Because Amazon wants to ensure that products offered through the website are safe, listings for any products recalled by any importer or manufacturer of a product, by the Canadian Food Inspection Agency (CFIA), Transport Canada or by any other government agency are prohibited. Sellers must conduct proper research to ensure that their listings comply with applicable local, provincial, federal and international laws and regulations. For purposes of this document, the term "listing" refers to live ASINs as well as offerings matched to product pages on the Amazon website. Sellers also should review carefully the "Examples of Permitted and Prohibited Listings" and "Additional Useful Information" sections below before listing an item.
The material provided below is for informational purposes and is not intended as legal advice. Sellers are responsible to ensure that their products are legal and authorized for listing. Sellers are encouraged to consult with their legal counsel.
Violations of Amazon's policy on listing recalled products and child safety seats may result in actions, including, but not limited to:
These potential consequences are in addition to, and in no way limit, consequences allowed by any agreement between Amazon and the seller. Amazon reserves the right to make judgments in its sole discretion about whether or not a listing is appropriate.
Amazon encourages sellers to report listings that violate our policies or any applicable law by using our Contact Us form. Select "Report a Community Rules Violation" and be sure to include all relevant information so we can conduct a thorough investigation.