16 Unusual Items Banned on eBay. You'd Never Think of Some of These
You can buy pretty much anything on the internet, but you're never going to find this 15 weird items on eBay.Â
eBay prohibits the sale of photos of spouses, boyfriends or girlfriends, even if there isn't any nudity in the image.Â
Although they would be pretty cool to own, any devices that control traffic lights can not be sold.Â
"Personal services" are strictly prohibited on eBay.Â
Firearms, knives and weapons of any kind can not be sold on eBay.
Blank collectible cards can be sold, but nothing that has expired within the last 10 years is allowed to be sold.Â
Hazardous materials can only be sold under the rare conditions that they can be packaged and transported according to government regulations.Â
Items that encourage illegal activity can not be sold or purchased on eBayÂ
You can find contact cases, and lens solution on eBay, but even non-prescription lenses can't be sold there.Â
Novelty stamps, currency and coins can't be sold on eBay.Â
"Animal feces or bodily fluids" are prohibited from being sold on eBay, so you can go ahead and give up that revenge plot you've been stewing over.Â
Creepy, macabre items you might want in your house like skulls, can't be sold on eBay and neither can weird things like organs or toenails.
...Who would want to buy that...?
Dolls like the one above can be sold, but those that are anatomically correct can not.Â
Buying or selling British Titles is considered to be a criminal offense.Â
Empty bottles of alcohol can be sold, but only wine from pre-approved sellers is available for purchase on eBay.
Most tobacco products can't be sold on eBay because of government regulations, however very few collectible items can be sold.Â