Replicas, counterfeit items, and unauthorised copies policy
Items that bear a company's official brand name or logo can be listed as long as the products were made or officially endorsed by that company.
For a safer buying and selling experience on eBay, we don't allow listings for counterfeit items, fakes, replicas, or unauthorised copies. unauthorised copies include things that are backed-up, bootlegged, duplicated, or pirated—which are all illegal. These kinds of things may infringe on someone's copyright or trademark.
For examples of what you can and can't sell on eBay, see the guidelines below.
Make sure your listing follows these guidelines. If it doesn't, it may be removed, and you may be subject to a range of other actions, including limits of your buying and selling privileges and suspension of your account.
Be sure to report listings that offer counterfeit items or replicas. We also encourage you to report listings that offer unauthorised copies of media.
Here are some examples of items that can and can't be listed on eBay (note that this isn't an exhaustive list):
It's illegal to sell bootlegs, counterfeits, fakes, replicas, or unauthorised or pirated copies of any product. In order to comply with the law, we don't allow these items to be offered on eBay. This policy also helps protect buyers from getting counterfeit or unauthorised goods, and helps protect rights holders from copyright or trademark infringement.
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