MAPP Trap Launches New "Merchant Traps"

As any code that’s monitored a products online knows, accurate, present businessman comprehension is essential to process and channel compliance. The problem is that merchants also know this, that is because they ceaselessly change a names of their online stores. This means that usually when a code has a non-compliant seller in a sights, a store disappears and a new one pops up. But really, it’s a same store!

That’s why, commencement on Jun 25, 2019, MAPP Trap started being alerted each time a disreputable businessman swaps out a store name. How? It’s simple: Each online marketplace seller has a digital fingerprint (aka Seller ID). And given all a merchant’s seller ratings and reviews are tied to that ID, they don’t wish to start a new account. But given changing a store name doesn’t need a new seller ID, once that ID is in MAPP Trap’s complement it’s trapped for good.

Not usually will MAPP Trap start alerting a users of Merchant Name Changes, it will also surprise clients when new merchants start violating their product pricing. Additionally, clients will get a Merchant Update Alert. as shortly as MAPP Trap’s group of veteran investigators expose new hit information (e.g., dba, write number, email, etc.)

“It’s about being proactive,” says Ron Solomon, CEO of MAPP Trap. “In sequence to strengthen their brands, a clients are dynamic to get accurate, present businessman knowledge. And given fast response is mostly a cause in successful process compliance, we’re going to send them a information as fast as it’s available.”


A exclusive hunt engine designed by ex-manufacturers, MAPP Trap monitors Amazon, eBay, Google Shopping and hundreds of other ecommerce sites to find advertised cost violations, unapproved sellers and more. It afterwards “traps” a links to those violations, identifies a merchants’ loyal identities and gives users a ability to automatically send emails to a sellers for process compliance. One of a strengths of MAPP Trap is a ability to accurately brand different or “ghost” sellers.

For some-more information about MAPP Trap revisit, call 303-670-5111 or email ron(at)

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