Being Amazon’s third-party seller, using their Fulfillment by Amazon (FBA) has a lot of perks and advantages to it. From handling customer support to fast delivery, Amazon has got you covered. But that doesn’t mean that you get a free pass when it comes to their insurance requirements.
Just like any other Amazon merchants, third-party vendors are also obliged to comply with Amazon’s insurance guidelines. With Amazon being more aggressive with their insurance guidelines, individual sellers meeting the $10,000 monthly income threshold are also under an obligation to ensure their businesses.
Other than the general liability and product liability insurance that these sellers are recommended to carry, they can also avail of other insurance policies that will protect their business.
Among these insurances are property insurance, HNOA insurance, inland marine insurance, transit and transportation insurance, and more.