Your Amazon API Credentials are used for accessing your Amazon accounts in different countries. Every country requires a different set of credentials (sometimes called Amazon API Keys in other FAQ's).Here's the step-by-step process to get your credentials.Go to your country settingsSelect the country you want to add your keys intoThe countries you have selected, without Amazon Credentials, are what will show up in your personalized Xcellerator. If you add your Amazon Credentials, Xcellerator will use these to automate as much of the process as possible. You will see multiple columns. Under the Amazon URL, click the proper link. If you have a UK Amazon Seller account, click on Amazon.co.uk. Likewise if you have a German account, click on Amazon.deClick the sign up button. It will be different for each language but generally looks like this (on the right side of the page)Amazon will ask you to login. Use your account for that country. If you are setting up for Amazon UK, login with your Amazon.co.uk credentials. Check the middle option on the next page. It will say:"I want to use an application to access my Amazon seller account with MWS."Under Application Name type Xcellerator (Spelling is important; do not forget to capitalize the X).Under Application's Developer Account Number type the number found in your account settings. For example: setting up Amazon US, use the USA developer account number 3070-1061-2948. These are different for each country. Read and Accept Amazon's Terms of Service.On the final page you will be given a Seller ID, Marketplace ID, and MWS Auth Token. Copy the Seller ID and MWS Auth Token into your Xcellerator Settings and click "Save".Xcellerator will try to verify your account information before saving your information.If you ever need to re-do this, Amazon will give you the same credentials. There is no "I forgot my Seller ID or Auth Token", you simply need to register again and it will give you the same information, again. Follow steps 1-11 for each country you want to sync to Amazon / Xcellerator.
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