Category: Walmart

Where are my Retired Walmart Products?

If you sell on Walmart for some time, you probably know that you cannot completely delete Walmart listing from their database. The most radical thing you can do to remove a product (right after setting its quantity to 0) is to retire it. You can do that on Walmart Seller Center for any product in your catalog. It is a relatively straightforward process as you have to mark the items you would like to remove and select ‘Retire Items’ from the Action Menu. After about 24 hours, your products should be removed from the website and your active items catalog.

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Walmart Pro Seller Badge Requirements Update

On August 9th Walmart has updated the criteria that you need to fulfill to be granted a Pro Seller Badge. The requirements have not changed significantly, but all sellers who would like to retain or gain the badge have to comply with new rules until the beginning of October. Along with the requirements update, Walmart has improved the badge visibility for customers, adding the information on the additional sellers’ page and in the shopping cart.

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Enabling Vacation Mode for the Walmart marketplace

Unlike other online marketplaces, Walmarts’ Marketplace does not have a simple way of entering a time frame for when you do not want to accept orders. You have two options to put your Walmart Marketplace account into a sort of “Vacation Mode.” One way where orders can still be made, and the other way buyers will be unable to purchase your products during the specified time period.

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Walmart Business line of Credit – See if you qualify

Due to the explosion of eCommerce sales and the anticipated closing of 80,000 retail stores by 2026. Walmart has been offering, through their partnership with Goldman Sachs, the ability to apply for a Walmart business line of credit of up to $250,000 with interests rates ranging from 6.99% to 9.99% in the hopes that giving Marketplace Sellers access to capital will result in boosting Walmart’s share of the growing eCommerce market.

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