Amazon adds 5% “fuel and inflation surcharge” to selling fees


Amazon said on Wednesday it would add a 5% ‘fuel and inflation surcharge’ to the fees it charges third-party sellers who use the retailer’s fulfillment services as the company faces an increase costs

Amazon.com said on Wednesday it would add a 5% “fuel and inflation surcharge” to the fees it charges third-party sellers who use the retailer’s fulfillment services as the company grapples with an increase in costs.

Federal data released on Tuesday showed inflation jumped 8.5% in March, its fastest pace in more than 40 years. Gasoline prices have climbed 48% over the past 12 months.

The online retailer said the fee will apply to products ordered before April 28 but shipped and delivered after that date.

ABC News

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