Amazon slashes seller fees by 50 percent ahead of festive season sales


Amazon, one of the largest e-commerce sites, has announced a 50 percent reduction in fees for new sellers in India ahead of the festive season. Amazon’s Great Indian Festival Sale will start from 23 September. The company said that new sellers who register before October 26 and start sales within 90 days will be given a 50 percent discount on selling fees.

Amazon said, “New sellers who register on the company’s website by October 26 will have to pay 50 percent less selling fees in all categories.” company said that the upcoming festival sale will benefit local stores, traditional weavers, startups, digital entrepreneurs and women entrepreneurs. However, Amazon has not said how it will help entrepreneurs and artisans during the festival sale. Along with integration for offline services, the company also helps in selling products online through its programs like Local Shops.

Last week, Amazon removed listings of seatbelt alarm blockers from its platform. These blockers The alarm goes off for seatbelts in cars. The company had said that this product would not be available for sale on its website. Road Transport and Highways Minister Nitin Gadkari had asked the company to stop selling such blockers. Following the death of former Tata Sons chairman and business tycoon Cyrus Mistry in an accident, the government plans to implement stricter rules regarding road safety.

Seatbelt alarm blocks are used to turn off an alarm that warns occupants of a car to wear a seatbelt. It’s like a seatbelt clip that fits into a slot to turn off the alarm. To increase awareness about this, the Road Transport Ministry is also taking the help of Bollywood actors, cricketers and media. Gadkari had informed that the ministry is working on making six airbags mandatory for all cars. He said, “AutomobileCompanies export these cars to install six airbags.

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