Questions About MAPCOP
What does Minimum Advertised Price (MAP) mean?
A minimum advertised price (MAP) policy sets a floor for prices retailers are allowed to advertise for products they sell. It's not the lowest price a retailer can sell a product for but rather the lowest price that's allowed to be offered in advertising.
How often does MAPCOP scan for violations?
The system behind MAPCOP constantly scans the internet for violations. Websites carrying products covered in your MAP policy are scanned multiples times each day, ensuring that violations are caught and identified quickly.
Can I add multiple products for monitoring at once?
Definitely. Our experts take care of adding your products for monitoring in your account after receiving the required information, whether it's one product or several thousand.
How will I know when MAPCOP finds a violation?
MAPCOP collects a screenshot along with a timestamp when it comes across a violation. You'll receive an email informing you of a violation and you can log into your MAPCOP account to view your violation history.
Will MAPCOP find violations on Amazon?
If an Amazon seller is violating your MAP policy, MAPCOP will find it. Our system dives deep into the Amazon seller list to identify vendors who are not adhering to your MAP.
MAP enforcement can be challenging, especially when it comes time to contact a violator with proof. That's not the case with MAPCOP. When a reseller is found violating your MAP policy, a real-time screenshot is captured and can be passed on within one of our built-in, fully customizable notification templates. Our system watches retailers across the internet day and night, freeing you up to focus on other areas of your brand.