If your products are sold on Amazon.com and you also sell on Amazon.ca, one or more of you listings is probably infected.
I am sure there are other names, but I call them “Listing Lice.”
Sellers will list on your listing for 2-3 times the regular price. They are waiting for you to go out of stock in the hopes a customer won’t mind paying the higher price. They will then place an order from your stock on Amazon.com and dropship the order to the customer in Canada.
Brand Registry doesn’t keep you safe, the Transparency Program won’t keep you safe, even Amazon won’t do anything about it.
You can message sellers asking them to remove their listings. They usually cooperate. Ten minutes later, another one hops on.
I don’t have a solution.
I do have a couple question for Amazon Sellers if they sell on Amazon.com and Amazon.ca:
1) What do you do about Listing Lice?
2) Do they bother you? Why?