Do nothing. Amazon will do it for you X amount of days after the product ships. I suggest though, to always send personalized messages and not just use a generic feedback program. If you want to work on removing some feedback, try these guys: FeedbackFixers.com
15 years in ecommerce with 5 exits ranging from industrial goods, electronics, home & garden as well as power equipment with a heavy amount of revenue focused on Amazon.
About 10 years ago, my electronics dot com began to grow our Amazon presence. We went from doing 10 orders per day to 1000 on Amazon within just a few months. All that growth was great, however, we found that keeping up with Amazon’s strict rules of ODR and upkeeping 95%+ feedback was hard.
Over the last decade, our focus has always been customer service in all of my retail companies, and while I welcomed Amazon’s strict rules and SLA’s, it was still a challenge to get to 99% error-free orders based upon Amazon’s ODR metrics.
We began to build parts of our team that would focus on reducing negative feedback, claims etc, but there was always those cases where the feedback or claim was not fair and not warranted. Sometimes a product claim vs. our service etc. In the beginning, it was easy to tell Amazon something was wrong and they would fix and remove the feedback. As time went on, especially in 2018, it became near impossible.
This is where FeedbackFixers was born. We have built and perfected a process in house through a decade of feedback experience as an FBM retailer for working with unpleasant feedback. Our passion is to service the customer, but it is also to make it fair and give the ability to small business’s to succeed on Amazon with our amazing service.