Account association risk is an issue that sellers need to pay special attention to when conducting multi-store operations on the Amazon platform. In this article, we will introduce some effective methods to help sellers reduce account association risk and protect the stability and continuity of multi-store operations.
I. Avoid using the same IP address and device
Amazon uses information such as IP addresses and device fingerprints to determine whether there is an association between accounts. To reduce the risk of account association, sellers should avoid managing multiple stores under the same device and IP address. Consider using different devices and IP proxies to manage different stores separately to reduce the possibility of association.
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II. Independent brands and supply chains
To minimize the risk of account association, sellers should try to choose different brands and supply chains for each store. If the same brand or supply chain is used, Amazon can easily associate these stores together. The probability of account association can be reduced by choosing diverse products and suppliers, and the time of shelving products and product categories should also be different.
III. Avoid sharing account information and money flow
Sellers should ensure that each store has separate account information and money flow. Do not share Amazon Seller Center accounts, bank account numbers or credit card information, etc.. In addition, make sure that each store has independent contact information, operation team, logistics information, etc. to avoid the possibility of account association.
IV. Comply with Amazon Policies
Strictly complying with the policies and regulations of the Amazon platform is crucial to reducing the risk of account association. Sellers should understand and comply with Amazon’s terms of service, product policies, account use rules, and other regulations. By operating in compliance, you can reduce the risk of account association and ensure the stability and sustainable development of the store.
V. Regularly check and optimize store operation strategy
Regularly checking the store operation strategy is an important step to reduce the risk of account association. Sellers should regularly review the store’s operation data, including order sources, advertisement placement, customer service, and so on. By optimizing the store operation strategy, you can reduce account linkage risk and improve the competitiveness and profitability of your store.
VI. Seek professional guidance and technical support
If sellers are confused about reducing account association risk, they can seek professional guidance and technical support. Experienced Amazon consultants or professional organizations can provide effective advice and solutions, or look for operating agencies to help sellers reduce account-related risks and achieve stable operation of multiple stores.
In Amazon’s multi-store operation, reducing account association risk is the key to ensuring the stable and sustainable development of the store. Through these methods, sellers can effectively reduce account association risk and realize the successful operation of multi-store.