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Prohibited and Restricted Items

iMartTree.com’s does not want to run the risk of having illegal, unsafe, or other restricted products available for purchase on their platform. The sale of these items, including products available only by prescription, is strictly prohibited and if you are operating on the platform, need to ensure compliance with all of iMartTree.com’s restricted product laws and regulations. Before listing any items online, review the Restricted Products Help pages for proactive best practices and actionable guidance.

If you supply a product in violation of the law or any of iMartTree's policies, including those listed on the Restricted Products pages, we will take corrective actions.

Restricted products are a sensitive topic for the e-commerce leader and the details surrounding these types of items are not to be taken lightly, as selling restricted goods has the ability to upend a lucrative iMartTree.com storefront, seemingly overnight. You should be immensely cautious that the items in your portfolio do not contain any of iMartTree.com’s restricted items. If you have any doubts, err on the side of caution and always have thorough details about where your items are sourced from and go through quality assurance before they are listed on iMartTree.com.

iMartTree.com states that if you “supply a product in violation of the law or any of iMartTree.com’s policies, including those listed on the Restricted Products pages, we will take corrective actions, as appropriate, including but not limited to immediately suspending or terminating selling privileges, destroying inventory in our us centers without reimbursement, returning inventory, terminating the business relationship, and permanent withholding of payments. The sale of illegal or unsafe products can also lead to legal action, including civil and criminal penalties.”

If iMartTree.com somehow discovers a restricted item or ingredient in an item that you are selling, you can face any of these consequences, and at the very least will need to stop selling the item. You will receive a notification from iMartTree.com that an item may have triggered a restricted product policy. They may even have let you sell a certain item in the past and decided to make it a restricted item moving forward, and will request that you remove the inventory as soon as possible or they will do so themselves.

Certain product categories require pre-approval from iMartTree.com before you can list items in those categories, and some require additional information and/or a supplemental guarantee. Some of these items are specific software products, laser pointers and related products, and hoverboards. Additionally, if you are operating via an iMartTree model, you should also review the iMartTree Product Restrictions page, which lists the items that are not eligible for the iMartTree program.

Examples of items that are not allowed to be sold through us by iMartTree.com are wapens of all types, all types of nude media, all types drugs, alcoholic beverages, sky lanterns or floating lanterns, loose packaged batteries, damaged or defective items, or products that have been illegally replicated, reproduced, or manufactured. If you are selling items for international purchase, you are responsible for conducting the research to ensure that the items listed are in compliance with all applicable laws and regulations.

 

Restricted products

  1. Alcohol and all typs of drugs
  2. Animals & Animal-Related Products
  3. Art - Fine Art
  4. Art - Home Decor
  5. Automotive and Powersports
  6. Composite Wood Products
  7. Cosmetics & Skin/Hair Care
  8. Currency, Coins, Cash Equivalents, and Gift Cards
  9. Dietary Supplements
  10. Drugs & drug paraphernalia
  11. Explosives, Weapons, and Related Items
  12. Export Controls
  13. Food & Beverage
  14. Gambling & Lottery
  15. Hazardous and Dangerous Items
  16. Human Parts & Burial Artifacts
  17. Jewelry & Precious Gems
  18. Laser products
  19. Lighting
  20. Lock Picking & Theft Devices
  21. Medical devices and accessories 
  22. Offensive and Controversial Materials
  23. Pesticides and Pesticide Devices 
  24. Plant and Seed Products
  25. Postage Meters & Stamps
  26. Recalled Products
  27. Recycling electronics
  28. Sex & Sensuality
  29. Subscriptions and Periodicals
  30. Surveillance Equipment
  31. Tobacco & Tobacco-Related Products
  32. Warranties, Service Plans, Contracts, and Guarantees
  33. Refrigerants: Ozone-Depleting Substances and Substitutes
  34. Confederate flag merchandise
  35. Coupons
  36. Domain names
  37. Drop-side cribs
  38. Ethanol products that are advertised as not being denatured, advertised as not having a bittering
  39. gent, or advertised as consumable
  40. Event tickets, such as concert tickets and sporting events tickets
  41. Real or replica government, law enforcement, security, or military or paramilitary badges,
  42. dentification documents, birth certificates, passports, licenses, patches, collars, or tags
  43. Listings that redirect any customers from the Amazon.com site into any other sales channel with the
  44. xception of advertisements that are part of the Amazon Product Ads
  45. Magic Wine Decanter
  46. “Mystery boxes,” “Surprise boxes,” or similarly named products containing items that are not clearly
  47. escribed on the product detail page
  48. Products intended to be used to produce an illegal product or undertake an illegal activity
  49. Products made available by digital download, including "codes" that can be used to access content on
  50. ther websites or services
  51. Products that contain asbestos, especially corrugated paper, rollboard, commercial paper, specialty aper, and flooring felt
  52. Products that contain Polychlorinated Biphenyls (PCBs), such as some electrical equipment, plasticizers in paint, carbonless copy paper, and other industrial products
  53. Products that include any likeness of the seals of the President, Vice President, Senate, House of Representatives, or Congress
  54. Products that infringe upon an individual's privacy, such as the sale of marketing lists and personal information
  55. Products that are recreational boats without a proper Manufacturer Identification Code (MIC) and do not have a valid Hull Identification Number (HIN)
  56. Products with the serial number removed or altered
  57. Real property or real estate
  58. Solutions manuals intended to be used by teachers, proctors, or official examiners (textbooks and solutions manuals for students are permitted) 
  59. Teacher's editions of textbooks in any format, such as: Hardcopy or softcover bookse Book, CD-R, DVD or other electronic versions of teacher's editions
  60. Used or refurbished gas connectors
  61. Video game bundles (e.g., bundles of products sold together, such as the "Sony PlayStation Portable Bundle with 5 Games")
  62. Your Baby Can Read products
  63. Products made from cotton sourced in Turkmenistan or Uzbekistan

 

You the Seller (VENDOR), is responsible for the harm the sale caused to another (BUYER).

 


Check general FAQ's below and post others if you have any questions.
Can I sell on iMartTree and have my own independent store page?
Omar Bamah
Yes, you are going to get your own storepage with your own logo and your own paypal payment account asinged to it , all inclouded in any plan you select from the plans page here
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