This article applies to selling in: Australia


Streaming media players

Products offered for sale on Amazon should not promote, facilitate or actively enable unauthorised access and infringement of digital media and other protected content. Any streaming media player or device that violates this policy is prohibited from sale on Amazon and it is your responsibility to ensure that you do not source and sell these products.

If found in violation, we will immediately suspend or terminate your selling privileges, and dispose of inventory in our fulfilment centres without reimbursement. Additionally, if we determine that your account has been used to engage in fraud or other illegal activity, we may also withhold or forfeit remittances and payments due to you.

Examples of permitted listings

Remember: All listings and products must comply with all laws and regulations.

Low-power radio transmitters

Examples of prohibited listings

The following products are prohibited in Australia:

  • Products that do not comply with Australian electrical safety requirements, including plugs and voltage requirements, as well as those that are:
    • Uncertified for use or sale in Australia.
    • Improperly labelled to meet Australian safety standards.
  • Products intended to affect traffic signals
  • Products whose serial numbers have been removed or altered
  • Power amplifiers used with CB radios
  • Products designed to intentionally block, jam or interfere with licensed or authorised radio communications, such as:
    • Mobile phone jammers
    • GPS jammers
    • Laser jammers
    • PCS jammers
    • Radar jammers
    • WiFi jammers
    • Radar shifters
  • Products that descramble, or gain access to cable or satellite television without permission, such as:
    • Blocker devices
    • Hardware or software DSS emulators
    • Listings for information or guides on how to de-scramble cable or satellite television without permission
    • Programmed Smart Cards
    • Smart Card programmers and un-loopers
  • Video game controllers (including cards or other devices) that replace existing technology in a video game
  • DVD duplicators that bypass copyright protections
  • Blu-ray players that have been modified to disable region coding
  • Any mobile phone that was originally locked to a mobile phone carrier and has been manually unlocked to work with other carriers (such as jailbroken iPhones, unlock codes for Blackberry)
  • Mobile phone unlocking devices
  • Mobile phones with bad electronic serial numbers (ESNs)
  • Mobile phone boosters
  • Radar detectors
  • Wireless devices (such as two-way radios and microphones) operating on the 694 MHz–820 MHz band
  • Certain streaming media players, voice assistant devices and related accessories.
  • Any USB-C (or USB Type-C) cable or adapter product that is not compliant with standard specifications issued by “USB Implementers Forum Inc.”
  • All Amazon devices, including Kindle, Echo, Fire and Ring devices
  • Cylindrical lithium-ion cell battery types: 14500, 16340, 18650, 20700, 21700 and 26650, as well as products that include theses battery types, even if the battery is not contained within the product.
  • Lichtenberg fractal wood burning equipment

Product registration and labelling requirements

It is your responsibility to ensure that all electrical products offered for sale on Amazon are safe and meet the relevant Australian standards. Every state and territory in Australia has legislation that require electrical products to be:

  • registered with the relevant electrical authority database
  • labelled with a safe electronic products approval mark before sale.

The conformance requirements will differ by product depending on the potential risk the electrical product poses. The higher the risk of a product, the greater the conformance criteria. For more information on these requirements, go to Electrical Regulatory Authorities Council.

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