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    Now Amazon require sellers to add the shipping-carrier name. Beginning April 5, 2021, you will be required to provide the carrier name when you confirm shipments via bulk feeds, APIs, or integrators. Some of the commonly used carrier names are USPS, UPS, and FedEx. Beginning May 3, 2021, Amazon will validate tracking details for all seller-fulfilled orders, and show warnings for invalid tracking details. amazon.com
     
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