It's safe to say most of us are familiar with Amazon, the eCommerce giant that empowers us to order virtually anything online and expect it on our doorsteps in just two days. But, there's a facet of Amazon only a handful of us are familiar with: Amazon FBA (Fulfilled By Amazon).
For the uninitiated, Amazon FBA lets you store the products you sell in Amazon's fulfillment centers. When you make a sale on Amazon, Amazon then picks, packs, and ships the product. Plus, Amazon even provides customer service for the products handled in this fashion.
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