Sellics attributes fees according to the category they belong to:

  • Order related Amazon fees are attributed to the time of the order.

  • Non-order related Amazon fees are attributed to the posted date of the financial event. In some cases, Amazon does not provide the posted date for certain financial events. When the posted date is not available, the fee is attributed to the date we retrieve the report.

  • Costs are always propagated to all higher levels. For instance, costs that are reported per SKU and Order also show up in the Marketplace calculation. Costs that are available on higher levels are not broken down to lower levels, for instance if Amazon reports a subscription fee for the EU market, we don’t attribute a fifth of the sum to each Marketplace.

  • If fees can be attributed to an SKU but not a marketplace (for example, Inbound Carrier Damage), costs are only displayed on SKU level when global view is active, but not broken down per SKU on each marketplace.

  • Returns includes chargebacks and related fees are attributed to the time of the order. Chargebacks are subtracted from sales.

  • Return costs consist of Refund commissions, FBA Fees of the returned orders, and cost of goods of the returned item.

  • Pending orders do not carry timestamped financial events. Therefore, we estimate Sales commission and Shipping Fees based on order data in a 30day time-frame. Costs are estimated on an item level. Commission, Variable Closing Fee, FBA Per Unit Fulfillment Fee, and FBA Weight Based Fee are not estimated.

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