Note: If you supply products for sale or listing on Amazon, you must comply with
all laws and Amazon policies applicable to those products and product listings.
Without limiting the foregoing, you must comply with laws and regulations
applicable to you and will, upon Amazon’s request, provide documents relevant to the
anti-money laundering regulations to Amazon.
Items considered exonumia, including but not limited to medals, medallions,
challenge coins, and commemorative coins not primarily made of a precious metal are exempt
from this policy.
Examples of Permitted Listings
Paper money, coins, and commemorative coins that are not currently valid legal
Precious metal bullion and crude metal other than gold, silver, and platinum.
Examples of Prohibited Listings
The following are never permitted for sale or listing on Amazon:
Paper money, coins, and commemorative coins that are currently valid legal
Note: Including paper money and coins that are not currently issued by the
government but can be still used as valid legal tender.
Products which we have concerns about money laundering or other inappropriate
transactions such as gift certificates, gift cards, gift codes, POSA cards, and other
cash vouchers, etc.
Cash equivalent instruments such as money orders, postal orders, stamps, traveler’s
Counterfeit items of paper money, coins, commemorative coins and any cash
Equipment designed to create counterfeit items
Stocks, bonds and any other securities
Gold, silver, and platinum bullions (including crude metal)
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