Alibaba has come a long way in providing techniques to fight counterfeit products, but intellectual property issues still come up with sellers on the site. We’ll go through the steps you need to take to report a counterfeit on Alibaba and get it removed from the ecommerce site.
As digital transformation keeps accelerating in light of COVID-19, consumers are shifting to online and digital solutions instead of relying on traditional shopping methods. Since the start of the pandemic, the U.S. & Canadian online retail orders have increased 146% year-over-year growth as of mid-April. However, bad actors are also adapting fast to the new normal. Recent data shows brands have seen a 41% rise in cybercrime during Covid-19.
Product reviews and star ratings for online shopping are the most important indicator of trustworthiness for consumers. Amazon is striving to find better ways to combat fake reviews, but they have long faced significant obstacles in that battle.
Your intellectual property is important, so if you’ve found a seller on Amazon who copies your branding, steals your patented designs or sells counterfeits of your product online, then it’s time to act and Red Points is here to help.
Amazon's commingled inventory system has led to authentic brands being accused of selling counterfeits, and with it, their reputations ruined
Amazon recently released its newest product, named Project Zero. This article outlines this new initiative and what it means for brands selling on Amazon.
For Amazon sellers, the competition is fierce. You may have found or developed a great product that meets the needs or solves the problems of your target customer, but this only means that your work has just begun.
On Amazon, the Buy Box is everything to sellers - whoever gets it will dominate sales, everyone else is left to fight over the crumbs.
Cultural shifts have caused a growth in sales of sex toys online. While this is encouraging for brands, it’s also alluring for counterfeiters. Red Points’ market research investigates.