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How to Message Seller on Amazon with 4 Successful Tips

Published on: Wed Sep 08 2021

Written by Tony Do

Are you a shopper and need to connect with an Amazon seller? Or are you a seller hoping to reach out to a customer? Use these 4 successful tips to message a seller on Amazon.

Whether you have a question about a product or need to report an issue with your purchase, it’s important to know how and where to contact your Amazon seller. In traditional brick and mortar stores, you would never be able to directly contact a brand owner unless you contact their corporate office.

Amazon cuts this bridge by allowing customers to directly contact their Amazon sellers. For shoppers, being able to send your seller a message and direct communication are key perks to buying on Amazon. Even for sellers, it’s extremely beneficial to communicate with your customers to ask for product reviews and ratings, troubleshoot any issues, or simply answer questions from prospective customers.

In this article, we’ll be discussing 4 successful tips you can use to get in touch with a seller on Amazon.

Contact the Seller Before Placing An Order

If you want to contact a seller before placing an order, the best way to connect is through Amazon’s “Ask a question” feature found on Seller pages. To find a seller’s page, go to the product listing and locate the Buy Box. At the bottom of the Buy Box, it should state, “Ships From” and “Sold By.” For FBA sellers, the product will be shipped by Amazon, but the “Sold By” should be the actual seller. In our example of the ‘Cute Kitty Night Light,’ we were able to find the seller, GoLine TECH, in the Buy Box.

If you are looking for a different seller, you can scroll beneath the Buy Box and click on “New and Used from” where you can see the other sellers selling the same product.

Next, all you need to do is click on the seller’s name, and you’ll be directed to their seller account page. Once you arrive, click on the yellow, “Ask a question” on the top right of the page.

Once you click, Amazon will pop up a new window to their Seller Messaging Assistant. The Assistant will help curate a message to the seller. If you have a question about an item for sale, the Messaging Assistant will direct to you a couple of different options including product details, return policy, and shipping. Go ahead and choose the message topic. You will then be directed to write a message and include any necessary information.

And that’s it! Your message will be sent to your seller’s messaging inbox and you should receive a response within 2-3 business days.

Contact the Seller After Placing an Order

In some situations, you might need to contact a seller after you placed and/or received an order. This could be to ask follow-up questions, report a problem with your product, or make changes to an order. If this is the case, you can contact the seller through your orders,

First, click on Orders under Your Account.

Then, you see a list of all of your previous orders. Find the product in question, and look to the right of the order. You will find a list of different options. One of these options should be “Get help with order” or “Problem with order.”

Click whichever button appears. You will then be directed to a new page, and then prompted to select a message topic. Once you select a topic, you can then select Contact Seller and send them a message.

Connecting Through Seller Feedback

Some customers want to connect with their sellers by leaving seller feedback. This is a common practice for customers who have already received their products but want to provide feedback to the seller about their experiences. If you would like to leave your seller feedback, head to Orders under Your Account. Then locate the product and seller you want to rate.

In the right menu, you should see an option to “Leave seller feedback”. If this option is not available, it most likely means it has been past 90 days since you purchased the product and you can no longer submit any seller reviews.

After you click “Leave seller feedback,” you will be directed to a form where you will see the Seller, Product, and a form to complete. The form will ask for a seller rating (1-5 stars), a question about the product, and a comment box where you can provide any message to the seller.

When complete, simply click “Submit Feedback” and you are done! Your seller feedback and message will be sent to the seller.

Buyer-Seller Message Center

The last method to message an Amazon seller is through the Message Center. If you contacted a seller before or after purchasing a product, your previous messages and conversations will appear in the Message Center! To access the Message Center, start by clicking on “account” under Your Account.

A new page will appear with 10 different options. One of these options will be “Your Messages.” When clicked, you will be directed to your Message Center.

The Message Center is a great place to review old messages between you and your Amazon sellers. If you want to follow up with the seller and keep the conversation going, the Message Center can help you! You can see your Buyer/Seller messages and view your sent messages.

Stay Connected on Amazon!

While these are great tips for customers to connect with their sellers, these methods can also be used by sellers to keep in touch with their buyers! For Amazon sellers, staying in touch is vital to sustaining your business. Connections allow sellers to request seller reviews, product reviews, and more!

We hope you all stay connected on Amazon, and even stay connected with us!

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