Dear Amazon Support Team
My German sales rights were removed on XXX and the account was closed because I did not submit the German VAT tax number.
On XXXX, I received an email from Amazon official, which detailed the German VAT related policy. I carefully read the contents of the email and compared it with my own situation. I am sure that I am in Germany. For tax-free obligations, the reasons are as follows:
First, I am the seller of the self-delivery. All the order goods are sent from China to Germany;
Second, I did not use FBA services in Germany, nor did I have a third-party warehouse in Germany;
Third, my shop is a new store, which is just getting started, and the sales volume is far less than 100,000 euros.
Based on the above, I don't think I have a tax liability in Germany, so I clicked on the link in the email and entered the background to confirm and submit the disclaimer.
After that, my shop was closed. I have submitted a disclaimer in accordance with the regulations. Why is my store still closed? This may be the wrong operation, I hope that Amazon pointed out that the team can help review the content I provide and restore my sales account. I can assure that the information I provide is accurate and willing to take responsibility.
I then received another email asking me to file a disclaimer. When I click on the link, I am prompted that there is no need for my operation.
I put the two emails in the front and back and the prompts that come into the background as attachments in this email, you can use as a reference.
I hope that you can help me recover my account after the review.