Online Seller Enforcement for Stopping MAP, Unauthorized & Counterfeit Violators
WHAT OTHERS SAY ABOUT US
E-Enforce, a division of Cyber Investigation Services LLC, has been providing proven E-Enforcement solutions to Law Firms, Global Corporations and MAP data providers with proprietary technological, investigative and data intelligence solutions for the management and enforcement of E-Commerce and cyber abuses.
GUARANTEED CLEANUP OF AMAZON, EBAY, & OTHER MARKETPLACES
Brands are losing the battle to control violators that are breaking their MAP policy, not authorized to sell the companies’ products, or are even selling counterfeit products. E-Enforce™ returns control of the online marketplaces to the brands, and unmasks the identity of hidden trolls.
FREE YOUR TEAM FROM ENFORCEMENT ACTIVITIES
Brands have found that performing marketplace enforcement is a black hole that consumes large amounts of time from in-house personnel. Our E-TRIAD™ process combines the needed technology, investigation, and legal components in an integrated workflow system that frees your team from enforcement responsibilities.
NO NEED TO REINVENT THE ENFORCEMENT “WHEEL”
Our online marketplace enforcement expertise is a specialized body of knowledge acquired by dealing with thousands of marketplace violators on a monthly basis. When a brand needs help in gaining control of unauthorized sellers, our E-TRIAD™ team is there to provide the guidance of best practices to move forward. See our article: “Why The World’s Largest Brands Use The E-Triad Process To Solve Illegal Online Sales”.
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