What Went Wrong???

So you tried exporting an item but no matter what, your item is still not listed on Amazon. And on the dashboard, it shows the dreadful message "Can't Export"
Here's a quick list of a few example of thing that might have

"SKU does not match any ASIN and the product data provided is not eligible for ASIN creation." 

The Problem:

This is a common problem that is born from the many differences between eBay and Amazon.
eBay has a very flexible approach to UPC's (AKA Bar-codes) it does not require each item to have a unique UPC and in some cases, it does not require the use of UPC at all.
As today eBay does not require each item to have their original manufacturer bar-code.
Amazon, on the other hand, has a very strict approach to UPC's, it does not accept an item carrying a duplicated UPC's, And for most cases, it does not accept items without  UPC at all.
Our services include a certain number of free UPC's for the use of your items if needed (the amount depends on your plan) and you can buy from us as many as you need.
But for some items (usually for items that are under well-known brands) Amazon does not accept the bar-codes that we have provided and instead it demands the items original manufacturer bar-code, in these cases the "Can't Export" message will show "SKU does not match any ASIN and the product data provided is not eligible for ASIN creation."

The Solution:

There isn't much that can be done on our side, in this case, You will have to get the original manufacturer bar-code and update it on eBay.
However, we can provide you with a full detailed list of all the items that have this same problem without you needing to find each and every one of them individually.
If you think that this problem is incorrect or the item doesn't have any original manufacturer bar-code, please feel free to contact us with the items details and we will be glad to help.

"Please load more barcodes(UPC/EAN)."

The Problem:

For many items, Amazon requires Bar-codes (UPC/EAN) where eBay does not require, our system provides your account with a certain amount of free Bar-codes that are used in these cases.
However, this message could mean one of two possible problems:

  1. The item has a bar-code, but Amazon won't accept it because it had identified that this is not the items original manufacturer bar-code.
  2. Your account had run out of usable free bar-codes.

The Solution:

Check with us if you have enough usable bar-codes, and if you do, make sure that this item haves it's original manufacturer bar-code. 

"The SKU data provided conflicts with the Amazon catalog."

The Problem:

When you try to list an item on Amazon, the Amazon systems run the items bar-code through the GS1 UPC database to verify all the details.
In many cases bar-codes get mixed, so when we are trying to transfer the item to Amazon the item is blocked because Amazon notices that the details don't match.
In most cases it is something minor like a change in the color, size or item name.
But sometimes the details are of a completely different item altogether.

The Solution:

Check up the right details for the item in this site: https://www.barcodelookup.com/
NOTE: This site does not contain information for all items, but it is generally a very helpful tool.
After you have verified it, change the item appropriately (or remove the bar-code if it belongs to a completely different item)

"Your seller account is not approved to offer seller-fulfilled products in this category at this time." Or "You are not authorized to list products in this category. "

The Problem:

On the Amazon system, categories are not given, they are earned.
Just having an account doesn't guaranty you will be able to sell in all the categories.
Some categories (mainly Toys, Jewelry, and Collectibles) will require you to contact Amazon and request special permission to list items in these categories.
Other categories are blocked for new sellers and are opened over time.
And some categories open only if the seller gains a certain amount of ratings.
There are even categories that are blocked based on the date (for example listing in the Toys category around the holidays for first-time listers in this category)
So if you receive this error, this means that you are not permitted to list items in this category yet.

The Solution:

The best thing to do is to contact Amazon support and request permission to list items in the desired category, they usually will explain to you anything you need to know/do to get approved to sell in these categories.

"Please submit an image with the longest side being a minimum length of 110 pixels"

The Problem:

Amazon has specific requirements for their accepted images. One of them is the image Size/Length which must be at least 110 pixels on each side.
an image that fails to meet these criteria will fail upon delivery.

The Solution:

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