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Hey 

 

What if someone has a website ' A ' and if you click on one of their products , it takes you to website ' B ' to view it and then once you proceed to check out, it takes you back to website 'A' to purchase that product.

 

Question 1: Which website do I verify on Google merchant, Since the product is on B, Google expects this to be this to be the claimed website.

 

Question 2: Will switching back to the host A lead during checkout lead to a suspension?

 

How do I go about this?

 

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September 2015

Re: Google Merchant/ Claiming

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(1) the verified and claimed website domain url must
match the link attributes in the submitted data (feed).

(2) generally, where the secure-checkout happens does not matter.

however, the website url for viewing the item not matching both
the claimed and link domain urls is a policy violation and grounds
for disapproval or suspension from the program at any time.

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Accepted by topic author Sushil C
September 2015

Re: Google Merchant/ Claiming

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# 2
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(1) the verified and claimed website domain url must
match the link attributes in the submitted data (feed).

(2) generally, where the secure-checkout happens does not matter.

however, the website url for viewing the item not matching both
the claimed and link domain urls is a policy violation and grounds
for disapproval or suspension from the program at any time.