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Amazon restricted and prohibited brands

Be careful what you try to sell on Amazon, not everything is allowed.
Be careful what you try to sell on Amazon, not everything is allowed.
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Amazon has very specific rules for what can be sold on the site and by whom. Some of these restrictions fall under "Intellectual Property Rights," meaning that the brand (such as Dunkin Donuts) has made an agreement with Amazon not to allow any third party sellers to sell their products. In some cases, the brand isn't allowed at all, only Amazon.com can sell it, or are only allowed by authorized retailers. This list is subject to change at any time by Amazon.com.

Ahava
Apple
Bare Essentials Cosmetics
Beach Body/ P90X
Beats By Dre
Benefiber
Bose
Bragg Apple Cider Vinegar
Burberry
Buxom Buxom cosmetics
Chanel
CHI
Chicco (Artsana)
Coach
Comtrex
DDF
Discovery Kids
Disney DVDs
Dr. Brandt
Dr. Dennis Gross/MD Skin Care
Dunkin Donuts
Excedrin Sinus Headache
Ferragamo
Furminator
Gillette
Giorgio Armani
Green Pasture
Gucci
Hasbro Fur Real Adult Cookie Dog
HBO Season DVD's
Hello Kitty
InStyler
Kiehl’s
Klipsch
Lancôme
Levi
Lifeproof
Lorac
L’Occitane
MAC Cosmetics
Meissen (Meissner) Porcelain
Michael Kors
Microsoft
Molton Brown
Nars
Nature's Sunshine
Need for Speed Rivals (Xbox 360)
Oral B
Otterbox
Ray-Ban
Rosetta Stone
Sanrio
Sensa Diet
Showtime DVD's
Sony
Speck iPad/iPhone cases
Spigen
Stila
Strivectin
Theraflu Caplets
True Religion Brand Jeans
Urban Decay
Victoria's Secret
Warner Brothers
Wedderspoon Organic Honey
Your Baby Can Read

Third party sellers (resellers) are not allowed to sell these products unless granted special permission by Amazon. Contact Amazon Seller Support for details.

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