Rules For Listings
Lokein’s policies are rules that help to create a safe, fair and enjoyable trading environment for all Lokein members. As a seller, you are responsible for understanding and adhering to Lokein’s selling policies, as well as all applicable laws and regulations as outlined in the User Agreement in Rules for sellers.
Policies and guidelines specifically related to selling an item include:
- Banned, prohibited and restricted items ― What items can and cannot be listed. Lokein’s restrictions are often based on item sensitiveness and hazards level, including those dealing with copyright or trademark and prohibited by law. Before you list your item, it is a good idea to read Lokein’s Restricted and Prohibited Policy to see if it is on the list of what may not be sold on Lokein.
Listing practices ― Actions that are not allowed in listings. Click here to learn more.
Completing the sale ― These policies are related to transactions. For example, accepting payment and sending an item that is significantly different from the item described in the listing is not allowed.
Breaches of Lokein’s policies can result in a range of actions, including:
When breaches of policy occur, Lokein emails the seller, as well as bidders, that a listing has been ended. Learning about Lokein’s Rules for sellers before you list an item will help you to avoid unintentionally breaking rules (and the law). Lokein’s selling policies are updated to respond to marketplace, Community and security issues, so it is important to check them regularly for changes.