Struggling with FBA returns, anyone else?

I am doing FBA in clothing in my brand and started 3 months ago, I started catching up spending big $$$ on ads and my products are also qood quality, still I am getting a lot of returns. Is it common in clothing or am I doing anything wrong? My product description has size chart and also mentioned to size up accordingly. Still I am not able to make any profit due to returns and when I bring a listing up in ranking by spending a lot on ads, then comes the hijackers who destroy my listing. Overall very frustrating. We got approved to list our new brand by applying to list by sending pictures of clothes permanently affixed on clothes , and how come hijackers are allowed without any application ?? It’s high time for amazon to change this rules.

It is common for clothing sellers to experience high return rates, especially in the early stages of their business. There are a number of reasons for this, including:

Customers are unable to try on the clothing before they buy it.

Clothing sizes can vary from brand to brand, so it can be difficult to get the right fit.

Customers may change their mind about the product after they receive it.

If you are providing clear and accurate sizing information in your product descriptions, and you are still getting a lot of returns, it is possible that you are doing something wrong. Here are a few things to check:

Are your product photos accurate? Customers should be able to get a good idea of what the product looks like in real life from your photos.

Are your product descriptions clear and easy to understand? Customers should be able to understand what the product is, what it is made of, and how it fits.

Are your prices competitive? If your prices are too high, customers may be more likely to return the product.

If you have checked all of these things and you are still getting a lot of returns, you may need to consider changing your product offerings or your marketing strategy.

As for the issue of hijackers, this is a frustrating problem that many sellers face. Amazon does have some policies in place to prevent hijackers, but they are not always effective. If you are being hijacked, you can try to report the problem to Amazon, but there is no guarantee that they will take action.

In the meantime, there are a few things you can do to protect yourself from hijackers:

Use a strong brand name that is difficult to hijack.

Register your brand with Amazon.

Use a unique product identifier (ASIN) for each of your products.

Monitor your listings for suspicious activity.

I hope this information is helpful. Selling clothing on Amazon can be a challenge, but it can also be very rewarding. With a little effort, you can reduce your return rate and protect yourself from hijackers.