U.S. Partner Set Up

This partnership is the start of something big

HELLO

 

COMPANY INFORMATION

Sales/Online Strategy Main Contact





Accounts Receivable Contact





Billing Information







Warehouse/Ship Information








What is your preferred payment method?

Check (provide 'pay to name' below)Credit Card (card processing fee per transaction to be paid by charging party)Wire Transfer ($35 fee per wire to be paid by party receiving funds; wire transfers are available to international based companies only.)ACH ($50 fee per transaction to be paid by party receiving funds)PayPal (3-3.6% fee per transaction to be paid by party receiving funds)

If check, please provide the 'pay to name'. If other, please explain.

Please select all online marketplaces in which etailz is authorized to list and retail your product(s):

AmazoneBayWalmartTake advantage of all etailz marketplaces

What is your pricing policy?

MAPNo Preference

Are UPC codes printed on your individual products?

YesNo

 

ORDERING INFORMATION




Can you to ship to an Amazon Fulfillment Center?

YesNo

Do you ship in case quantities?

YesNo

Can you provide box level content?

Visit etailz.com/ship to learn more about Amazon's box level content shipping requirements.
YesNo

 

PRODUCT INFORMATION

Can we operate with a 3% monthly return allowance?

YesNo

What is the country of origin for your products?

This is where the goods are manufactured, produced, or come from. Labeling of goods and packaging must state this for importation.

Will you allow etailz to create custom bundles and/or pack sizes of your products?

YesNo

Do your products require Prop 65 labeling?+

YesNo

 

NEXT STEPS

  • Provide copy of your W9
  • Provide copy of your current price list with UPCs, MAP/MSRP, dimensions, and weights

FINAL STEPS

  • Authorize etailz as a reseller
  • Agree to Retailer Agreement
+Prop 65

Proposition 65, officially called The Safe Drinking Water and Toxic Enforcement Act of 1986, is a law that requires warnings be provided to California consumers when they might be exposed to chemicals identified by California as causing cancer or reproductive harm. The required warnings are supposed to help California consumers make informed decisions about the products they use. The California Office of Environmental Health Hazard Assessment (OEHHA) administers the Prop 65 program and publishes the list of hazardous chemicals, which includes more than 850 chemicals. In August 2016, OEHHA adopted new regulations, effective on August 30, 2018, which now requires Prop 65 warnings to name the specific ingredient(s) that trigger the warning. For more information on Prop 65, refer to these links:

About California Proposition 65
Proposition 65 in Plain Language