How to Become a Registered Seller on Flipkart?- A Beginners Guide!

How to Sell on Flipkart – A Beginners Guide for Online Sellers!


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Flipkart has been ranked as #1 eCommerce website in India for some selected products and categories. Many of the online sellers from all over India are registering great sales over Flipkart.

That’s why there is a lot of buzz and curiosity among new online sellers about the eCommerce selling platform offered by Flipkart. We will discuss and provide all the necessary details about how to sell your products on Flipkart in this article.

Ecommerce sector is likely to see a 7% growth in average annual spend per individual on online purchases, the study says.

With 30,000 sellers already making huge profits grow your business by becoming a registered seller at Flipkart today!.

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Why to Sell on Flipkart?

 

Why and How to Sell on Flipkart?

 
According to assocham – Pricewaterhouse Coopers study India’s ecommerce industry is likely to cross the $100- billion mark over the next five years, from $17 billion at present.
Top ecommerce portals like Flipkart, Snapdeal, Shopclues, etc have enabled the Indian retailers to enter online arena.

During 2013-14 Flipkart sold merchandize worth over 1 billion USD and currently ships over 50 lakh shipments every month.

With 4.5 crore customers and more than 30,000 sellers Flipkart has become a haven for sellers to start selling online and grow their business.

In this article we will learn how to become a seller on Flipkart and explore tremendous business opportunity.

 

Product Listing and commission Structure for Flipkart



The product listing on Flipkart is absolutely free and you decide the price of your products. However Flipkart charges a commission on every sale that you make. For every sale by a seller on Flipkart the amount is credited in seller’s bank account within 5-7 business days of dispatch.

There are other charges like shipping charges and fixed closing fee all named under a single umbrella as Marketplace fee. There is 14% of service tax on marketplace fee. Fixed closing fee is a small fee that Flipkart charges on every sales other than selling commission.

commission structure for sellers on Flipkart ecommerce platform

Pricing Structure: Illustrated



Selling Commission Percentage of selling commission depends on category and subcategory. It ranges from 4% – 20 % depending upon the product category.

Shipping Fee: To ensure smooth selling as well as the best possible customer experience, Flipkart mandates delivery to all customers via their logistics partners.

The shipping cost is deducted from the selling price before making a payment to the seller.

Shipping fee is calculated based on actual weight or volumetric weight (whichever is higher).

Volumetric weight is calculated as under:

Volumetric Weight (kg) = L X B X H (Length x Breadth x Height)/6000 where L, B & H are in cm.



The following rates are exclusive of all taxes.

Closing Fee: No closing fee is charged on items with price under Rs 250. Closing fee of Rs 5 is charged for products in price range 250 to 500 and a closing is of Rs 10 for the products priced above Rs 500.

For more details on Pricing Click Here

 

Return and Damage Policy



For the protection of sellers Flipkart has set up a Seller Protection Fund (SPF). Sellers can request for claim under SPF through the seller dashboard.

SPF can be claimed under the following two circumstances:

1. When buyer is at fault
2. When the logistic partner is at fault

If the fault is at sellers end he has to bear the loss.

Sellers can raise a claim through Seller Protection Fund and depending on the case and category they will be given a refund.





For example if the product was damaged by the logistic partners or the customer, the seller has to provide an adequate proof stating, he has shipped an undamaged product and he can get the refund under SPF in his favour.

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To start selling on Flipkart you need to become a seller on Flipkart seller hub. 

The registration process for the same is quite an easy three step registration. You can get started by You can get started by Registering Here

 

The basic information to be entered during the registration process include:

1. Name.
2. Email id.
3. Address/ Business Address.
4. Product category/ies to be sold.
5. Business registration details/documents.
6. Tax registration documents like PAN, TAN, TIN, VAT/CST. according to your category.
7. Type of products/brands, etc

Once you complete all the required registration information, their concern team will revert within a set time-frame and connect with you to activate the listing.

Now Flipkart has a dedicated 24×7 support for sellers.
email at: [email protected] or  SMS ‘SELL Space ‘email ID’ to 56677

Get more insight about selling on Flipkart Here

Start Selling online on multiple marketplaces alongwith Flipkart like ebay, amazon, Shopclues, Craftsvilla, and many more through www.esellerbuddy.com

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