Information outlining what you may not sell when you use WallP.


WallP strives to provide a safe environment for both buyers and sellers. As such, we do not permit the sale of certain goods and services that are listed in the WallP Seller Agreement. In this agreement, you confirmed that you will not accept payments in connection with the following businesses or business activities:


  • Any illegal activity or goods
  • Credit counselling or credit repair agencies
  • Credit protection or identity theft protection services
  • Direct marketing or subscription offers or services
  • Infomercial sales
  • Internet/mail order/telephone order pharmacies or pharmacy referral services (where fulfilment of medication is performed with an Internet or telephone consultation, absent a physical visit with a physician including re-importation of pharmaceuticals from foreign countries)
  • Unauthorized multi-level marketing businesses
  • Inbound or outbound telemarketers
  • Rebate based businesses
  • Up-sell merchants
  • Betting, including lottery tickets, casino gaming chips, Fantasy Football, off-track betting, and wagers at races
  • Financial institutions offering manual or automated cash disbursements
  • Prepaid cards, checks or other financial merchandise or services
  • Sales of money-orders or foreign currency by non-financial institutions
  • Wire transfer money orders
  • High-risk products and services, including telemarketing sales
  • Service station merchants
  • Automated fuel dispensers
  • Adult entertainment oriented products or services (in any medium, including Internet, telephone or printed material)
  • Sales of (i) firearms, firearm parts or hardware, and ammunition; or (ii) weapons and other devices designed to cause physical injury
  • Internet/mail order/telephone order cigarette or tobacco sales
  • Drug paraphernalia
  • Occult materials
  • Hate or harmful products
  • Escort services
  • Bankruptcy attorneys or collection agencies engaged in the collection of debt
  • Counterfeit and pirated goods and goods infringing any of the legally enforceable intellectual property rights
  • Indian coins which are covered by the Antique and Art Treasure Act, 1972
  • Chemicals mentioned in Schedule 1 to the Chemical Weapons Convention of U.N. 1993
  • Wild life products
  • Human skeleton
  • Specified sea-shells
  • Wild animals, their parts and products
  • Specified Live birds and animals
  • Endangered species of plants and animals, whether live or dead
  • Telephone and telephony equipments of restricted frequencies
  • Family Planning Devices (NOC from Ministry of Health Required)
  • Whole human blood plasma and certain products derived from human blood


For more information, review the WallP Seller Agreement.