Amazon, what a confusion!
Recapping, among the various requirements, Amazon demands that products be encoded with codes registered to the Brand and thus to the Manufacturer. So, we would like to ask them why, even if to a lesser extent, they approve products that do not reflect this characteristic? Not that our fortunate customers should take offense, as we are certainly convinced that “agreements” are always allowed on Amazon…
The numbers that we can provide and guarantee for Amazon, from the end of 2021 onwards, are still those offered by the Codifica Service; however, we must state, for the sake of completeness, that there are still products on Amazon that are published despite having EAN and UPC numbers derived from our Standard Service.
Moral of the story?
Both the Standard Service and the Codifica Service offer numbers that are 100% valid.
Any possible discrimination depends solely on the sales system being used, as there is no compelling regulation in this regard. Above all, both services draw from the same numbers issued by GS1 over the years.
Certainly! Far from being “cast in gold,” this post will always require some further answers to the many doubts and questions it poses or may raise.
In any case, happy selling!
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