When our system cannot scrap the information from the source listing whether it is the price, shipping days, or the item's condition, it adds, as a protection, the sum of 133 to the source price (depends on your store currency).
In most of cases it happens when the data is missing in the source site or when an item is indeed out of stock.
You can decide whether you wish to keep the listing or to continue the upload of the item with this higher source price and wait for future scans to change it according to the new info gathered. A new scan is done on an hourly basis.
The suppliers we support are dynamic and have a platform that keeps changing its pages and thus, requires us to keep updating the code to adapt to its changes. We are always making sure the results of the scan are accurate and up-to-date.
You can check the number of OOS Days (=out of stock days) your listing has. You can check this from the Active Listings page. If you see that the item is available on the source site, yet for several days shows unavailable on your account, and you feel it should be checked, please contact us at the support chat with your account name and the eBay item ID, and we will be happy to check it for you.
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.