- Log into your Seller Central account and go to your Manage Apps area (https://sellercentral.amazon.com/apps/manage)
- Click the big “Authorize new developer” button near the top of the page.
- In the Developer’s Name field enter: Never Settle
- In the Developer ID field enter: 4464-5354-5547
- Click Next
- Read, understand, and confirm your agreement with Amazon’s required conditions for granting Developer access
- Click Next
- On the confirmation page, copy your information and save it in a safe place. You can also access this information in the authorization details under your Seller Central > Manage Apps area, and you will need those values for Seller ID, Marketplace ID, and MWS Auth Token to plug into a future version of WooCommerce Amazon Fulfillment.
IMPORTANT Update on WooCommerce Amazon Fulfillment
UPDATE: March 2019 – Version 3.2.0 and higher of WooCommerce Amazon Fulfillment now supports the Developer Authorization authentication model required by Amazon. Please see the Documentation for additional details, which supersedes everything below. Original News from December 2018 (modified to remove outdated guidance): This is an important announcement from Never Settle – the developers of WooCommerce Amazon Fulfillment: It has been an amazing 4 years providing what was originally the only integration between WooCommerce and Amazon Fulfillment, which we initially built for our own Osana project. Back then it was called “NS FBA for WooCommerce.” Four years is an eternity in technology terms and big things are shifting – Amazon is no longer allowing individual sellers to automatically obtain their own developer credentials through which to access Amazon’s Marketplace Web Service (MWS) (the technology that facilitates integration between software like WooCommerce and FBA). Amazon’s position is that MWS developer credentials cannot be used in software connecting to FBA which is not directly coded by the seller their-self based on security and accountability concerns. We’ve expressed our difference of opinion that the open source ecosystem in which WooCommerce thrives more than satisfies those concerns as well as the Amazon requirements for MWS credentials by giving total transparency and ownership for sellers over 100% of the code in plugins like WooCommerce Amazon Fulfillment. Despite this, Amazon has held firm to their position and we are respectfully pursuing all available options to ensure ongoing, compliant integration with FBA through MWS. In the meantime here’s what this means for you: Amazon has asked us – as an initial step – to have all existing users of WooCommerce Amazon Fulfillment authorize our Never Settle Developer ID. This will also be a required step of any future authentication mechanism that the WooCommerce Amazon Fulfillment plugin uses to communicate with FBA through MWS. It’s a very easy and simple process: