Import your Amazon Transaction reports.
This short video shows you how to import your Amazon Transaction Reports into ProfitPeek.
Step by Step
Firstly you will need to download your Amazon transaction reports within your Seller Central account from /Reports/Payments/Date Range Reports/Generate Report. (ProfitPeek supports Amazon transaction reports in GBP, EUR and USD and will convert this data into your home currency when generating your sales metrics.)
Select the report type as Transaction and choose either a month report or custom date range and click generate (we recommenced you import monthly reports). When the report is ready download the file to your computer.
Now click on Amazon Reports from the dashboard menu within ProfitPeek.
Click on the Import button in the top right hand side of the screen.
On the next screen check that your settings are up to date then proceed to upload the Amazon Transaction reports you previously downloaded and click Save. Repeat the above steps until you have imported all your Transaction reports from each marketplace you sell in.
What happens if you make a mistake?
If you upload a report in error you can delete it by clicking on the Import Logs button which will take you to a list of all your imported Amazon Transaction Files.
Next click on the red bin icon under the action column of the Amazon Transaction Report row you wish to delete and confirm this action on the pop-up window. This will delete the file. (Warning! The deleted files transactions will still be deducted from your remaining transactions limit.)
Product Returns & Refunds
In order to accurately calculate your profits in the event of a refund the system needs to know if the product was returned to you or not. There are two ways to update the system of this, you can search for the refund by entering the Amazon order ID into the Search field in the Amazon Reports section.
This will bring up the refund and the original sale, next click on the green edit icon in the action column of the refund row.
On the following page you will be able to see the details of the refund and a toggle button below labelled Get Product Return?. If you did get the product back from the customer click the toggle button so it is ticked and click Save. This will action will ensure that the unit cost price is deducted from the refund.
If you always get the product back from the customer before issuing a refund you can also update the system in bulk by clicking on the Import Logs button which will take you to a list of all your imported Amazon Transaction Files.
Next click on the blue cart icon under the action column of the Amazon Transaction Report row and confirm this action on the pop-up window. Now the unit cost price will be deducted from all refund entries in this file. (Warning! This action is irreversible, if you make a mistake here you will have to delete the file entirely and re-upload it.)
ProfitPeek is now ready to compile your reports, please view the How To guides in the Help section to learn how to use the reporting features.