Are you tired of missing out on profits because your current repricer did not update correctly? With Check My Profits, you will be able to monitor all of your items (that you have being repriced by Sku Grid and/or any other repricing tool on the market). Check My Profits will notify you every 24 hrs if your profit fell below a specified threshold. Check My Profits can track your items from over 700 supplier sources and from various marketplaces. Many repricing tools use supplier API data to access product information; however, the API data may not be updated or accurate.  With Check My Profits, we're going to give you your profitability and stock data as your customers would.


  1. Create Your Account
  2. Configure Your Settings
  3. Add Your Items to Check My Profits
  4. Learn How to Understand the Check My Profits Grid/List

Here's a link to the CSV Template shown in the tutorial: Download Here


Step 1: The first step is to visit and click the 100% FREE: LAUNCH APP button.

Step 2: Click Don't have an account? Sign Up!

Step 3: Enter your valid Email address.

Step 4: Enter your desired Username.

Step 5: Enter your Full name.

Step 6: Enter your desired Password.

Step 7: Enter the name of your Repricing software that you are currently using, if any. It can be any software. Check My Profits is FREE for everyone!

Step 8: Read over the Terms of Use and Check the box to agree to the terms.

Step 9: Click Register

Step 10: You will see an alert that tells you that Your account has been created and a message with further instructions has been sent to your email.

Step 11: Check your email for Welcome to Check My Profits.

Step 12: Click the activation link to confirm your account and finish the registration process.

Step 13: You will see an alert that says, "Thank you, registration is complete. Now you can sign in."

Step 14: Enter your username in the Login field.

Step 15: Enter the Password that you created during registration.

Step 16: Click Remember me next time if you want your password to be stored.

Step 17: Click Sign in.

Step 18: That's it. You've successfully created your 100% FREE Check My Profits Account. Now you can let the software keep an eye on your repricer and be alerted to any discrepancies early.

Here's an interactive tutorial for the visual learners


Step 1To access your notification settings, once you're logged into Check My Profits, click on Profile.

Step 2: Click Notifications.

Step 3: There will be a Notifications section. Check My Profits can send email notifications to the email that you registered with based on certain conditions, which are defined below. Check My Profits scrapes your supplier and your store link once per day.

Step 4: The first option, Send email with potential under profitable items as soon as they are found, will trigger Check My Profits to send you an email notification as soon as your item's selling price falls below a certain profit amount that you set below.

Step 5: The second option, Send email with potential under profitable items every 24 hours will still send you the email notification for non-profitable items, but it will only happen once per day, instead of instantly.

Step 6: You can only select one option or the other.  Make your selection now.

Step 7: The third option, Send if my item is in stock and supplier is out of stock will ensure that Check My Profits notifies you that your current repricer did not put your item out of stock yet. Check this option if you want to receive this notification.

Step 8: The fourth option, Send if my item is out of stock and supplier is in stock, will allow Check My Profits to notify you when your current repricer did not put your item back in stock yet. Check this box if you would like to receive this notification.

Step 9: The last setting on the page is Send only if profit falls below. This allows you to define a threshold for the non profitable item emails. The emails will only be triggered if the estimated profit drops below this amount. Enter your desired threshold

Step 10: Click Submit to save your changes.

Step 11: You will see an alert that states Your notification settings have been updated

Step 12: Next, click Settings

Step 13: By default, Check My Profits factors in shipping price into the calculation and display of estimated profit.

Step 14: If you do not want Check My Profits to account for shipping, then you can Click the checkbox to uncheck the option.

Step 15: Otherwise, leave the box checked to factor in shipping.

Step 16: Click Submit

Step 17: You'll see an alert that states Your settings have been updated. That's it, you've successfully set up your notifications. It's time to head to the next tutorial to start adding your items!

Here's an interactive tutorial for the visual learners


Step 1: If you're a Sku Grid user, the process of adding items to Check My Profits will be very easy. Click Add New List.

Step 2: A name for your Marketplace. This could be where you are syncing your items from (such as My Sku Grid Items) or it could be just the name of the marketplace you sell on. You can name it how you see fit.

Step 3: Next, enter your Total fees in percentages. Enter the total amount of fees to sell on your marketplace as well as any payment processing fees that you may have. This will be used in determining estimated profit.

Step 4: Next, since you're a Sku Grid user, you're going to paste in your Sku Grid Remote Key so that your supplier and marketplace listing urls can be imported in to Check My Profits for further monitoring.

Step 5: Log into your Sku Grid account and Click Settings.

Step 6: Click Remote API

Step 7: Right Click and Copy your Sku Grid Remote Key

Step 8: Go back to your Check My Profits account and Right Click and Paste in the Sku Grid Remote Key that you just copied.

Step 9: Click Create to create your list.

Step 10: You will see a green alert letting you know that X amount of items have been added. 

Step 11: If you have a red alert, that means that some items were missing some data and therefore cannot be added.

Step 12: To see that your items have started to import, Click Lists.

Step 13: Click the name of the list that you just created

Step 14: Uncheck the box to Hide records that are pending. When you first import the items, they are in a pending status, so with this option checked, they will not display. So if you're just wanting to see the items, while pending, you can uncheck it.

Step 15: Hold your Control (Ctrl) button and Click each of the 4 statuses so that all items display.  These are filters to help you sort your data.

Step 16: Click Search

Step 17: That's it. You're done. You'll start to see your items in a "Pending Update" status below. They will display your supplier urls, marketplace item urls, estimated profit, and stock status. This grid will be explained more in another tutorial.

Here's an interactive tutorial for the visual learners


Step 1: From inside of Check My Profits, click Add New List on the left.

Step 2: Enter a Name of marketplace. Your list name can be whatever you want it to be. It can represent what tool you're using, what marketplace you're selling on, or even just the fact that they were added by CSV. It's up to you.

Step 3: Enter your Total fees in percentages. These are your marketplace selling fees.  This is used to determine estimated profit. For example, total selling fees for eBay are about 13% (9-10% for eBay and 2.9%+ $0.30 transaction fee for PayPal).

Step 4: You can skip over the Sku Grid Remote Key section if you're not using Sku Grid and are adding items via CSV.  You'll see the last section says Import list of items in csv format.

Step 5: Note: for your CSV file, you will only need 2 column headers in this exact order supplier url, item url.  Item url is the link to your listing in your selling marketplace.

Step 6: In your spreadsheet software, make 2 columns with the following column headers supplier url and item url exactly as shown.

Step 7: Go down to Row 2 of your CSV.  This row will contain your first row of actual data.

Step 8: Paste in your supplier url in the supplier url column.

Step 9: Paste in your marketplace listing link in the item url column.

Step 10: Move to the next row and so on to fill out the information for all of the items that you need to ad.

Step 11: Once you are done adding your items, Click File

Step 12: Hover over Download as

Step 13: Click Comma-separated values (.csv, current sheet)

Step 14: Go back to your tab that has Check My Profits opened and Click Choose file

Step 15: Browse for and upload the CSV file that you saved on your computer and Click Create

Step 16: Once processed, you'll see alerts. The green alert will let you know how many items have been successfully added.

Step 17: If you have a red alert, it's because certain rows of data could not be imported.

Step 18: Click the here link to go to the report about errored items.

Step 19: To view your imported items, Click Lists

Step 20: Click on the name of the List that you created in the previous steps.

Step 21: Since they are still processing, you would have to uncheck the box for Hide records that are pending

Step 22: Hold your Control Button (Ctrl) + Click Each Status under Stock Type to display all items.

Step 23: Click Search

Step 24: Now, you'll see your pending items that are "hidden" by default and that they are still "pending update" at this time, but they have been imported.

Step 25: Now that you have a list created, you can come back and import more items later via CSV just by clicking Import Items

Step 26: Then browse for your CSV file and submit.  That's all you need to do to continue to add items easily to Check My Profits.

Step 27: That's it. You've successfully imported a CSV file from any repricing tool into Check My Profits! Now you can make sure that your repricer is working correctly!

Here's an interactive tutorial for the visual learners


Step 1: If you have not already created a list, you'll need to click Add New List on the left.

Step 2: Enter the Name of marketplace or what you want to name this list.

Step 3: Enter your Total fees in percentages. These are your total selling fees.  This includes your marketplace fees and payment/transaction fees. For eBay, the total fees are roughly 13%, so we'll use 13 in the example.

Step 4: Skip over the Sku Grid Remote Key and Import List sections and just simply Click Create

Step 5: To add your items individually, Click Add Item

Step 6: Paste in your Supplier URL

Step 7: Paste in your marketplace Item URL

Step 8: Click Create

Step 9: You've successfully added an item. If you want to check on it, you can uncheck the box that says  Hide records that are pending

Step 10: Hold Control (Ctrl) + click each of the statuses shown so that you'll be able to display all items.

Step 11: Click Search

Step 12: Now you'll see that your added item is there, but in a pending status.

Step 13: Going forward, when adding new items, you can navigate to your created list and click the green Add Item button to manually add individual items again.

Here's an interactive tutorial for the visual learners


Step 1: The first step is to open Check My Profits and click Lists

Step 2: Select the List that you created and you would like to view. In this example, we will click My Sku Grid Items

Step 3: You'll notice that Hide records that are pending is hidden by default as you may not need to see items that are just added to Check My Profits, but if you want to display them, you can uncheck this option.

Step 4: The next area in your list is a filter for Stock Type. By default, when you view a list, it is only displaying items that are either in stock at supplier & your listing and items that are OOS at supplier but in stock on your listings.

Step 5: You can select/deselect any of these filters to customize what Check My Profits is displaying to you. Or you can select all 4 statuses to see everything in your Check My Profits account.

Step 6: For this tutorial, we'll select all 4 statuses to display all.

Step 7: Click Search

Step 8: Your filtered results will display. In the grid, you'll notice the following column headers, Time checked which is when the item was last checked. CMP only checks items once per day.

Step 9: Supplier Title - This is title of the item at your supplier.

Step 10: User Title - This is the title of your marketplace listing. If the item has been removed from your marketplace, you may see Item has been removed displaying for the user title.

Step 11: Stock - This column displays whether or not your supplier and your marketplace item are out of stock or in stock at the moment.

Step 12: Profit, $ - This column displays the estimated profit of your items based on current selling price, supplier price, and the amount you put in for fees in your list settings.

Step 13: Stock - The stock column displays an indicator if your item has a stock level that you should pay attention to. Red means the supplier is OOS and your listing is still in stock. Yellow means your item is showing OOS but the supplier is in stock.

Step 14: The last column has a blank column header, but it is for Actions that can be taken on your items such as edit or delete.

Step 15: There are Bulk operations that you can perform on selected items in your Check My Profits Account.

Step 16: There's an option to Delete selected

Step 17: Or Export Selected, which would export the selected items to a CSV.

Step 18: Under Time checked, you'll see the last time the item was checked by Check My Profits. CMP only checks your items once per day.

Step 19: A Red Circle in the stock column means that either your repricer did not adjust your item to OOS or ended yet, as your listing is still in stock at your marketplace.

Step 20: A Yellow Circle means that your supplier is in stock and your item is still OOS in your selling marketplace. While it's still an indication that your repricer isn't working properly, it's less urgent.

Step 21: When you click the pencil icon on an item to update it, you'll be able to revise the supplier url and item url.

Step 22: With your mouse, select text in Supplier URL

Step 23: You can continue to use Check My Profits to monitor the profitability of your items and detect problems with your repricing tool early on. We will also send you email notifications based on your settings.

Here's an interactive tutorial for the visual learners