Lazada Prohibit Item

Thursday 15th October 2020

 

Prohibited and Controlled Products List    

1. Obscenity

Any seller identified to have violated Obscenity Guidelines will be issued up to 2 points per product and the violating product will be locked.

Visual Guidelines can be found here.

Description of Product Display

Guidelines

1

Visible private parts and pubic hair, including area of groin where pubic hair normally grows (directly or via see-through material):
- Penis
- Vagina
- Women nipples

*Breastfeeding and breastfeeding-tool images are allowed.
*Novelty items in the shape of genitalia including toys, collectibles, soaps, key chains, party favors, decorations, or food items are allowed.

Not allowed

2

Erection or outline of genitals through clothing; excluding genital bulge (I.e. for men’s underwear)

Not allowed

3

Directly touching breasts, penis, vagina (including cases where hands are in the underwear).

*Breastfeeding and breastfeeding-tool images are allowed.

Not allowed

4

Sex positions or in the act of sex. (Models, figurines, animals, cartoons characters, etc.)

Not allowed

5

Visibility of the butt crack of the human model

Not allowed unless there is indication of cloth/material in between the butt crack

Applicable to all human and non-human (e.g. books, cushions and other paraphernalia) except for non-realistic mannequins

 

2. Adult Materials

Adult Material as listed below are not allowed to be sold or posted in Lazada Malaysia. Any seller, selling Adult Material, identified to have violated the below-mentioned rules will be issued up to 48 points per product.

Visual Guidelines can be found here.

Generally obscene object is not allowed. In determining whether listings or information should be removed from the Website, we consider the overall content of the posting, including images, pictorials, and text.

Product Type

Description

Guidelines

1.

Sex product

 

 

1.1

Sex toys

- Vibrators

- Dildo

- Penis Ring

Condition of sales: 

 

·        No displaying of real/realistic private parts or a person or the sex toy

·        Fully covering the private part with stickers

Refer to Visual Guidelines for Standards

 

1.2

Sex dolls

A sex doll (also love doll or blowup doll) is a type of sex toy in the size and shape of a sexual partner for aid in masturbation

 

Child-like sex dolls are prohibited. Child-like sex dolls are prohibited. This applies to product or listing implying the doll is a junior, for example describing “child sex doll”, “14 years old”. Children clothes, shoes, accessories suggesting the doll is a junior such as school backpacks, school uniform and etc

Not Allowed

 

1.3

Realistic-looking/lifelike baby doll

Baby dolls which closely resemble a real baby. Often referred to as ‘Reborn Dolls’ (not sex dolls).

Not Allowed

 

 

1.4

Sado Masochism (SM) product

- Bondage

- Latex costume

Products which aid in giving/receiving pain and humiliation for sexual gratification purposes.

 

Condition of sales:

·        Bondage: No real person displaying the product(s)

·        Latex costume: Eyes, Nose, and Mouth must be exposed; body movement must not be restricted/restrained


Refer to Visual Guidelines for Standards

 

 

1.5

Used underwear

When underwear is described as “used”, “secondhand”, or depicts the same meaning as such, it is not allowed.

Not Allowed

2.

Information containing profane or vulgar language           

Using vulgarity or profanity not limited to the following: bastard, bitch, cunt, fag, faggot, fuck, slut, whore, nigger, and any variation of vulgar wordings (ie. F*ck, wh0re).

Not Allowed

3

Items depicting or suggestive of bestiality, rape sex, incest or sex with graphic violence or degradation

 

3.1

Pornography

Sexually explicit visual material and that is intended to sexually arouse

Not Allowed

 

3.2

Adult video game

The inclusion of sex and nudity in video games

Not Allowed

 

3.3

Adult service

This refers to escort services, webcam services and related

Not Allowed

 

3.4

Child pornography

Child pornography is pornography that exploits children for sexual stimulation. It may be produced with the direct involvement or sexual assault of a child or it may be simulated child pornography.

Not Allowed

 

3. Weapons

Any seller identified to have violated the guidelines on Weapons will be issued up to 6 points per product and the violating product will be locked.

Product Type

Description

Guidelines

1.

Knives

 

 

1.1

Dagger

A short, sword-like weapon with a pointed blade and a handle, used for stabbing.

•        Blade made of metal material

•        Double edged blade

Not Allowed

 

1.2

Sword

A weapon with a long metal blade and a hilt with a hand guard, used for thrusting or striking.

•        Blade made of metal material

•        Blade is long and either straight or curved

Not Allowed

 

1.3

Concealed knives and weapons

A weapon disguised as a common object such as pens, lipsticks, belts, umbrellas, credit card.

Not Allowed

 

1.4

Automatic Knife

A switchblade (also known as an automatic knife, pushbutton knife, ejector knife, switch, Sprenger, Springer, flick knife, or flick blade)

•        Blade made of metal material

•        Has a switch/button/lever on the handle of the knife

•        Blade is unlocked by manually operating a mechanism that unlocks the blade and allows it to be folded and locked in the closed position

Not Allowed

 

1.5

Lock Knife

Knives with locking blades, often referred to as lock-blade knives or clasp knives, have a locking mechanism that locks the blade into its fully opened position. This lock must be released in a distinct action before the knife can be folded.

•        Blade made of metal material

•        Knife has a locking mechanism for the blade which involves a spring-tensioned bar

Not Allowed

 

1.6

Hunting knife

A hunting knife is a knife used during hunting and they are used for skinning the animal and cutting up the meat.

 

1.7

Survival Knife 

Survival knives are knives intended for survival purposes in a wilderness environment. Survival knives can be used for trapping, skinning, wood cutting and other uses. Hunters, hikers, and outdoor sport enthusiasts use survival knives. 

 

1.8

Diving Knife

A diving knife is a general tool and safety device used by diving enthusiasts. 

 

1.9

Machete

Large cleaver-like cutting tool commonly used in agriculture.

 

1.10

Kukri

Curved Nepalese Knife, similar to the machete, used as both a tool and as a weapon. It is a traditional weapon for Nepalese people, and also a weapon of choice/side arm for all Nepalese including those serving in different armies around the world. 

 

1.11

Parang

The parang is the Indonesia equivalent of the machete. Frequently used in the jungle as well as being a tool for making housing, furniture, and agriculture.

 

1.12

Wasp knife

A wasp knife is a knife which is capable of injecting a ball of compressed gas that freezes both human and animal tissues and organs surrounding the point of injection.

Not Allowed

 

1.13

Throwing knife

Throwing knives are knives that are specially designed and weighted so that they can be thrown effectively.

 

Not Allowed

 

1.14

Bayonet

A bayonet is a knife, dagger, sword, or spike-shaped weapon designed to fit in, on, over or underneath the muzzle of a rifle, musket or similar weapon, effectively turning the gun into a spear. 

Not Allowed

 

1.15

Other prohibited knives

Butterfly knife, bayonet, claw knife, turtle knife, paratrooper knife, boot knife, blood groove knife, karambit, trench knife, flick knife, gravity knife

Not Allowed

 

1.16

Toy or Cosplay knives

Imitate real knives, but are designed for play or props.

 

Must not be metal or wood material

 

Generally, the following knives are permitted unless otherwise indicated as ‘Not Allowed’ above; due to export laws, or shipping restrictions: Kitchen knives, Swiss army knives, Craft knives, Survival knives, Hunting knives.

Product Type

Description

Guidelines

2.

Other Weapons

 

 

2.1

Sickle

A sickle is a hand-held agricultural tool with a variously curved blade typically used for harvesting grain crops or cutting succulent forages.

 

2.2

Axe

The axe, or ax, is an implement that has been used for millennia to shape, split and cut wood; to harvest timber and as a ceremonial or heraldic symbol.

 

2.3

Leather/rattan/rope whips

Whips are made of either a firm stick device designed to strike directly, or a flexible whip which must be swung in a specific manner to be effective, but has a longer reach.

 

2.4

Stun Gun/Tasers

Electroshock weapon, an incapacitating weapon that momentarily disables either a beast or a person with an electric shock. Delivers high voltage electrical current to disrupt voluntary control of muscles.

Not Allowed

 

2.5

Spear and spear head

A spear is a pole weapon consisting of a shaft, usually of wood, with a pointed head.

Not Allowed

 

2.6

Blow pipe

A simple weapon consisting of a small tube for firing light projectiles, or darts. The weapon is used by inserting the dart inside the pipe (known as a blowgun) and uses the force created by one's breath to give the projectile momentum.

 

2.7

Nanchaku

It is a traditional weapon consisting of two ends (made of wood, plastic, or rubber) connected by a short chain or rope.

Not Allowed

 

2.8

Tear gas spray, Pepper spray or CS Spray

Non-lethal irritants commonly used in self-defense and crowd control. “Tear gas”or “pepper spray “descriptions on the package. Chlorobenzylidene malononitrile (CS) spray is a particulate spray formulated for use against a violent individual.

Not Allowed

 

2.9

Flares

A flare is a type of pyrotechnic that produces a brilliant light or intense heat without an explosion. Flares are used for signalling, illumination, or defensive countermeasures in civilian and military applications

Not Allowed

 

2.10

Chain Whip

Consists of several metal rods, which are joined end-to-end by rings to form a flexible chain. Generally, the whip has a handle at one end and a metal dart, used for slashing or piercing an opponent, at the other.

Not Allowed

 

2.11

Batons, TBatons, Nightsticks, Truncheons

 

A truncheon or baton (also called a cosh, Paddy wacker, billystick, billy club, nightstick, sap, blackjack, stick) is essentially a club of less than arm's length made of wood, plastic, or metal. 

 

Not Allowed

 

Exception:
allowed for soft material (rubber/foam)

 

2.12

Knuckleduster

A weapon worn around the knuckles that strengthens the impact of a punch. This also includes 

Not Allowed

Exception:
allowed for other 

paraphernalia (ie. mugs, phone case)

 

2.13

Catapult/Slingshot

 

Catapult or slingshot is made up of a Y-shaped frame held in the off hand, with two rubber strips attached to the uprights. The other ends of the strips lead back to a pocket which holds the projectile. The pocket is grasped by the dominant hand and drawn back to the desired extent to provide power for the projectile

Not Allowed

 

2.14

Crossbows

 

A crossbow is a type of ranged weapon based on the bow and consisting of a horizontal bow-like assembly mounted on a frame which is handheld in a similar fashion to the stock of a gun.

•        It shoots arrow like projectiles called bolts or quarrels

•        There are four parts: bow, string, arm and launcher 

Not Allowed

 

2.15

Bow and Arrows

 

A bow is a flexible arc that shoots aerodynamic projectiles by means of elastic energy. 

 

Exception: Bow and Arrow for sport and toys are allowed to sell as long it will not cause hurt and to be deemed as an offensive weapon.

Not Allowed

(with exception)

 

2.16

Other weapons

 

Mace, spray defense, ninja stars (shuriken), playing card darts, sword darts, throwing needle, polygonal darts, throwing axe, thumb screw, finger cuff, gallows, guillotines, electric chairs, gas chamber, restraint chairs, etc.

 

Not Allowed

Important notes: Section 6(1) of the Corrosive and Explosive Substances and Offensive Weapons Act 1958 provides that any person who in any public road or place carries or has in his possession or under his control any offensive weapon otherwise than with lawful authority or for a lawful purpose shall be guilty of an offence and on conviction be liable to imprisonment for a term of not less than five years and not more than ten years, and to whipping. Offensive weapon defines as any instrument which if used as a weapon of offence is likely to cause hurt.

4. Firearms and Munitions

Any seller identified to have violated the guidelines on Firearms and Munitions will be issued up to 48 points per product. 48 points will result in an immediate deactivation of your store.

Product Type

Description

Guidelines

1

Firearms, munitions, military ordnance and heavy weapons

 

 

1.1

Heavy ammo weapons

Example: rocket launchers, grenade launchers, machine guns, rifles and related.

Not Allowed

 

1.2

Metal bullet

Small-arms projectile consisting of a soft core (often lead) encased in a shell of harder metal.

Not Allowed

 

1.3

Bomb

Explosive weapon that uses the exothermic reaction of an explosive material to provide an extremely sudden and violent release of energy.

Not Allowed

 

1.4

Blank cartridges and Dummy cartridges

A cartridge, also called a round, packages the bullet, gunpowder and primer into a single metallic case precisely made to fit the firing chamber of a firearm. A cartridge without a bullet is called a blank; one that is completely inert is called a dummy. Blank cartridges differ from the inert dummy cartridges, which contain no primer or gunpowder and are used for "cold" training or function-testing firearm actions.

Not Allowed

 

1.5

Other ammunition

Other types of firearms ammo.

Not Allowed

2

Replica and other firearms

 

 

2.1

BB or Airsoft gun

BB or Airsoft guns are a type of air guns designed to shoot metallic/plastic/water gel ball pellets called BBs. Pellets (in any material) are not allowed to be sold separately unless explicitly stated.

Not Allowed

 

2.2

Paintball gun

A paintball marker, also known as a paintball gun, paint gun, or marker, is the main piece of paintball equipment in the sport of paintball.

Require license if imported

 

2.3

Tear gas gun

A tear gas gun is a non-lethal weapon used for self-defense and other purposes. It is typically a close-to-exact replica or conversion of a traditional handgun made to be able to fire tear gas cartridges only.

It is a chemical weapon that causes severe eye and respiratory pain, skin irritation, bleeding, and even blindness.

Not Allowed

 

2.4

Cap gun

A cap gun, cap pistol, or cap rifle is a toy gun that creates a loud sound simulating a gunshot and a puff of smoke when a small percussion cap is exploded.

Not Allowed

 

2.5

Starting pistol

A starting pistol or starter pistol is a blank handgun that is fired to start track and field races, as well as competitive swimming races at some meets. The sound and smoke of the gun going off serves as the signal for the athletes to begin the event.

Not Allowed

 

2.6

Spear gun

A speargun is an underwater fishing implement designed to fire a spear at fish. 

Not Allowed

 

2.7

Other lethal guns

Submachine, Muzzle-loader, Carbine, Derringer, Pistol, Shotgun, Machine gun, Assault weapon, Grenade launcher and related

Not Allowed

 

2.8

Antique Firearms

Regardless whether they are capable or incapable of discharging projectiles/ammunition.

Not Allowed

 

2.9

Toy guns

Imitate real guns, but are designed for children to play with. This includes, toy pistol, toy revolver, toy rifle or toy machine guns, bubble guns, water guns, etc


Must not resemble real gun

 

2.10

Foam-darts guns

Guns which fire foam-based ammunition such as Nerf guns.


Must not resemble real gun

3

Craft and other items

 

 

3.1

Gun/bomb/bullet-shaped items

 

Paraphernalia shaped like a gun, bomb or bullet. For example: keychains, mug, vase, cigarette lighters, phone casing, thumb drives, etc.

 

 

3.2

Mini artillery

Refers to pocket or small size real working artillery (ie. Able to discharge) for instance mini cannons, mini crossbows and mini catapults.

Not Allowed

4

Firearm accessories

 

 

4.1

Outside appurtenances 

Refers to external component/part which makes up a firearm such as, gun stock, gun bipod, gun grip, silencer, flash hider, muzzle brake and related.

Not Allowed

 

4.2

Inside accessories 

Refers to internal component/part which makes up a firearm such as, magazine, barrel, firing pin and related.

Not Allowed

 

 

5. Human Parts, Human Remains And Protected Flora And Fauna

Sellers who are identified to have violated the guidelines for Human Parts, Human Remains And Protected Flora And Fauna will be issued up to 48 points per product. 48 points will result in an immediate deactivation of your store.

Product Type

Description

Guidelines

1.

Human bodies, body parts and remains

Prohibited items including but not limited to: Human organs, bones, blood, sperm, and eggs. Items made of human hair, such as wigs for commercial use, are permitted.

Not Allowed

2.

Products made by Protected fauna and parts

Prohibition on listing or sale of any species (including any animal parts such as pelts, skins, internal organs, teeth, claws, shells, bones) protected by the Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species of Wild Fauna and Flora (CITES) https://www.cites.org/eng/app/appendices.php

Not Allowed

 

2.1

All types of ivory

Common types: elephant, mammoth, walrus, hippopotamus, sperm whale, killer whale, narwhal and wart hog.

Not Allowed

 

2.2

Rhino horn and by-products

Rhino horn are in demand in Asia for use in Traditional Chinese Medicine. 

Not Allowed

 

2.3

Pangolin and scales

Pangolin scales are in demand in Asia for use in Traditional Chinese Medicine. 

Not Allowed

 

2.4

Wild alligator hide

For example: Leather bags made from threatened species - wild alligators.

Not Allowed

 

2.5

Products made from cats or dogs

For example: Cats/Dogs skin or fur used in garments.

Not Allowed

 

2.6

Bear biles

A digestive fluid produced by bear’s liver and stored in the gallbladder, which is used by some traditional Chinese medicine practitioners. 

Not Allowed

 

2.7

Seahorses

Prohibition also includes dried seahorses used in accessories or decorations.

Not Allowed

 

2.8

Live Animal

This includes pets, livestock, or marine mammals.

Exception: Small fishes - e.g. guppy, aqua shrimp or snails (except for endangered species provided under the law) are allowed using seller own fleet

 

Not Allowed (with exception)

3.

Protected flora

Prohibition only for unfinished/raw wood such as: timber logs, veneer sheet, sawn wood.

Not Allowed

4.

Hunting and processing machine

Equipment primarily used for hunting and those which can potentially harm humans. For example: Electrofishing equipment.

 

Note: For <12000V Low Voltage machine will required for SIRIM approval.

Not Not Allowed

(Refer to the note)

 

6. Collection, Artifacts and Precious Metals

Sellers who are identified to have violated the guidelines for Collection, Artifacts & Precious Metals will be issued up to 48 points per product. 48 points will result in an immediate deactivation of your store.

Product Type

Description

Guidelines

1.

Precious metals

 

 

1.1

Gold bar

Gold bars, gold reserves, gold ingots are not allowed.

Not allowed.

 

Only exceptions are allowed: Jewelries, bullions, plated gold bars, foil gold and items containing gold are allowed.

 

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