What items are not allowed for sale on Warrp?

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The prohibited items list below details what can’t be listed for sale on Warrp. Please also read our Marketplace Terms & Conditions which might have other updated information concerning selling on Warrp.

  • Alcoholic Beverages
  • Blood, Body Parts and Bodily Fluids, or offers of humans for sale, including offers or requests for adoption or surrogacy
  • Burglary Tools
  • Counterfeit Products, replicas or knock-off brand name goods
  • Embargoed Goods
  • Endangered or protected species, or any part of any endangered or protected species
  • Prostitution and Escort services that offer sex, sexual favours, sexual actions or sexual services in exchange for anything
  • Fireworks, Destructive Devices and Explosives
  • Government and Transit Badges, Uniforms, IDs, Documents and Licenses
  • Hazardous Materials including but not limited to radioactive, toxic and explosive materials
  • Identity Documents, Personal Financial Records & Personal Information
  • Illegal Drugs, controlled substances, substances and items used to manufacture controlled substances and drugs, & drug paraphernalia
  • Illegal items and services, and items which encourage or facilitate illegal activity
  • Illegal telecommunication and electronics equipment such as access cards, password sniffers, radar scanners, traffic signal control devices or cable descrambler
  • Items issued to any Armed Force that have not been disposed of in accordance with that country’s demilitarisation policies
  • Lottery Tickets, Sweepstakes Entries and Slot Machines
  • Material, pictures and images that are obscene, pornographic, adult in nature, contain nudity or are harmful to minors
  • Material that infringes copyright, including but not limited to software or other digital goods which you are not authorised to sell
  • New merchandise or services from network marketing companies, work-from-home, independent franchisees or distributors, or similar representatives
  • Personal information or mailing lists. We do not accept the sale of bulk email, Internet Protocol (IP), Instant Messenger (IM), or mailing lists that contain names, addresses, phone numbers, or other personal identifying information. Any tools or software designed predominantly to send unsolicited commercial messages (UCE or “spam”) are also not permitted.
  • Selling or offering services for supplements/medicine general or pharmaceutical
  • Software, websites, domain names or any data or digital transferable items
  • Prescription or Non-prescription drugs and devices, drugs that make false or misleading treatment claims, or treatment claims that require therapeutic goods administration “TGA” approval
  • Offensive material
  • Pesticides or hazardous materials
  • Plants and insects that are restricted or regulated
  • Recalled items, banned products or products that do not meet the mandatory product safety standards (for items recalled in Australia and information on product safety bans and mandatory standards, please visit: www.productsafety.gov.au).
  • Stocks and other securities including Bitcoins and related mining equipment
  • Stolen property
  • Tobacco products and related items, including e-cigarettes
  • Used cosmetics
  • Used or rebuilt batteries or batteries containing mercury
  • Weapons and related items (including, but not limited to firearms, firearm accessories, parts and magazines, ammunition, paintball guns, gel blaster guns, BB and pellet guns, spearguns, tear gas, tasers, stun guns, switchblade knives, martial arts weapons, archery and/or bow and arrow equipment)
  • Ivory, rhino horn or any animal parts or hunting trophies
  • Votes in elections administered by the Australian Electoral Commission or state-based Electoral Commission
  • Census or other survey papers issued by the Australian Bureau of Statistic
  • All ads for COVID-19 associated items, including: Surgical and respiratory masks, Hand sanitisers and gels, Toilet paper, Disinfectant wipes, Medical protection disposable gowns and gloves and all masks for children under the age of two