Prohibited Merchandise


Prohibited Merchandise

Unless otherwise expressly permitted in writing by Sears, Seller shall not promote, offer for sale, or provide Sears Marketplace with Merchandise Listings that contain any of the following items or categories:

  • Pornography in any form of media
  • Alcoholic beverages, cigars, cigarettes or tobacco products
  • Products that promote or glorify:
  1. Hatred, violence, or intolerance (whether racial, sexual, religious or otherwise) or
  2. Organizations that foster such hatred, violence or intolerance.
  • Live animals or taxidermy
  • Tomb artifacts or grave-related items
  • Automobiles, motorcycles, or scooters requiring registration
  • Charity fundraising activities
  • Used cosmetics
  • Credit or debit cards
  • Gift cards
  • Hazardous materials or Hazmat designated items
  • Illegal and/or prescription drugs, illegal drug paraphernalia, or materials describing how to make illegal drugs
  • Embargoed goods from prohibited countries currently listed by the U.S. Office of Foreign Assets Control
  • Event tickets
  • Firearms and weapons (including but not limited to certain knives, crossbows, guns, gun parts, gun kits, ammunition, mace, pepper spray, black powder, and explosives)
  • Government issued uniforms, government documents, government identifications, and government licenses
  • Human parts and human remains
  • Surveillance equipment (including but not limited to lock picking devices, wiretapping devices, telephone bugging devices)
  • Lottery tickets
  • Mailing lists and personal consumer information
  • Manufacturer’s coupons
  • Medical devices regulated by any state or federal agency or authority
  • Pesticides
  • Firewood or lumber (not including artificial or manufactured fire logs)
  • Postage meters or stamps
  • Real estate
  • Stocks and other securities
  • Travel
  • Illegal products, illegal services, stolen or recalled products.
  • Illegal toy guns in New York and California – barrel cannot be black, blue,  or silver.  There must be an orange stripe that runs along the length of the barrel to identify the gun as a Toy.
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