Current Employment Status:
Hired Part Time on Feb 12, 2022
I am a former Amazon Seller Support for 3 years and an aspiring Amazon Virtual Assistant seeking a Part-time position in the field of Amazon e-commerce where I can apply my knowledge and skills and help Amazon sellers to scale up their businesses.
Aside from my experience as a Seller Support, I also enrolled myself in Amazon Virtual Assistant Masterclass under Amazonation, a complete hands-on Amazon VA training from product research to inventory management to sponsored ads given by certified Amazon sellers. I learned and trained through the experience and expertise of a successful 8-figure earner Amazon seller and expert Coaches.
AREAS OF EXPERTISE:
• Product research
• Keyword research
• Listing creation and optimization
• Inventory management
• Amazon Sponsored Ads (PPC)
• Customer Service
I am confident that I can handle sellers' concerns to the best of my knowledge. I've handled a couple of customer service-related accounts back then that deals with sellers' issues such as product listings, shipments, FBA orders, reimbursements, etc. Rest assured, I can provide high-quality work under minimum Supervision.
I've worked as a Seller Support Associate for a US-based call center company for 3 years. I helped Amazon sellers to resolve their issues related to FBA and provide resolution in a timely manner as well as alternative resolution if needed. I always listen to sellers' concerns very well and I always see to it that they are satisfied with the service that I've provided before we end each conversation.
I have 3 years and 5 months of experience with Customer service (Amazon Seller Support Representative) for both phone and email support. I am an expert with Amazon Seller Central and can resolve issues independently, especially in FBA concerns.
Onlinejobs.ph "ID Proof" indicates if "they are who they say they are".
It DOES NOT indicate skill level.
ID Proof scores are 0 - 99 with 99 being the best. It is calculated based on dozens of data points.
It's intended to help employers know who they're talking to is real, and not a fake identity.