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AutoDS 'Anti-Theft' New Feature (Orders Scan on the Orders Processor)

Learn how you can benefit from turning on this powerful feature on your AutoDS account

Many of our users have requested from us to create a way for them to monitor the orders placed on their multiple purchase accounts. 

When many orders are placed automatically and or manually by you or your employee, it is difficult to keep track of duplicate orders. You may be losing money since orders that were already fulfilled and sent to your buyers are mistakenly placed again on your purchase account by you or your VA. 

We’ve released a new feature on the orders processor page. When you enable the feature, you will be notified by email for orders that exist on your Amazon account but don’t exist in AutoDS. This way you will be able to detect a dishonest activity or mistakes done by your VA or you.

If you do not have a subscription to the orders processor - click here to learn how to add it

AutoDS currently supports orders automation on Amazon and Aliexpress. However, this feature currently applies to Amazon only. 

To activate this feature, go to: 

Monitors ➞ Orders Processor

Open the orders processor page for edit by clicking the pencil icon on the bottom left side of the screen and then check 'Orders Scan': 

Save your changes and you're all set! 

We will notify you by email every time we find an order on your purchase account that does not appear on the orders of your AutoDS account. 

Check out these other helpful articles that might help you: 

Orders Processor- How to set up Automation for Your Orders - Semi & Full Automation

Why an Order Doesn't Appear on Your Orders Page on AutoDS

11 Common Reasons for Auto Orders Failures

If you have further questions that were not answered in this article, please do not hesitate and turn to us at the support chat - we will be more than happy to assist you. 
LUD: August 11th, 2020.