Category: Multi-channel ecommerce

Welcome to the latest Release Update blog post. Hopefully, by now, you’re all up to speed with the IOSS changes if they apply to you; if not, you can find everything you need to know on the subject in the three most recent blog posts prior to this one. It sure was hectic making sure […]
Here is the latest information around IOSS. Please read the below carefully before contacting us. Marketplaces: IOSS will be mandatory for marketplace channels such as eBay, Etsy etc. They will handle the EU VAT on orders and pass us their IOSS number which we then pass to the couriers when you despatch the orders. You […]
As you will be aware, the July 1st implementation date for IOSS is getting close. You can see StoreFeeder’s current position on the blog post we did last week. We have still not received any information from Amazon and eBay have still not updated the API connection so we can test the work we have […]
The 1st July implementation date is fast approaching so we are letting our customers know what has been done on StoreFeeder around the new IOSS requirements. This page from our partners at Royal Mail gives a good overview of the IOSS regulations: Royal Mail Guide And also a guide from our partners eBay: eBay Guide […]
eBay is in the process of migrating all sellers over to its managed payments process. This will change the way items on your listings are paid for as well as the way the payment is made to you. With managed payments, eBay look after all the aspects of the payment process across your listings. Buyers […]
Welcome to the latest Release Update blog post. Crikey, the weather has really ramped up this last week! It’s safe to say that the fans are out all day and the duvet is almost always off at night (though, you have to have a bit of you touching the duvet in order to sleep, or […]
Welcome to the latest Release Update blog post. Firstly, you’ll have noticed that our login screen has had a revamp, I’m sure you’ll all join me in agreement that it looks fantastic and that the developers have smashed it out of the park. I’m also a little biased as the customer messages containing direct links […]
Welcome to the latest Release Update blog post. The weather is certainly picking up, I’ve got my shorts and sandals out that’s for sure! I hope you’ve all been getting on great during this April month; our second update this month is primarily focused on a lot of internal changes but that doesn’t mean there […]
Following Friday’s blog post about Amazon VTR it appears there is still some confusion regarding Royal Mail Delivery Confirmation numbers (DCN) & CRL services.  The details from Amazon themselves are very vague and it differs depending on which support representative answers the query.  So below is the situation as we understand it, this may not […]
I’m sure you are all aware and have been contacted by Amazon about the new initiative regarding the Valid Tracking Rate (VTR) and the need to hit 95% VTR. We have done the required changes to ensure the correct carrier code that Amazon requires is sent over along with the tracking reference. I’m sure you […]