ChannelEngine: Why are my prices 100 times higher?
If in ChannelEngine, your products have prices that are a hundred times higher than they are in your product feed, the prices in the feed will most certainly be separated by a comma ( , ). While this is a common character to separate prices in the Netherlands and other parts of Europe, the international standard is to separate prices by a dot ( . ). Also, every marketplace will expect prices to be separated by a dot.
If you use commas for price notation and you see prices in ChannelEngine that are too high, please enable the setting 'Use commas in prices?'.
This will make sure that on the next feed import the decimals will be read correctly and prices are back to normal.