I signed up for an Amazon seller account recently and I got this e-mail after listing a couple items:
We are reviewing your Amazon.com seller account. During our review, you will not be able to sell on Amazon.com. If you have sales, funds will not be transferred to you during the review but will stay in your account.
Within the next 30 days, please provide the following documents and confirm there is a valid credit card on file:
–Utility bill with name and address visible –Business license –If you have active listings, include copies of invoices, receipts, contracts or delivery orders from your supplier issued in the last 90 days.
You can send files in .pdf, .png, or .gif format. These documents must be authentic and unaltered. You may remove pricing information, but the rest of the document must be visible. Please send the documents to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Once we receive your documents, we will review them and decide whether you may sell on Amazon.com again. If you do not send the requested documents within 30 days, we may cancel your listings and any funds in your account may be held for up to 90 days, but funds could be held longer.
To learn more about account reviews, search for "Selling policies" in Seller Central Help.
Seller Performance Team Amazon.com http://www.amazon.com"
What should I do about "business license"? I am just an individual selling unwanted goods I've purchased during my life. Some of them are over a decade old, so I don't have the receipt. Others, such as an iPad I'm trying to sell, don't have a receipt because I bought it used on Craigslist. Any ideas? I don't really have any "suppliers". I'm really trying to avoid getting suspended as I've heard it's hard to get back in once that happens. Any help is much appreciated.
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