1. Introduction

    1. Before you list your item, you need to find out if your item is allowed on and if the type of item is subject to certain restrictions to avoid potential issues with your listing. As a seller, you are ultimately responsible for making sure that selling an item is legal in the eyes of the law.

  2. List of prohibited and restricted items

    1. Following are list of prohibited and restricted items:

      1. Any product, goods or services which are not / not related to medical equipment and related spare parts and accessories. Primedeq shall reserve the right to decide as to whether a particular goods, product or service falls under the above mentioned criteria or not.

      2. Any medical equipment spare parts or accessories not conforming to the medical devices or equipment policy detailed below.

    2. Illustrative list of prohibited and restricted items are:

      1. Adult Material

      2. Alcohol (see also Wine)

      3. Animals and Wildlife Products - examples include live animals, mounted specimens, and ivory

      4. Artifacts

      5. Beta Software

      6. Bootleg/Pirated Recordings

      7. Brand Name Misuse

      8. Catalogue and URL Sales

      9. Clothing, Used

      10. Comparison Policy

      11. Compilation and Informational Media

      12. Contact Information

      13. Contracts

      14. Copyrights

      15. Counterfeit Currency and Stamps

      16. Downloadable Media

      17. Drugs

      18. Electronic Surveillance Equipment

      19. Embargoed Goods and Prohibited Countries

      20. Event Tickets

      21. Firearms, Ammunition, Militaria, Weapons and Knives

      22. Fireworks, Explosives and Explosive Substances

      23. Food

      24. Games Software: Sony, Sega, and Nintendo

      25. Government IDs and Licenses

      26. Hazardous, Restricted, and Regulated items

      27. Human Parts and Remains

      28. Importation of Goods - examples include CDs that were intended only for distribution in a certain country

      29. International Trading

      30. Items Encouraging Illegal Activity – examples include an eBook describing how to create methamphetamine

      31. Misleading Titles

      32. Mod Chips

      33. Movie Prints

      34. OEM Software

      35. Offensive Material - examples include ethnically or racially offensive material

      36. Police, Army, Navy and Air force Related Items

      37. Pre-Sale Listings

      38. Prohibited Services

      39. Promotional Items

      40. Real Estate

      41. Recordable Media

      42. <p >Replica and Counterfeit Items
      43. <p >Ringtones
      44. <p >Stocks and Other Securities
      45. <p >Stolen Property
      46. Surveillance Equipment

      47. <p >Tobacco
      48. <p >Trademarks
      49. <p >Travel
      50. Weapons & Knives

      51. <p >Wine
    3. Medical devices policy

      1. The sale of medical devices is highly regulated by the government because of potential dangers and associated health risks with the use of such devices.

      2. Sellers may not list medical devices on the Website that require government authorization for distribution to third parties.

      3. Further, Primedeq requires sellers of medical devices to not be in violation with each of the following, when listing such items on the Website:

        1. Sellers must handle all medical devices in accordance with the manufacturer's instructions before posting. Sellers may not list any medical device that has been altered in any way that significantly changes the product's performance or safety specifications.

        2. By listing in this category, sellers certify that he / they are authorized to sell and will comply with applicable laws to the sales of professional medical devices specifically the provisions of Drugs and Cosmetics Act, 1940.

      4. Radiology items must be approved by AERB

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