THIS WEEK’S TIP: Internet Auction Sites
Demonstrators are not permitted to sell current Stampin’ Up! merchandise on any Internet auction sites (such as eBay®). Stampin’ Up! also considers it a violation to knowingly provide products to any person for the sole purpose of resale on auction sites. Doing so seriously undermines the viability of every demonstrator’s business and Stampin’ Up!’s business model. Demonstratorships in violation of this policy may be terminated.
Demonstrators may participate in Internet auction sites within the following limits:
Demonstrators may sell discontinued Stampin’ Up! products. They may display a picture of the stamp set or accessory.
Demonstrators may sell logo merchandise as long as the item description states that it is a Stampin’ Up! product. A picture of the merchandise may be displayed as well. (Items purchased at Stampin’ Up! sponsored events may not be resold for a year after the event.) FM00468 REV B © 2015 STAMPIN’ UP! NA_1115 41
Demonstrators may sell outdated magazines (older than one year) and original catalogs and may display pictures of the literature’s cover. Demonstrators may not sell current Stampin’ Up! publications of any type—except the current catalog. Demonstrators may not sell reproduced copies of any publication, current or outdated.
Demonstrators may not sell current products, new or used, including products obtained through prepurchase opportunities. This includes items repackaged into project kits. Items in Stampin’ Up! catalogs are considered current until they have been officially retired (all retired items are announced before the end of a catalog period).
Demonstrators may sell all items once they are considered officially retired as defined here:
o Annual catalog items that are not carried over into another catalog are considered retired on the day after the catalog sales period ends.
o Seasonal catalog and Sale-A-Bration products that are not carried over into another catalog are considered retired on the day after the catalog sales period ends.
o Web-only products are considered retired one year from the date they were last available.
Demonstrators may not sell retired merchandise across international borders.