Need to verify your US Business Address with Amazon as a third party seller?
Don’t worry, we’ve got you covered.
Amazon has been becoming more and more strict when it comes to who they allow on their platform. Since September of 2020, they have required third-party merchants who sell in the U.S. marketplace to disclose their US Business name and Address to the public. On top of this, Amazon is now mailing verification postcards to merchant sellers in the U.S. as a way to make sure their address is authentic.
This means that a legitimate US address is now required to be a merchant on Amazon. Failing to provide this address will result in Amazon blocking your account.
How do I verify my Address?
Purchase our US Address and Mail Forwarding service.
Provide Amazon with the mailing address of your company in their Seller Central portal (the mailing address will be listed in your company formation documents).
Amazon will send an address verification postcard to the address provided. Once we have it, we will forward it to you.
Go to your Seller Central dashboard, and enter the unique code that is listed on the postcard. If the code is not entered within 60 days, Amazon may withhold funds or block your account.
That’s it! Congratulations, you have successfully verified your Business Address with Amazon.