This article applies to selling in: Australia

Frequently Asked Questions

Q: Does this policy apply to Blu-Ray discs?

A: Yes.

Q: What if I don’t have invoices?

A: We cannot consider applications that do not include at least 3 invoices dated within the last 180 days.

Q: What if I produce my own content, or own the rights to the content?

A: If you choose to apply, you should indicate this in your application.

Q: How long will it take Amazon to review my application?

A: We will contact you within 2 business days to ask follow-up questions regarding your application. Once you have submitted your information, we will contact you with our decision within 3 business days.

Q: I have provided everything requested, but my application was not approved. What do I do now?

A: We regret that we are not able to approve all requests to sell without restrictions in the Video, DVD, & Blu-ray category. If you find at a later date that the nature of your business has substantially changed, or that your performance metrics have improved, you may try reapplying at least six months following your previous application.

Q: What if I change my mind later?

A: If you do not apply now and decide later that you would like to sell DVDs later, you can apply for approval at that time.

Q: What types of invoices should I provide in my application?

A: You should provide invoices from the largest source(s) of your DVD product. Your invoices should also contain an accurate representation of the types and genres of DVDs you plan to sell. A minimum of 3 invoices are required to process your application, but you may include additional invoices.

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