Deliverr fulfills Seller Fulfilled Prime (SFP) orders by configuring a seller's Amazon Seller Central account. This configuration is done (with permission!) when a seller goes through the steps to enable the Seller Fulfilled Prime fast tag.
At a high level, these steps include:
- Having the seller add a FedEx carrier sub-account to their Amazon Seller Central account.
- Having the seller add a warehouse location to their Amazon Seller Central account.
- Granting Deliverr's browser extension permission to access the seller's Amazon Seller Central account.
- Installing Deliverr's browser extension, and allowing that browser extension to create Seller Fulfilled Prime shipping templates. Note: you can delete the browser extension once it has successfully created shipping templates.
- Granting Deliverr developer access to your Amazon Seller Central account.
Once a seller has enabled the SFP fast tag in Deliverr, there a two possibilities:
- The seller had already previously passed Amazon's SFP trial. In this case, then Deliverr will fulfill any SFP order it receives.
- The seller hasn't passed Amazon's SFP trial. In this case, the Seller will need to pass the SFP trial before Deliverr can fulfill SFP orders. Luckily for sellers, Deliverr can help with this!
In both of the above possibilities, it's important that a seller know that if a SKU has inventory in Deliverr and a listing in Amazon, then Deliverr will assume that the seller wants that SKU to be activated for Seller Fulfilled Prime. Said another way, all SKUs with inventory in Deliverr are enabled for SFP. If a seller does not want Deliverr fulfilling a SKU as SFP, then the seller must follow this process.