Saturday, April 20, 2024

Finding and contact with an Amazon Seller

Being able to get in touch with third-party sellers on Amazon can greatly improve your experience as an online shopper seeking more information about a product or to address a problem with your order, or as an Amazon seller yourself. However, not everyone is aware of this feature.

This article will go over how to find and get in touch with an Amazon seller to address concerns, make inquiries, and more.

In this article you will learn:

  1. How to Use Amazon to Look for a Specific Seller
  2. Additional methods to locate a particular Amazon seller storefront
  3. How to Get in Touch with Amazon Sellers
  4. Using the page for the product listing
  5. Using the Order History Page
  6. Via the Buyer/Seller Messaging feature on Amazon
  7. Using the Social Media Accounts of the Seller
  8. Via Amazon Customer Service (for Prime members only)
  9. How Can I Send a Message to an Amazon Seller?
  10. Could My Email Address Be Seen by the Seller?
  11. What Happens If the seller is not responding?
  12. Conclusions

How to Use Amazon to Look for a Specific Seller

When you browse Amazon, you can quickly determine the seller—whether it’s Amazon or one of its third-party sellers—by looking at the product page, where the seller’s name appears directly beneath the listing title and product name.

This information can also be found next to the words “Sold by” on the right side of the page, beneath the Add to Cart and Buy Now buttons. Since most sellers use Amazon FBA to have their products picked, packed, and shipped, you’ll typically find that an item is sold by a third-party seller but shipped from Amazon.

Additional methods to locate a particular Amazon seller storefront

In addition to clicking on a particular product, you can use the search bar to look up a specific seller by typing the name of the store. As soon as you start typing the seller’s name, Amazon will suggest searches to make sure you spelled it correctly.

Knowing the seller is important to most Amazon customers when making purchases, especially for those who plan to reorder or look at the seller’s other items. When unapproved sellers appear on your listings, when intellectual property is violated, or when other TOS violations occur, the first thing that sellers should do is identify a seller on Amazon.

How to Get in Touch with Amazon Sellers

Depending on whether you are contacting the seller for the first time or if you have already placed an order with them, there are several methods to get in touch with them on Amazon.

1. Using the page for the product listing

You can contact the seller via the product listing page if you’re still not sure about a product and would like more information about it or the company selling it.

The seller information page will appear when you click on the seller’s name directly next to the Sold by phrase we previously discussed. This page will have the seller’s name, registered business address, a summary of their feedback rating and customer reviews, and occasionally contact information.

An “Ask a question” button can be found here, which will take you to Amazon’s Seller Messaging Assistant. From there, you can ask questions and initiate communication with the seller.

With the help of this interface’s numerous prompts and drop-down menu, you can pinpoint exactly what it is that you’re looking for. Additionally, even though the options might be located elsewhere on the page, the procedure is essentially the same if you’re using the Amazon mobile app.

Click “send email” when you’re prepared to send your message. After that, a copy will be sent by Amazon to you and the seller. The seller will have 48 hours to reply to your message after it is routed through Amazon’s Buyer-Seller Messaging Service. If they don’t respond to you or are unwilling to assist you, you can use Amazon’s A to Z guarantee option to resolve the issue.

A few things to keep in mind are that you can only use 4000 characters for your messages, which rarely, if ever, becomes a problem, and that you can attach files to the text box in order to better communicate your concerns to the seller.

2. Using the Order History Page

Returns & Orders > Your Orders on the Amazon home screen is another way to get in touch with the third-party seller if you’ve already placed an order and need to discuss something.

If there are multiple orders, you can then select the specific item from the list.

You will only see the first option if the seller ships directly and does not use Amazon FBA. If the order has already been delivered but you would like an exchange, return, or refund, you can select “Return or replace products.” If you have not yet received delivery of the product, you can choose between “Get help with order” and “Problem with the order.”

Because it’s required by TOS to ensure that deliveries and services provided by third-party sellers are comparable to Amazon’s, if the seller is the one handling the transactions, Amazon will get in touch with them. If you’re still having trouble, you can contact Amazon customer service for assistance.

3. Via the Buyer/Seller Messaging feature on Amazon

You can use the Buyer/Seller Messaging feature to continue communicating with the Amazon seller if you already have an open conversation with them. This is accessible through Your Messages on the “Your Account” page. This is the place where you can read or reply to messages from buyers, sellers, and Amazon. You can filter this by selecting the Buyer/Seller Messages tab to locate the active conversation you have with a specific seller.

This will lead to an inbox displaying all of your correspondence from third-party sellers and Amazon. Similar to the first approach, messages are routed through Amazon as part of its selling terms of service, so the seller will not be able to see your email address.

4. Using the Social Media Accounts of the Seller

In certain circumstances, you can get in touch with a seller by searching for them directly online or by looking for them on social media, which you can typically find on their Amazon Storefront, which typically appears right under the product name. You can message them directly, but keep in mind that it’s generally not a good idea to do so when corresponding with Amazon sellers—especially if you’ve already made an order.

5. Via Amazon Customer Service (for Prime members only)

You should contact Amazon through their customer service page if your order qualifies for Prime shipping. One of the main advantages of an Amazon Prime membership is having complete access to Amazon support for order tracking, shipping, and post-purchase issues.

How Can I Send a Message to an Amazon Seller?

Providing as much information as you can in your messages to third-party sellers on Amazon will help them comprehend and address your issue. This is the key to starting a dialogue with them. Make sure to include all pertinent information, such as the order number, if any.

You can only send messages with 4,000 characters when using the Amazon Buyer/Seller Messaging service, but this isn’t really a problem unless you really want to babble on. Additionally, keep in mind that if you’re using a web browser, you have the option to attach attachments. These can be useful in elucidating your concerns and offering a visual representation of any damage or other issues you may be having with the product.

Could My Email Address Be Seen by the Seller?

According to Amazon’s selling terms of service, the email address you use to get in touch with sellers on the platform won’t be shared with them. The main reasons for this are to safeguard your privacy and prevent TOS-violating outside-of-Amazon marketing campaigns. Instead, the seller will receive an email from Amazon letting them know that you have brought up a question or concern regarding one of their products on the platform.

What Happens If the seller is not responding?

Since providing excellent customer service is crucial to an Amazon seller’s success, the majority of third-party vendors on the site reply to queries from customers within a day or two. If they don’t reply, though, the majority of orders placed on the marketplace are protected by Amazon’s A-to-Z Guarantee, which is one of the ways the company ensures that the quality and condition of goods sold by independent sellers is comparable to its own.

Therefore, you can check to see if your order qualifies for an A-to-Z Guarantee claim if you haven’t heard back from the seller after two days.


Although it may come as a surprise to buyers and sellers on Amazon, understanding how to locate and get in touch with a seller on the platform can greatly enhance your buying or selling experience. Either way, being aware of these different approaches will make it much easier for you to navigate the Amazon marketplace, help you make more informed purchases, and help you get your issues resolved much more quickly.

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