Students often ask, what information do I need to register an Amazon store?
The information for registering an Amazon store is distributed with the site. There are three main types here.
One is our common open sites, such as Amazon North America, Europe, Japan, Australia, etc.
These sites, except for the European site, only need to provide business license, legal person ID, dual currency credit card, mobile phone and email.
There is a KYC audit at the European station, which will be more troublesome. Before 2020, KYC audits were triggered only after cumulative sales exceeded 15,000 Euros. But after 2020, KYC review will be required just after registration.
After the KYC review, you need to provide a notarized business license, legal person account book, and utility bills.
In addition to open sites, such as Amazon North America, Europe, Japan, and Australia, there are two more special ones.
One is the Middle East station. This is a relatively niche site, just like durian. People familiar with it think it is very fragrant. The people living there are all local tyrants with "a piece above my head, the richest in the world". Sellers who don't want to enter the Amazon Middle East site, you can't persuade them.
Entering the Amazon Middle East station is a little different from the North American station. It requires the local business license of the Middle East station, and other information is the same.
The other is the India station. India Station is a highly recommended site. This country has a huge population base and relatively backward e-commerce. The cross-border e-commerce market is a great opportunity for rapid development.
However, it is very troublesome to enter the Indian station. It is an invitation system, and it must have been in operation for more than half a year and have sales of more than 100,000 US dollars.
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