked back! I was working in the medical field, had tons of bills, and wasn’t able to spend much time with my kids,” Dey said.
“After seeing others like me reselling on Amazon I figured what’s the worst that could happen??
“Little did I know I ended up quitting my full-time job to pursue Amazon FBA full-time.
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“Fast forward to today, I’ve already generated over 15k in sales and counting.
“I have the flexibility to be present with my children, take them to school, pick them up, we never miss our kids games and then some!
“If you’re looking for a flexible schedule that you can control Amazon FBA is for you.”
Fulfillment by Amazon is run through its Amazon Marketplace which allows independent sellers to be third-party shippers and make a profit from it.
The platform “is an e-commerce platform owned and operated by Amazon that enables third-party sellers to sell new or used products directly to consumers on a fixed-price online marketplace alongside Amazon’s regular offerings,” according to Amazon.
Amazon said independent sales make up more than 60% of its sales.
The professional selling plan costs $39.99 per month, no matter how many items are sold.
To sell food on Amazon you have to work under Amazon’s Professional Selling Plan, according to pixelfymeblog.
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You have to give Amazon records/documentation for the products provide certain details about the services you will provide, and keep a product invoice.
There has to be less than one percent of orders with defects, less than 2.5 percent cancel rates, and a less than 4 percent late shipment rate.
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