So far the best…. Only been with Next insurance a couple of weeks now… A lot more affordable then most insurance company so glad I chose Next insurance…. Thank you so much for helping me in keeping my business going
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Your business insurance coverage is designed to meet your needs
Why do Amazon sellers need insurance?
Amazon requires sellers with a Pro Merchant account and gross sales of $10,000 or more to carry general liability insurance. But keep in mind that even if you’re not required to have insurance to sell on Amazon, it’s a good idea to get coverage anyway because it can help protect your finances if something goes wrong.
What kind of insurance do Amazon sellers need?
You need $1 million in liability coverage, per occurrence and in aggregate, to meet Amazon’s sellers insurance requirements for Pro Merchants. This helps protect your business and Amazon from financial losses if you are accused of causing an injury or property damage related to whatever you are selling. Your policy (or policies) must include coverage for: products, products/complete operations, bodily injury.
Next works with Amazon to get you what you need
Our application process is 100% online, which lets you review your policy options, purchase coverage and get your certificate of insurance in less than 10 minutes, so you can start selling your stuff right away. If you have questions, our licensed, U.S.-based insurance professionals are ready to help. Start an instant quote today.
Amazon Seller Coverage Plans
Starting at $25 per month
Next has what Amazon requires
How can Next help me meet Amazon’s seller insurance requirements?
Next Insurance customizes coverage to give third-party Amazon sellers the affordable insurance you need. Our general liability coverage meets Amazon’s insurance requirements. Be sure to select the “Pro” package when you’re on the quote page so you receive the $1 million per occurrence and $1 million aggregate (per year) limits, as well as the injuries and damages coverage, that Amazon requires. This helps protect your business and Amazon from financial losses if you are accused of causing an injury or property damage related to whatever you are selling. General liability policies typically include coverage for bodily injury, personal injury and property liability, but they don’t always provide product liability coverage. At Next, we include it. Amazon asks that you put “Amazon.com, Inc., and its affiliates and assignees” as additional insureds on your policy. Basically, all it means is Amazon will have protection from your insurance provider if someone sues them because of something you did.
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