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  • Amazon offers two types of accounts for sellers: Personal and Professional. Here’s how to become a seller on either type of account:

    Personal Account:

    1. Go to the Amazon Seller Central website and click on the “Register Now” button.
    2. Choose the “Individual Seller” option.
    3. Provide your personal information, such as your name, address, and phone number.
    4. Enter your credit card and bank account information for payments.
    5. Set up your seller profile and create product listings.
    6. Fulfill orders and provide customer support.

    Professional Account:

    1. Go to the Amazon Seller Central website and click on the “Register Now” button.
    2. Choose the “Professional Seller” option.
    3. Provide your business information, such as your company name, address, and phone number.
    4. Enter your credit card and bank account information for payments.
    5. Set up your seller profile and create product listings.
    6. Fulfill orders and provide customer support.

    To upgrade from a Personal Account to a Professional Account, follow these steps:

    1. Log in to your Amazon Seller Central account.
    2. Click on the “Settings” tab and select “Account Info.”
    3. Click on the “Upgrade Account” button.
    4. Provide your business information, such as your company name, address, and phone number.
    5. Enter your credit card and bank account information for payments.
    6. Confirm your subscription to the Professional Account.

    Note that a Professional Account has a monthly subscription fee of $39.99, while a Personal Account does not have a monthly fee but charges a per-item selling fee. Choose the account type that best suits your needs and goals as a seller on Amazon

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