How to Register an Internet Service Provider Company on Amazon


Are you an Internet Service Provider (ISP) looking to expand your business? If so, joining Amazon’s marketplace is a great way to do so. The process of setting up an account on Amazon can be time-consuming at first, but once you have done it once or twice, it will get easier. In this article, we’ll walk through the steps needed to register on Amazon as well as what you need from each section in order for your application to be approved.

Requirements to Register on Amazon

Amazon requires that you have a U.S. business address, a U.S. bank account, a U.S. credit card and/or a U.S.-based phone number to register your internet service provider company on Amazon FBA.

  • You must have a registered business entity. This can be a partnership, corporation, or sole proprietorship
  • Your business bank account must be valid and able to accept payment from Amazon Payments. If your business has more than one bank account (for example as part of your bookkeeping system), then only one account can be used as the source of funds for this purpose

You must also have your own Social Security Number or Employer Identification Number (EIN) to be eligible to register as an ISP on Amazon FBA because the application requires verification of your identity by providing the last four digits of your social security number or EIN as part of the registration process.

Create an Amazon Web Services (AWS) Account

To register an ISP company on Amazon, you need to have an AWS account. Create an AWS account by following these steps:

  • Go to the Amazon Web Services (AWS) homepage and sign up for a free trial or start using the service right away by paying a small fee.
  • After creating your account, log in and click Get Started with EC2 in the left navigation bar. This will take you through a series of steps where you’ll create an instance of Amazon Linux 2 or Ubuntu Server 16 LTS, which are two different types of operating systems that can run in conjunction with your new business’s website or apps so that they function properly online when people visit them via their computers or mobile devices like smartphones or tablets.

Details Associated with your Business

Supporting Documentation

You’ll be required to upload the following supporting documentation:

  • Business Name
  • Business Address
  • A copy of your Taxpayer Identification Number (TIN) and the name of your company
  • A copy of your EIN letter from the IRS. (This is usually included in a packet you get after filing for an EIN.)
  • Prove you have the right to do business, such as a Certificate of Authority or Articles of Incorporation

Profession Seller or Individual Seller

A Professional Seller account is a new account type that allows you to sell in the Amazon marketplace. Your customers can shop for and buy products, and you can ship these products directly to their doorsteps (as opposed to Fulfilled by Amazon).

If your business meets all the following criteria, you can register a Professional Seller account:

  • You have a single legal entity (i.e., not an LLC), with one contact person or owner.
  • You have been selling on Amazon for at least six months.
  • All of your active sellers have had an average feedback rating of 4 stars or higher over their last 12 months on the platform.

If you plan to sell on as an individual seller, you can register as a Professional Seller or a Fulfilled by Amazon (FBA) Seller. Individual sellers cannot sell on Amazon Business, which is only open to professional sellers who use Fulfillment by Amazon (FBA). Individual sellers must ship all orders themselves and provide customer service for those orders.

Launching your Internet Service Provider Company

Launch your new Internet Service Provider company. Use the Amazon Marketplace Web Service (MWS) to list your product on Amazon. Amazon can be a good way to get started in e-commerce and make some extra cash on the side or make it your full-time business.

However, you need to register your business with Amazon and follow the steps in order for it to be successful! If you don’t, then your account will eventually be suspended or closed down.


Now that you’ve registered your Internet Service Provider Company on Amazon and launched it, it’s time to start selling your products. The steps above will help guide you through this process so that it goes smoothly from start to finish!

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