Catalogue Rules

Vinted is a platform for individuals to buy, sell, swap or give-away their second-hand items. Listing your items on Vinted is free.

We seek to ensure that Vinted is a friendly and safe place. Therefore, members are required to comply with the below Catalogue rules when they upload their items.

Please note that these rules are a part of our Terms & Conditions. By creating an account on Vinted, you are agreeing to these rules and our Terms & Conditions.

 

ALLOWED ITEMS

You can sell on Vinted:

  • Women’s, men’s and children’s clothing, footwear and accessories.
  • Children’s toys, furniture and childcare equipment.
  • New cosmetics, beauty products and beauty gadgets.
  • Tech accessories such as headphones, smart watches, phone cases and similar items.
  • Homeware such as textiles, tableware and home accessories.  
  • Books.

 

PROHIBITED ITEMS

You cannot sell on Vinted (Please note that the list is not exhaustive and is to be considered only as a guide):

 

Please make sure that your listings and items comply with our Catalogue rules. Other members may flag a listing of yours that appear not to comply with these rules for Vinted's review. If your item indeed does not comply, it may end up being removed or hidden by our team. You may also be subject to other actions, such as suspension of your account.

We reserve the right to redetermine what items are and aren’t allowed to be listed on Vinted. If we discover that certain items violate our terms or pose any risk to our members, we may remove those items even if they’re not listed below.

 

Note: If you bump a listing which violates our Catalogue Rules and we have to remove or hide the listing, we won’t be able to refund you the cost of the bump.

 

GENERAL RULES

 

Our team reserves the right to change the above-stated rules as needed. If you have any questions regarding the above-stated rules - contact our team  and we’ll be happy to assist you.

 

Note: If you spot an item that does not seem to comply with our above-stated rules, please do not hesitate to report it to us.