Dealing with a counterfeit seller or hijacker can get expensive fast. As Amazon sellers, you’ll be facing constant challenges with your product listings. Without the necessary protection against these violators, your sales will take a huge impact, and so will your expenses. At Seller Interactive, we want to alleviate these stresses by providing the support and assistance you need to protect your brand on Amazon.
Seller Interactive puts up the necessary protection needed to prevent your listing from common nuisances. This includes counterfeit products, unauthorized sellers, fake reviews, and more. The quicker you take measures to avoid these, the faster and stronger you can grow your brand on the Amazon marketplace.
As sly as hijackers and counterfeiters are, they leave tell-tale indications that give them away. These can be hard to detect to untrained eyes, but not with our hawk-eyed team. Our expertise in the field and vigilance in monitoring your brand account and activities allow us to spot the presence of such sellers long before they can do any damage.
Our ability to spot dishonest business practices and the entities behind them is backed up by a comprehensive knowledge of apprehending them correctly. As soon as we’ve confirmed their presence, we immediately perform measures under Amazon FBA guidelines. We carry these out without hesitation to protect your brand while bringing black-hat practitioners to justice.
Our extensive experience on Amazon has equipped us with a comprehensive knowledge of its guidelines and standards. Given our training and dedication in delivering results that meet or even exceed expectations, count on us to be your first line of defense against any threat in the marketplace.
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