Hello SaleFreaks users,
As promised, the feature you have all been waiting for is finally here and we call it “Amazon Protection”!
With the help of the community and special credits to Rob and Nate we have added configuration controls to our auto-order that are likely to keep your Amazon health longer than before.
From the two weeks of testing so far in Beta we see great results for accounts stability.
Starting today you'll be able to choose a daily & lifetime limit for each account in regards to how many orders you wish to place, the volume and what will be the maximal price for an order.
The settings may affect a specific account or multiple accounts:
- Maximal orders per hour
- Maximal order price
- Maximal lifetime total # of orders - Once the account reaches the limit the status will change automatically to ->"OnHold - OverLimit"
- Maximal lifetime total volume - Once the account reaches the limit the status will change automatically to -> "OnHold - OverLimit"
In the amazon activity you can configure:
- Maximal pending orders - Once the account reaches the limit the status will change automatically to -> "On-Hold - CoolDown"
2. Balance on hold - Once account receives from Amazon the Balance on Hold alert, the status will change to -> "OnHold - At risk"
To start using the new enhancement we recommend doing the following, go to Settings -> Global Settings and scroll down to the "Auto Order settings".
Check "change default to" and choose your configuration.
You can find our suggested configuration in the image below and in your global settings, but free to experiment by yourself.
Note - the configuration will run on newly added accounts ONLY!
Read the next steps to update your current accounts with the new Amazon protection.
To update your current accounts go to My Accounts -> Filter -> Status -> choose prime -> click View.
Click "Check all", to make sure you checked you can see exactly how many accounts checked on the bulk action section.
then you can bulk edit several or all of the accounts together by marking the accounts you want to edit and click the advanced button.
Choose your configuration settings and hit the save button, if you would like to disable part of the settings after already configured you may click disable on the ones you choose.
That's it, you're Done!
If you wish to configure a specific account you can do it manually one by one by clicking edit for a specific account on the My Accounts page and configure your settings
Don't forget to hit the "Update" button once you've done.
The SaleFreaks Team