SocksLane Adapts to New Changes Set by Amazon for Better Customer Experience

Portland, OR, July 06, 2019 –(PR.com)– SocksLane has been informed of the news of the 3 small changes in its Amazon’s seller policies and they respond to adapt to these changes set by the big company. Amazon has instituted the following rules as of June 12, 2019: 1) sellers must include price per unit information for all listings; 2) sellers must enter a value for how much of an item there is and 3) what unit the figure is in, whether in ounces, pounds, grams or total count.

The products in mak-up, health, diet supplements, baby food and others have been affected. SocksLane has adapted to this change even before it was announced. Amanda, the CEO and co-founder of the company said, “We do not want our clients confused that is why before this announcement, we made sure that we give the clients the correct details in our product page so that we won’t have any disputes after sales.” She further said, “Our ASIN titles have complied to the rules of Amazon ever since we have established this company. I believe we have been consistent with the product information that we publish both in our official website and our Amazon sales page.”

SocksLane is a small company that provides compression garments for people in need: cotton compression socks, cotton compression knee sleeves and cotton compression elbow sleeves. The last 2 are recent additions to their successful product line. SocksLane products can be purchased at the company website, www.sockslane.com, or through Amazon at Amazon.com/dp/B01MRKD0PQ

Published at Sat, 06 Jul 2019 07:00:00 +0000