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A seller account is a single Amazon seller account that you use to sell on Amazon in a single region such as North America (covering USA, Canada and Mexico) or UK/Europe (covering UK, Germany, Italy, Spain and France) or Japan or Australia or India. Each seller account with Amazon will have a unique Seller ID.
Each Amazon website is a marketplace within the account. For example in North America: Amazon.com, Amazon.ca and Amazon.com.mx are all marketplaces you can sell with.
Each A2X subscription will connect to a single Amazon seller account. An Amazon account is typically a region, so for example North America (including USA, Canada, Mexico) or UK/Europe (including United Kingdom, Germany, France, Italy and Spain). If you are a global business selling in multiple regions such as North America, UK/Europe, Australia and Japan, you would have an A2X account for each seller account.
Sure can! A seller who sells on Amazon.com, up to 200 orders per month would be on the mini plan. A seller on Amazon.com, up to 1000 orders per month would be on the Starter plan. Similarly for other single marketplace sellers such as Amazon.co.uk or Amazon.de or Amazon.com.au you would use a Mini or Starter plan.
If you sell in multiple marketplaces within your Amazon seller account, for example if you sell in United Kingdom, Germany, France and Spain up to 5000 orders, then you would have a Standard plan. Similarly with Amazon.com, Amazon.ca and/or Amazon.mx in North America you would have a Standard plan.