Reconcile all transactions, including orders, amounted received, returns, and removals.
Items destroyed by Amazon without your request or permission.
Deduction from inventory after shipment closed.
Customer refunded more than originally paid.
Per Amazon's policy, a refund was approved past the normal approval window.
Amazon improperly received or miscounted items from inbound shipments in past 9 months.
Amazon or carrier damaged inbound shipments in transit, and it has been at least 30 days.
Orders for which the weight fee or dimensional fee has been overcharged.
Orders for which the commission fee has been overcharged.
Inventory lost at Amazon warehouse and it has been over 30 days.
Inventory damaged at Amazon warehouse and it has been over 30 days.
Replacement sent to customer and original never sent back after 45 days.
Return has not been properly reimbursed.
Amazon reported having placed an item back into your inventory but it has not been replaced.
Stock deducted after shipment was closed.
Wrong item returned and scanned to your inventory.
Amazon issued a chargeback but didn't reimburse you
Amazon or carrier damaged a return.
Removal order inventory not received.
Amazon reimbursed you for less quantity than you were supposed to get reimbursed for.
Amazon did not reimburse the total amount it should have reimbursed based on the value of item.