E-commerce giant Amazon is telling Australian sellers to be ready to take Black Friday orders on Thursday, November 23rd.
The warning is the first time Amazon has told Australia a start date since it confirmed plans back in April that it would open in the country.
Founder Adam Mills of KoalaSafe, a child internet monitor provider, told Reuters, “There’s a trial starting tomorrow at 2:00 p.m. (0300 GMT), and (Amazon) is saying that you need to be prepared to receive orders from that point on.”
It was Lifehacker Australia that published a screen shot of an email from Amazon to some retailers in the country that are registered to sell goods on the e-commerce site The email said it would “start an internal testing phase with a small number of customers on Thursday 23 November.”
The e-mail also said, “You should be prepared to receive orders from this point onward.”
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