MAP pricing or a MAP policy is when a company sets a floor price on an item, requiring resellers to charge no less than this price. MAP stands for Minimum Advertised Price, which implies that the item must not have a price advertised that is bellow the MAP price.
Our system is constantly scanning for MAP violations. Sites carrying MAP products will be scanned several times a day, ensuring that violations will be identified in a timely manner.
Yes you can. Our system makes it easy to add products whether you are adding 1 or several thousand. You can type in the data or copy and paste from a spreadsheet or directly out of your system.
When our system detects a MAP violation, it is recorded with a real-time screen shot along with a time stamp. You then receive an email letting you know about the violation. You also have access to all the violations we find in your administrative panel.
If a seller on Amazon is violating your MAP policy, we will find it. Our system digs deep into the Amazon seller list to find any vendors who are not upholding MAP.