Amazon Seller Central is the web interface used by brands and merchants to market and sells their products directly to Amazon’s customers. If you have a Seller Central account, you’re considered a marketplace or third-party seller. As a marketplace seller, you have two options for fulfilling orders you receive from Amazon’s customers.Is there a support panel in Seller Central?
The messages function in the support panel in Seller Central is useful if you can’t chat on the phone, but can take a little while to get a response. In order to get the contact options, you will have to first select your problem and the tool will try to offer you a relevant article.What's the difference between Seller Central and vendor Central?
With Vendor Central, Amazon’s retail team buys and resells your products to their customers. With Seller Central, you are selling directly to Amazon’s customers. There are significant differences between the two, so it’s important to fully understand the potential opportunities and drawbacks with each.When do I need to set up Seller Central account?
The only time you would need to set up numerous Seller Central accounts is if you plan to sell in multiple continents/regions. Amazon has unified accounts for North America (Canada, US and Mexico) and Europe (UK, Germany, Italy, France and Spain).