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Digital Services Tax Increases Fees for Amazon Merchants

Amazon have announced a series of increases in the fees that they charge as a result of the 2% Digital Services Tax introduced in April.

Starting from 1st September 2020, Amazon have increased referral fees, Fulfilment by Amazon (FBA) fees, and monthly FBA storage fees by 2% for items sold in the UK. In addition, from 15th September 2020, Multi-Channel Fulfilment (MCF) fees will also increase by 2% for items sold in the UK. 
 
For example, an item for which the referral fee on amazon.co.uk was previously 15.0%, will now attract a fee of 15.3%, and a parcel that previously had a rate of £2.27 (standard parcel ≤0.5kg), will now incur a fee of £2.32 from September.

Amazon Merchants can find out more by logging in to Amazon Seller Central and visiting:

https://sellercentral-europe.amazon.com/gp/help/G366DPWD5P5QFDJP

For more information on the Digital Services Tax:

https://www.gov.uk/government/publications/introduction-of-the-digital-services-tax/digital-services-tax

03 September 2020

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