Amazon can be pretty picky with what they let slide when it comes to their sellers. However, if you pay attention to the seller policies and stick to them, you could easily avoid a slap on the wrist from Amazon. They do not often reject partnered-carrier shipments, although it can happen. One way to stay on top of shipment policies and make sure you adhere to them is by using apps for Amazon FBA, which automate order fulfillment and best guide you along the logistics process. Additionally, we’re going to discuss the three most common reasons why a shipment gets refused by Amazon: 

  1. A package is delivered from overseas and has unpaid duties or fees 
  2. It doesn’t meet the delivery standards, for example: damaged goods 
  3. The seller cancels or deletes the shipment

Overseas Deliveries With Unpaid Duties or Fees

For US shipments below the de minimis value, which stands around $800 at time of publication, there are no duties or brokerage fees owed upon delivery. This is a much more generous minimum than what is offered in many other countries