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Solutions for watermarks in images?

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Hi 
I sell bundle items, for which we take Single items and multiply image X the Quantity of that bundle 

in easy term 

we sell One lotion bottle in one listing

second listing and third and so on we sell

2 , 4 , 6, 10 and so on. 

Google calls those Images as watermark in some images. 

how do i go around it>?>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>??????????????

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Solutions for watermarks in images?

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google has strict rules for merchant-defined grouped offers and shopping-ads.

for example, for multipacks of identical items, sold as a single item-offer,
the multipack attribute must be submitted with a value of the exact number
of identical items sold in a pack; such as a value of 6 for six lotion bottles.

for example, for the image_link attribute,
only, the one, single, item, on its own,
is allowed to be submitted for multipacks.

for example, only one, single, lotion bottle is allowed as the image --

regardless of the number of items sold in the bundled multipack offer.

words or numbers, or images of words or numbers,

that clarify or define the multipack, are not allowed

within the submitted image_link image.


more than one item in the displayed image_link image, is not allowed.

for multipacks, the additional_image_link attribute may be submitted,

in addition to the require image_link, to display the entire set of items

in the multipack, that the customer will be delivered after ordering --

for example, an image showing six lotion bottles; words or numbers,

or images of words or numbers, that clarify or define the multipack,

are not allowed.

otherwise, there are other campaign-types and ad-formats available,
that may be a better fit, to advertise item-offers that cannot meet all
the shopping-ads requirements -- before continuing, such items must
be removed from the feed and never resubmitted, to avoid triggering
a more serious policy flag.