Get Your Money Back By Amazon Refund Service Amazon owing you money, this will sound impossible given that they have a well-oiled mechanism in terms of transactions and payments. But this is very much possible if you are a seller and your number of transactions runs into thousands per month with the number of customers. The complete process of customer ordering an item, Amazon processing it, passing the order to Seller, picking up orders from Seller, shipping it to customers are main parts of the process. Orders run through many parts and can be cancelled or returned at multiple levels. This will initiate the requirement of the Amazon refund service. Amazon refund service firms can help you in the below scenarios: Inventories lost in the warehouse: If orders are cancelled due to the reason the package is misplaced in the warehouse and missing physical inspection, the refund is not initiated. • Damaged inventory: IF your order once reaches Amazon warehouse and it’s damaged during movement to the customer, this initiates a refund process. • Overcharging: You might need help with the process if Amazon charged you a bit more for a shipment due to the domatium of the product is not matching with original product design, and leading to addition box needs to be procured. • Amazon didn’t receive the product in the warehouse: This is a rare but possible scenario where Seller sends the product to Amazon using their logistics, but it never reaches to Amazon warehouse. This will require a lengthy process of reshipping and settling the transaction amount. • How does Amazon refund services work? It would be best if you created a separate credential for them to access your FBA accounts. They do the complete due diligence of the wholesale process and do a thorough audit of all sale log entries. This is followed up with the creation of documentation involving all justification to raise a claim. They ensure that all claims are raised, keeping in time the whole cycle it takes for Amazon to process the claim so that it doesn’t look to be a roadblock.