Our mission is to bring everyone the inspiration to create a life they love. We believe that when people find great products from brands that have been vetted for trustworthiness, it can empower them to do things they care about. To keep shopping on Pinterest inspirational and actionable, we routinely update our Merchant Guidelines.
You may have noticed several changes, and we hope this post can help provide more clarity!
All merchants on Pinterest must adhere to our Merchant Guidelines. If you received an email with regards to a Merchant Guideline violation, you will now have 2 appeal attempts to correct any violations. Please ensure you clearly explain any updates or changes made when submitting your appeal to help expedite the process.
As part of our Merchant Guidelines, we do not allow certain prohibited products on Pinterest. If you received an email specifically about a product Pin containing prohibited products, the violating Pin will be removed. If you believe this is an error, please submit an appeal within 7 days via the link contained in the email. You will receive one email per violating Pin (up to a maximum of 50 per day), and the link in the email will also provide you with a one-time blurred view of the Pin in question. At the moment, you must appeal each Pin through each email received. Please note that these notifications do not affect any current shopping ad campaigns.
Some product Pins and rich Pins were being incorrectly identified as containing prohibited products. All impacted Pins have been restored.
Our support team is currently experiencing a heavy volume of support tickets. As a result, their responses may be a little delayed. Rest assured they are working as fast as we can to answer all your questions!
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