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Published: October 29 2009, 5:13:00 PMUpdated: November 28 2020, 8:01:38 PM


1. Is there a specific date range for FeeSettlementReport that I request for?
When requesting a FSR you only need to specify the startTime in the following format - <startTime>yyyy-mm-ddT00:00:00.000Z</startTime>, where mm is the month for which you are generating the invoice and dd is the BillingCycleDate (if BillingCycleDate == 0, then dd = 01, if  BillingCycleDate == 15, then dd = 16).

To find the BillingCycleDate for the seller, make a call to GetAccount for the seller and looking at the value of BillingCycleDate


2. Are FeeSettlementReports incremental in nature?( i.e.  If I pull one down then those details would not be included in the one that I pull there after.) Is this generated on a monthly basis.i.e. if i make a call on consecutive days will I get the same data?
FeeSettlementReport is your invoice for the month and is generated on a monthly basis. Therefore the data will not overlap between successive FSRs.

3. Are there any limits on how many times I can make this call to get the FeeSettlementReport?
You can make a request to download the FSR once every 24 hours for a given invoice cycle, however the data will not change for successive requests for the same start time. Seller should be able to download FSRs for the last 3 invoice months from a given date (assuming seller was set up for FSR access for that time).


4. When is FeeSettlementReport available?
There are some delays before the FSR becomes available after your billing invoice is ready. We recommend that you wait until the 6th of a month for a seller whose BillingCycleDate = 0 and until the 21st for a seller whose BillingCycleDate = 15 before you reuqest the FSR for a given invoice period.

5. Do I need to sign up for getting access to the FeeSettlementReport?
Yes access to the FeeSettlementReport requires a simple one-time set-up process.

6. Is FeeSettlementReport for LMS supported in Sandbox
No. FeeSettlementReport is not supported in Sandbox

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