From September 2023, Amazon will begin archiving orders older than two years, removing buyers’ personally identifiable information but retaining key sales data. This is a crucial update for sellers as it impacts how they handle customer data and maintain records for accounting or tax purposes. It’s a call to action to ensure that any necessary buyer information is downloaded within the two-year window, while also reassuring sellers that essential sales data will still be accessible. This change underscores the importance of data management in the Amazon ecosystem, and the need for sellers to adapt their strategies accordingly.
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