There could be two problems causing the map not showing a correct address or a random point of interest.
– Wrong address. In some countries Google Maps work differently. Please try to enter only the postcode or only the city and see if anything changes.
– Over Query Limit. If the map is showing a random address, completely unrelated to your location (most of the times a small island in Africa), this is because your website is on a shared hosting platform. Google introduced limitations to the number of calls apps can make to their service. If your website share the same IP of a website that makes to many calls, you won’t be able to show the map. This is unless you change hosting arrangements. Unfortunately we won’t be able to help with that.