Amazon Exclusive Reseller Agreement
Thank you, AmazonSeller99. Yes, I asked if I should go to exclusive sales rights. The contract models I`ve seen contain a provision for manufacturers (or resellers) to terminate the contract for any reason, saying a 30-day delay, so exclusivity wasn`t sure to be really a protection for me, if the manufacturer really wanted to sell on its own after a while. When you opened your seller account on Amazon, you signed your contract. Be sure to set advantageous terms in your agreement, which states that “only your business can sell products online x, and any infringement will be a penalty of x amounts and full refund value, including the cost of goods purchased by your company” Also add in a clause that they prevent their wholesale prices in order to avoid price increases. They will be surprised that their “production costs” double when/when it starts! Put a clause out there to prevent this and usually make a percentage to allow for future production costs It`s an empty canvas so do it to your! This seller uses product names and brand names that can only be used by authorized dealers. We can only assume that these may be counterfeits, since they are not authorized dealers. When they mark them as “used” or “as new” state, there is no way for me to stop it, but they sell items as new and highly phrasing that they are authentic in their product state. Please don`t misunderst my intentions. This brand is quite new in the U.S. and we are trying to grow the business. We cannot afford to have sellers buy supplies from unauthorized chains simply because they know they are selling well. That`s why I first sent a friendly email in which I said they should be authorized resellers in getting delivery to the U.S.
We want to grow up with the little boys, they are the ones who help me develop the business. One of the most frequently asked questions by original product manufacturers is whether or not they can retain exclusive distribution rights on certain channels such as Amazon. With the ability to sell so easily on Amazon, many manufacturers feel that their online competition with their own resellers has become increasingly competitive, often reducing profits and price range, as well as difficulties in maintaining their active offerings.