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As a seller or advertiser on the Amazon platform, it is your responsibility to comply with all laws and regulations and with Amazon policies.
We provide this material for informational purposes only and it is not intended as legal advice. We encourage you to consult with your legal counsel if you have questions about the laws and regulations concerning your products.
You should carefully review the "Examples of Permitted and Prohibited Listings" sections in each category shown on the right before listing a product. Also, certain categories require you to obtain pre-approval from Amazon before listing in those categories. If you are listing products that are prohibited in certain U.S. jurisdictions, you must inform customers in the listing conditions of such shipping restrictions; such products are not eligible for FBA. In addition, there are restrictions on the import and export of many products. If you wish to list items for international purchase, you are responsible for conducting proper research to ensure that the items listed comply with all laws and regulations.
Consequences for Violations
Violations of Amazon's policy on listing prohibited items may result in actions, such as:
Amazon reserves the right to make judgments in its sole discretion about whether or not a listing is appropriate.
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Amazon encourages sellers to report listings that violate Amazon's policies or applicable law by using our Contact Us form. Select "Report a violation of our rules" and include all relevant information, so we can conduct an investigation.
Examples of Permitted and Prohibited Listings
The examples provided in these Help pages are not all-inclusive and are provided solely as an informational guide. Even where a product is listed as an "Example of Permitted Listings," all products and listings must also comply with applicable laws. In addition, any links provided are for informational purposes only, and Amazon does not warrant the accuracy of any information provided in these links.
Please use the e-mail address associated with your Amazon.com Seller account.
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