There are several items Amazon is selling that are really being sold through another company such as, Musicians Friend. Since Musicians Friend is getting the revenue for the product and shipping it from their warehouse, am I still able to make a commission through Amazon?
Should I only sell products that are being sold and shipped by Amazon only?
No, you don't have to worry about this.
Two thirds of the stuff I sell does not get shipped by Amazon and it all goes towards your total.
What happens when something comes up on an Amazon search, but is then marked as being available from an external web site rather than a Marketplace seller? I don't mean the ads that appear below the search results, but items listed in the search results, which then direct to another site.
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