Policies and Agreements
What is allowed?
Here are some of the key requirements for selling on Amazon:
What is not allowed?
To sell on Amazon, you may not engage in any of the activities described in our policy on Prohibited Seller Activities and Actions. You also may not list products that:
- Violate our Restricted Products Policy
- Are unsafe
- Are available only by prescription
- Violate a third party’s intellectual property rights or our Anti-Counterfeiting Policy
- Violate any other Amazon policies, including those described under the following:
What requires pre-approval?
Some categories, brands, and products require Amazon’s pre-approval before you can list them. To learn more, please review our categories and products requiring approval.
What happens if I violate a policy?
Maintaining a trusted marketplace for buyers and sellers is our top priority. We are constantly innovating on behalf of our customers to improve the services we offer and the ways we monitor our marketplace. When we identify a violation of our policies, we take appropriate action, which may include suspending or terminating Amazon privileges.
How do I report a violation?
We encourage sellers and other third parties to report activity that appears to be violating Amazon’s rules and policies.
If you are an intellectual property rights owner or their agent and want to notify Amazon of alleged intellectual property infringement, such as copyright and trademark concerns, please use this form here or email email@example.com.
Seller Agreement and Related Policies
Make sure to read and understand all applicable Amazon agreements and policies for the marketplaces in which you sell, as marketplaces may have unique policies and agreements. Following are the selling agreement and a number of additional related policies for selling on Amazon.in.