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Safety razors merchant centre feeds disapproved

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our client sells shaving preparations and safety razors. Everytime we upload a feed, the razors are disallowed. we have changed the descriptions so 'blades and razors' aren't mentioned, instead we call them shaving equipement and cartridges.

But still no joy.

We have spoken to Google who suggested changed the ID code and reuploading the feed but this didnt work either.

there are plenty of other brands who have managed to get their razors onto shopping

Any ideas?

Thanks Bruce

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Accepted by MosheTLV (Top Contributor)
September 2016

Re: Safety razors merchant centre feeds disapproved

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generally, such disapprovals are simply automatic.

posting the exact disapproval message and all specific item data being
submitted may allow forum-members to offer more specific suggestions.

otherwise, about the only option is trial-and-error --
carefully inspect all attributes being submitted and
landing-page details, including all product images,

not only the title and description.

trigger words or phrases may not be obvious.

sometimes, removing the item from the feed for a few weeks
and changing the landing-page with as much new or clarifying

information as possible may help the automated review process.

of course, all data must accurately reflect the physical item.

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Marked as Best Answer.
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Accepted by MosheTLV (Top Contributor)
September 2016

Re: Safety razors merchant centre feeds disapproved

[ Edited ]
Top Contributor
# 2
Top Contributor

generally, such disapprovals are simply automatic.

posting the exact disapproval message and all specific item data being
submitted may allow forum-members to offer more specific suggestions.

otherwise, about the only option is trial-and-error --
carefully inspect all attributes being submitted and
landing-page details, including all product images,

not only the title and description.

trigger words or phrases may not be obvious.

sometimes, removing the item from the feed for a few weeks
and changing the landing-page with as much new or clarifying

information as possible may help the automated review process.

of course, all data must accurately reflect the physical item.