An unauthorized Amazon seller is a retailer or distributor who purchases your products and resells them without your permission on the platform.
How do I find unauthorized sellers on Amazon?
Red Points’ Brand Protection Software can track both authorized and unauthorized sellers on Amazon through bots and automation rules to look for any sudden price drops, low stock, and harmful discounts.
How do I report and remove an unauthorized seller on Amazon?
One way to report and enforce unauthorized sellers on Amazon is by signing up for Amazon Brand Registry. While not specifically made for MAP policy enforcement, it can still help a lot.
This program allows brands to access advanced reporting tools, have more control over their brand product listings across the entire platform, and protect their trademark.
With Amazon Brand Registry, you can restrict the total number of authorized sellers that can sell your products on the eCommerce giant and even detect any trademark infringements by resellers.
While Amazon does not actively protect your trademark, registered brands are usually more protected when it comes to trademark infringements and unauthorized sellers.
How do I get rid of unauthorized sellers on Amazon?
Red Points makes getting rid of unauthorized sellers easier with its Amazon unauthorized sellers enforcement service that offers a full range of features to protect your brand against MAP violations. By constantly monitoring market behavior and the price of your products online, the software can effectively track and notify non-compliant sellers on Amazon.
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