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    1.    PARTIES

    1.1.    This user agreement ("User Agreement") has been concluded between SWATCHLOOP TEKNOLOJİ VE YAZILIM ANONİM ŞİRKETİ ("Swatchloop") with the address ADATEPE MAH. DOĞUŞ CAD. NO: 207Z INTERIOR DOOR NO: 1 BUCA / İZMİR and the Company ("Company") whose information is specified on the registration screen, to determine the conditions for the Company to benefit from the services offered in Swatchloop.

    1.2.    When you create your account, the information you provide must be accurate and complete. The Company declares and undertakes that Swatchloop will fully and immediately indemnify all damages that Swatchloop may incur due to the untruthfulness of this information.

    1.3.    Within the scope of this Agreement, since the parties are merchants or tradesmen in accordance with the Turkish Commercial Code No. 6102 and the work subject to the Agreement is "commercial business", the Agreement is subject to the General Provisions of the Turkish Commercial Code No. 6102 and the Code of Obligations No. 6098. In this context, the Company accepts and undertakes that Swatchloop provides a service only for merchants and tradesmen through the Website and in this context, the relationship arising under this Agreement is not covered by the Turkish Law No. 6502 on Consumer Protection. In this context, in terms of the Company, since there is no definition of 'consumer' in terms of the provisions of consumer legislation, the Company does not have the right to benefit from the rights and powers, especially the right of withdrawal, granted to consumers in accordance with the specified legislation.

    1.4.    Swatchloop and the Company will be referred to individually as "Party" and jointly as "Parties" in this Agreement.

    2.    SUBJECT

    2.1.    The subject of this Agreement is the regulation of the rights and obligations of the parties for the software services detailed in 4.1 by Swatchloop. The documents and annexes constituting the Agreement are an integral part of the Agreement and in case of any contradiction and inconsistency between this Agreement and its annexes, the Agreement shall take precedence and be interpreted.

    2.2.    Please read these terms carefully before using our services. By using Swatchloop Services, you agree to the User Agreement, Privacy Notice & Privacy Policy.

    3.    DURATION

    3.1.    This Agreement shall be valid for a period of 1 (one) year ("Service Period") from the date of opening the Software for the use of the Company; If the contract is not terminated by the parties, it will be automatically renewed at the current price tariff. 

    4.    SERVICES PROVIDED BY Swatchloop

    4.1.    The software ("Software") of Swatchloop, which will be offered to the Company by Swatchloop within the scope of this contract, is a waste management platform that facilitates the separation of waste at the source by digitalizing textile recycling processes, provides waste quantity and supplier tracking for process optimization, traceability of waste for more efficient recycling, creates recycling rings on the value chain and performs data-based analysis. Main features of the software;

    4.1.1.    Waste and raw material inventory management 

    4.1.2.    Waste digital twin

    4.1.3.    Digital tracking element

    4.1.4.    Tracking and monitoring of waste

    4.1.5.    Waste and transfer management

    4.1.6.    Supplier waste tracking

    4.1.7.    Digital product passport (DPP)

    4.1.8.    Data-based analysis panel (Dashboard)

    4.2.    The main features of Swatchloop to be offered through the Software under this Agreement are listed below.

    4.2.1.    Needs analysis and formulation of strategies

    4.2.2.    Field infrastructure support

    4.2.3.    Application Training

    4.2.4.    Application usage support

    4.2.5.    User experience analysis

    4.2.6.    Analysis and reporting of studies


    5.1.    You may only use Swatchloop if you are able to enter into a legally binding contract, i.e. if you have the capacity to act. Furthermore, natural persons under the age of 18 are not allowed to use or access Swatchloop in any way.


    6.1.    The Company accepts, declares and undertakes that it is obliged to pay the service fee as a result of the Software service provided as regulated under the said article.

    6.2.    Swatchloop reserves the right to modify the content of the Service, the Software and upgrade the Software to a new version without prior notice, provided that no additional cost is incurred by the Company and such modification does not result in any reduction in the Service.

    6.3.    The Company is solely responsible for the protection of encrypted key, code, password and similar information to be developed by the Company for remote access and use of the software. Swatchloop shall have no legal liability in the event that this password, code, unauthorized persons get hold of it and similar situations.  However, if Swatchloop detects or suspects that there is unauthorized access to the Company's account and/or accounts in Swatchloop Software, Swatchloop shall notify the Company in writing without delay and take all measures in its power.

    6.4.    The Company may not use the software in violation of all applicable national legislation, rules and laws. The Parties have agreed and undertaken to fulfill their work diligently and to cooperate continuously for the execution of the Agreement.

    6.5.    As a rule, the Company shall not perform transactions by connecting to the Software with an automation software and shall not withdraw data with robot automation software. However, if the Company wishes to extract data from the Software with robot automation software, it shall notify Swatchloop and the Parties shall agree on the working conditions and, if necessary, the service fee and the Company shall obtain Swatchloop's written approval. Swatchloop may reject this request only on objective and justified grounds, including the possibility that the robot automation may create a security vulnerability or adversely affect the performance of the Software.

    6.6.    In case the Company requests Swatchloop to add new functions/features to the Software that are not included in the standard version, all of these requests will be evaluated as additional projects, and the price and project completion date will be given under a separate contract after the feasibility is approved and accepted by Swatchloop.

    6.7.    Due to the nature of the Software, Swatchloop does not claim or warrant that the Software is error-free or flawless and will fully meet the Company's specific needs and/or expectations.  The Software is accepted by the Company as is. Swatchloop makes no express or implied warranties of any kind, including but not limited to performance, fitness for a particular purpose. 

    6.8.    Swatchloop shall have no legal liability for: (i) data errors and losses resulting from the use of the Software and/or data errors and losses occurring despite backup operations at the Company or at a location deemed appropriate by the Company; (ii) on-site support services related to the Software; (iii) report design for the Company; (iv) misuse of the Software in violation of the Documentation or regulations; (v) negligence and defects of Service Providers and Data Centers; (vi) hardware, operating system, communication network designs, failures and connection errors; (vii) database software and other software errors not belonging to Swatchloop, Third Party Software/Services; (viii) problems arising from voltage fluctuations, power outages, virus infections, internet lines and similar environmental factors and other electronic communication technologies that cause errors. The Company shall be liable for the negligence and fault of its own employees.

    6.9.    To the extent permitted by applicable law, any third-party products are provided "as is", "where available" and "as long as available" without warranty of any kind, whether express, implied or statutory, by Swatchloop. 

    6.10.    Swatchloop hereby disclaims all warranties, including warranties of merchantability, fitness for a particular purpose, non-infringement and title, with respect to the service, any products and third-party materials. 

    6.11.    While we endeavor to ensure the functionality, integrity and security of Swatchloop, we also do not warrant that it will be current, complete, accurate or secure, or that access to Swatchloop will not be interrupted. Swatchloop may contain inaccuracies, errors and materials that violate or conflict with this Agreement.     

    7.    SERVICE FEE

    7.1.    Within the scope of this contract, the service has been delivered to the Company as an offer. With the opening of the Software to the use of the Company by Swatchloop, the entire fee subject to this contract will be entitled. Changes in the annual software usage fee and other fees will be announced on the Swatchloop website and / or communicated to the Company via the e-mail specified.

    7.2.    Payment by the company will be made within 30 days from the invoice cut-off date. All payments by the Company shall be made to Swatchloop's bank account or by using the payment portal on the website. Bank, SWIFT expenses or similar expenses shall be borne by the Company; payment shall be deemed to have been made when the payment amount reaches Swatchloop on time and in full. In the event that the Company fails to fulfill its payment obligation and / or fails to make it on time in accordance with this Agreement, without any notice or warning, the Company will apply default interest at the advance interest rate from the agreed payment date until the actual payment date and the interest invoice to be issued by the Company shall be paid immediately in cash and in full by the Company.

    7.3.    In the event that the payment is not made by the COMPANY on the terms and dates specified under this contract, Swatchloop reserves the right to suspend the service.

    7.4.    The fee written in the contract is only for the works, brand and company specified in the contract and offer. In case the works not related to the subject of the contract, brands and suppliers that are not within the scope of the offer are requested from Swatchloop and Swatchloop accepts, an additional fee to be determined separately with the additional protocol to be made is paid.     


    8.1.    The Parties shall take all necessary steps and measures to protect and preserve each other's intellectual property rights and shall refrain from any acts or transactions that may prejudice such rights.

    8.2.    Swatchloop owns all technologies, methods, inventions, workflows, user interfaces, programs, designs, report and analysis formats, database designs, indexing, prediction, grouping, sorting and classification methods, as well as all other technologies developed or adapted by Swatchloop in connection with the Software. These intellectual and industrial property rights, including but not limited to know-how, were owned by Swatchloop prior to the date of this Agreement. The intellectual property and commercial license rights to the Software and Documentation under this Agreement belong to Swatchloop and are protected by the provisions of the Law on Intellectual and Artistic Works, Turkish Criminal Code, Industrial Property Law and Turkish Commercial Code.

    8.3.    If either Party becomes aware of any infringement of the intellectual property rights of the other Party, it shall immediately notify the other Party and assist it in taking steps to protect those rights.

    8.4.    Swatchloop grants to Company a non-exclusive and limited license to access, use, and display the Software in the form of a simple license right only. Company is free to use the Software in accordance with the terms of this Agreement. The Company shall have no right to modify or alter the Software. Any breach of this clause will result in Swatchloop owning all Intellectual Property Rights in the modified or processed Software.

    8.5.    The Company may not decompile, reverse engineer, reverse engineer, disrupt the sequence or operation of, copy the structural features of, or disclose the Software to any third party. The Company may not use the Software for purposes other than those set forth in this Agreement, reproduce it beyond the limits set forth herein or engage in any copying activities.

    8.6.    Swatchloop represents and warrants that the Software does not infringe the intellectual property rights of any third party and that it is the legal owner of all intellectual and industrial property rights in the Software. Swatchloop shall be liable for any damages arising from any breach of this representation. 

    8.7.    All title, ownership rights and intellectual property rights in and to the products on Swatchloop and any copies thereof (including, without limitation, all text, graphics, music or sounds, all messages or informational elements, fictional characters, individually or collectively, including names, themes, objects, stage settings, costumes, effects, dialogues, slogans, locations, characters, schemes, concepts, choreographies, videos, audio-visual effects, domain names and other elements that are part of the Product) are the property of Swatchloop or its licensors. 

    8.8.    Swatchloop and its contents are protected by national and international laws, copyright treaties and conventions and other laws. Swatchloop may contain certain licensed materials, in which case Swatchloop's licensors may protect their rights in the event of any infringement.  Any reproduction or making available of these licensed materials in any form or for any reason whatsoever without the prior consent of Swatchloop and its agents is prohibited. Except as expressly set forth in this Agreement, all rights not expressly granted to you herein are expressly reserved by Swatchloop.

    8.9.    The parties may make a social media announcement that they have cooperated within the scope of this agreement and may use each other's logos in promotional materials.


    9.1.    The Parties hereby agree that all other information to be obtained under this contract or during the execution of this contract is in the nature of trade secrets and confidential information and shall not disclose them to third parties in any way whatsoever, shall not use them for purposes other than the purposes of this contract and shall keep them confidential.

    9.2.    The Parties shall not use the confidential information and trade secrets belonging to the Other Party, at any time, directly or indirectly (through its affiliates, subsidiaries, related persons and otherwise) for any purpose other than the Service to be provided under this Agreement (if jointly decided), and shall show at least the care it takes to keep its own information confidential and shall not apply the measures it takes. Not to disclose, give, transfer or assign, sell or otherwise allow and enable third parties, institutions and organizations to use, make copies of, display, publish, store by taking all necessary measures, It accepts, undertakes and guarantees that it will prevent the access of third parties and that it will disclose the Confidential Information and Trade Secrets provided to it only to its personnel who need to know this information and that it will ensure that these persons comply with the responsibilities set out in this agreement and that it will be jointly and severally liable with these persons in case of violation. 

    9.3.    The confidentiality obligation set forth in this article shall remain in force indefinitely after the termination of the contract.

    9.4.    The Parties agree that all documents, drawings, designs, models or other information in written or tangible form shall remain the property of the Parties.

    9.5.    Neither party shall reproduce or copy any documents containing Confidential Information without the prior written consent of the other party. The Parties agree to return and destroy any Confidential Information provided to them, together with any copies, reproductions, extracts or derivatives thereof, within 30 (thirty) days upon written request of the other Party.

    9.6.    The confidentiality provisions will not apply to that portion of the Information that contains any of the following characteristics:

    9.6.1.    Information previously held without an obligation to keep it confidential, 

    9.6.2.    Information that has become public knowledge through no fault of either party, 

    9.6.3.    Information required to be disclosed pursuant to the relevant legislation, court decision or administrative orders of authorized official bodies,

    9.6.4.    Statistical information to be used only for the improvement of company performance by anonymizing the data,    

    9.7.    For detailed information You can review our Privacy Policy


    10.1.    Swatchloop shall not transfer or disclose any personal data that it has learned, obtained or will obtain from the Company under this Agreement to third parties without the prior express written consent of the Company or without meeting the conditions specified in the relevant legislation and shall not use it outside the purpose of its commercial relationship. This obligation will continue after the termination of the commercial relationship.

    10.2.    Swatchloop undertakes to process the personal data in question in accordance with the law and good faith, only for the purpose of the performance of this Agreement and in connection with this purpose, in a limited and measured manner and to keep it for the period required for the purpose. Swatchloop shall destroy such personal data in accordance with the legislation in the event of termination of its commercial relationship or if the purpose of use of the relevant personal data has disappeared before that. 

    10.3.    Swatchloop shall take the necessary technical and administrative measures to ensure the appropriate level of security in order to prevent unlawful processing of personal data that it learns or obtains under the Agreement, to prevent unlawful access to personal data, and to ensure the protection of personal data. 

    10.4.    The personal data received from the Companies may be transmitted to other Companies and/or Sellers who may be a party to the dispute in order for the parties to exercise their legal rights in disputes arising between the Company and/or Sellers on issues that may constitute a crime in terms of forgery, fraud, misuse of Swatchloop, Turkish Commercial Code No. 6100, only limited to the requested subject, by informing the relevant person in advance if necessary in accordance with the Personal Data Protection Law No. 6698 and in any case subject to data transfer rules.

    10.5.    The Company accepts and undertakes that in the event of any unauthorized access or improper transfer of personal data transferred by Swatchloop, it will immediately notify Swatchloop of this situation, that it will cooperate with Swatchloop to minimize the damages that may arise from this situation, to eliminate the damage arising from this situation, and to provide all kinds of information, documents and support requested by Swatchloop without delay. 

    10.6.    For detailed information You can review our Privacy Policy 

    11.    USER ACCOUNTS

    11.1.    Since Swatchloop is not a seller of any product or service on Swatchloop and is only an "intermediary service provider" in accordance with the Law No. 6563 on the Regulation of Electronic Commerce and a "hosting provider" in accordance with the Law No. 5651 on the Regulation of Publications on the Internet and Combating Crimes Committed Through These Publications; reserves its rights regarding all kinds of audits and requesting the submission of information and documents showing the accuracy of the information declared by the Company, but has no responsibility for the content on Swatchloop that is not published by itself and has no obligation to check whether the content in question is in accordance with the law. 

    11.2.    Swatchloop reserves the right, at its sole discretion and without any obligation to do so, to check such content at any time and, if deemed necessary, to close access to it and delete it. Any person who violates the rights of Swatchloop or third parties with any visual, written or other content published on Swatchloop shall be liable to Swatchloop and/or such third parties.


    12.1.    The Company accepts and declares that it will act in accordance with the provisions of this User Agreement, all conditions specified in Swatchloop, applicable legislation and ethical rules in its transactions and correspondence on Swatchloop. The legal and criminal responsibility for the transactions and actions of the Company within Swatchloop belongs to itself.

    12.2.    Swatchloop, in the event of a request by the competent authorities in accordance with the legislation in force, may share the information of the Company with the authorities in question by informing the Company in advance if necessary in accordance with the Law No. 6698 on the Protection of Personal Data and in any case subject to the data transfer rules.

    12.3.    The username and password information required by the Company to access the My Account Page and to perform transactions through Swatchloop is created by the Company and the security and confidentiality of such information is the sole responsibility of the Company. The Company accepts, declares and undertakes that the transactions carried out with the user name and password belonging to it have been carried out by itself, that the responsibility arising from these transactions belongs to it in advance, that it will not assert any defenses and / or objections that it has not carried out the works and transactions carried out in this way and / or that it will not refrain from fulfilling its obligations based on this defect or objection.

    12.4.    The Company shall not use Swatchloop in a manner contrary to law and morality, especially in the cases listed below:

    12.4.1.    Use Swatchloop to create a database, record or directory on behalf of any person;

    12.4.2.    Use of all or part of Swatchloop for the purpose of defacing, modifying or reverse engineering;

    12.4.3.    Making transactions using false information or another person's information, creating unreal User accounts by using false or misleading personal data, including false or misleading residence address, e-mail address, contact, payment or account information, and using these accounts in violation of the User Agreement or applicable legislation, using another Company's account without permission, becoming a party or participant in transactions by replacing someone else or under a false name;

    12.4.4.    Use of the commenting and scoring systems for non-Swatchloop purposes or for purposes other than to manipulate the systems;

    12.4.5.    Spread viruses or any other technology in a way that is harmful to Swatchloop, Swatchloop's database or any content on Swatchloop;

    12.4.6.    Collecting any information, including e-mail addresses, about the Companies or Sellers without the consent of the relevant persons or engaging in other practices that would constitute a violation in accordance with the Law No. 6698 on the Protection of Personal Data;

    12.4.7.    Engaging in activities that create unreasonable or disproportionately large loads on the communications and technical systems designated by Swatchloop or that damage the technical functioning, 

    12.4.8.    Using "screen scraping" software or systems such as automatic programs, robots, web crawlers, spiders, data mining and data crawling on Swatchloop without the prior written consent of Swatchloop and copying, publishing or using all or part of any content on Swatchloop without permission;

    12.4.9.    Using  the Services, campaigns and advantages offered on Swatchloop in bad faith and for the purpose of obtaining unfair advantage, violating the terms of the campaign in bad faith.

    12.5.    The Company is obliged to carry out its transactions in Swatchloop in a way that will not technically harm Swatchloop in any way. The Company accepts and undertakes that it has taken all necessary measures, including using the necessary protective software and licensed products, to ensure that all information, content, materials and other content that it will provide to Swatchloop does not contain any programs, viruses, software, unlicensed products, trojan horses, etc. that may damage the system. The Company also agrees that it will not enter the Account Page by robot or automatic login methods.


    13.1.    This Agreement shall be interpreted and enforced under the laws of the Republic of Turkey and in case of any dispute arising from these agreements or the terms of the agreement, the Courts and Enforcement Directorates of Izmir Courthouse shall be authorized.

    14.    TERMINATION

    14.1.    The Parties may terminate the Agreement at any time for any reason. Except for termination by Swatchloop for just cause, access to the relevant Software shall remain active until the end of the Service period paid by the Company following termination. 

    14.2.    This Agreement will automatically terminate if you fail to comply with any of the terms and conditions of the Agreement. 

    14.3.    In the event of termination of this agreement by the parties, the provisions of this agreement shall apply to the fulfillment of receivables and rights arising before or after the termination of the agreement.

    14.4.    In the event that the parties fail to fulfill the performance undertaken within the framework of this Agreement properly or on time or violate any other provision of the Agreement, it will warn the other party in writing and give a 7 (seven) day deadline to remedy the violation. If the breach is not remedied by the breaching party within this period, the other party may unilaterally terminate this Agreement immediately. In this case, the violating party will not be able to claim compensation and / or other rights under any name.

    15.    PROMOTIONS

    15.1.    Sweepstakes, contests, lotteries, surveys, games or similar promotions offered through Swatchloop may be governed by rules separate from this Agreement. If you are participating in any Promotion, please review the promotion rules and our Privacy Policy. 

    16.    FORCE MAJEURE

    16.1.    The occurrence of circumstances beyond the control of the Parties that prevent and/or delay the Parties from fulfilling their obligations under this Agreement, such as strikes, lockouts, war, civil war, acts of terrorism, natural disasters such as earthquakes, fires, floods, etc., shall be considered as a force majeure event and the other Party shall be notified in writing immediately following the occurrence of such force majeure event. As soon as practicable after the occurrence of a Force Majeure Event, the affected party shall provide the other party with all aspects of the Force Majeure Event and details of any delay or impediment to its operations. 


    17.1.    Swatchloop may, at its sole discretion, unilaterally change this User Agreement and any policies, terms and conditions, including the Privacy Policy, at Swatchloop at any time it deems appropriate, provided that it is not contrary to the provisions of the legislation in force. The amended provisions of this User Agreement shall become effective on the date they are announced on Swatchloop, and the remaining provisions shall remain in full force and effect and shall continue to have their provisions and consequences. For the avoidance of doubt, this User Agreement cannot be unilaterally amended by the Company.

    17.2.    Any right or obligation arising from this agreement cannot be transferred to third parties without the written consent of the other party.

    17.3.    To the extent permitted by applicable law, Swatchloop shall not be liable for any direct, indirect, special, incidental, punitive or consequential damages, including, but not limited to, loss of profits, loss of goodwill and reputation, expenses incurred in procuring substitute products and services. In addition, Swatchloop further represents that it makes no warranties of any kind, express or implied, including, but not limited to, implied warranties, merchantability, fitness for a particular purpose. Swatchloop's liability under this contract shall in any event be limited to the amount paid by the Company under the services subject to this contract until the date of the relevant damage.

    17.4.    The Parties hereby accept, declare and undertake that the books, documents and computer records of the Parties shall constitute exclusive evidence in accordance with Article 193 of the CCP in the execution, interpretation or any disputes and account disputes that may arise.

    17.5.    The invalidity or invalidation of any provision of this agreement shall not affect the validity of the remaining provisions and the invalid provision(s) shall be replaced by such new provision(s) as the parties may agree in writing in a manner best suited to the ultimate purpose of such provision.

    17.6.    This Agreement constitutes a whole together with its annexes. Any amendment to the Agreement shall be void unless in writing and signed by both parties.

    17.7.    The parties undertake to act in accordance with the rule of honesty and the conditions required by commercial life in the performance of the contract, and in case of dispute, to make efforts to find an appropriate solution before resorting to judicial remedy.

    17.8.    The parties are obliged to notify the other party in writing 1 (one) week in advance if there is a change in the addresses declared above or in the information regarding the Project Managers. The addresses of the parties in this agreement are the legal notification addresses and notifications to be made to these addresses shall be deemed to be made to the parties themselves until the change of address is notified to the other party in writing. However, pursuant to Article 18/III of the Turkish Commercial Code, notifications and correspondence, the main subject of which is default and termination, shall only be sent via Notary Public, registered letter with return receipt requested or KEP (Turkish Personalized Electronic E-mail) and shall only be valid if sent in this way.  

    17.9.    This Agreement, together with its annexes, constitutes a whole. 


    All notices to you in relation to this User Agreement will be notified to you via our website and/or by e-mail.

    You can contact us via the e-mail address below:

    [email protected]

     ANNEX-1 Prohibited Products

    Illegal Products

        •    Stolen goods

        •    Contraband and prohibited imports

        •    Counterfeit money and documents

        •    Web attack and program cracking software

        •    Encrypted broadcast decoders

        •    Auxiliary substances for passing drug tests

        •    Banned books and publications

    Products Harmful to Human Health

        •    Narcotic substances

        •    Alcoholic beverages

        •    Tobacco products, electronic cigarettes and electronic cigarette components

    Pharmaceuticals, Medical and Other Health Products

        •    Prescription and non-prescription medicines, traditional herbal medicinal products, homeopathic medicinal products, enteral nutrition products, dietary foods for special medical purposes, baby foods for special medical purposes

        •    a) Devices sold, adapted or applied in hearing aid centers, custom-made prosthesis and orthotic centers, opticianry establishments or dental prosthesis laboratories, and b) Devices that are intended to be used or applied exclusively by healthcare professionals or require application in medical device sales centers (the sale of medical devices that are not included in the scope of devices other than these devices on the internet can be made by authorized sales centers. Authorization is not required for the sale of toothpaste, dental prosthesis care products, condoms, diapers, incontinence pads, topically applied hot and cold compresses, band-aids, plasters, cotton wool, mouthwash, breath freshening nasal strips on the internet). 

        •    Prescription lenses and prescription lenses

        •    Hearing aids, orthopedic prostheses and orthoses

        •    Veterinary medicinal products

        •    Products prohibited for sale by the Ministry of Health (products offered for sale with a health declaration without permission from the Turkish Medicines and Medical Devices Agency, weight loss pills, products containing active ingredients, prohibited sexual drugs, etc.).

    Weapons, Explosives and Other Dangerous Goods

        •    Firearms

        •    Wedge, dagger, assault, skewered cane, switchblade, machete, sword, sword, bayonet, pointed and grooved knives, mace, mace whip, strangulation wire or chain, brass knuckles and similar tools of a special nature to be used only in attack and defense

        •    Flammable and explosive substances

        •    Pepper spray

        •    Electroshock devices

        •    PCBs (polychlorinated biphenyls) and products containing them

        •    Ammonium nitrate and fertilizers containing more than 28% nitrogen by mass from ammonium nitrate

    Products Whose Sale (Or Sale Over The Internet) Is Prohibited Or Subject To Control Within The Scope Of Law And Legislation

        •    Products whose trading is subject to government authorization

        •    Radios (except for short distance access low power radio devices and systems within the scope of the Regulation on Short Distance Access Radio (KET) Devices)

        •    Military equipment

        •    Formal dress and uniforms

        •    Radar detectors

        •    Airbags and equipment

        •    Seat belt adapter

        •    Devices and equipment used to intervene in the management system of vehicles

        •    Lock picks and lock picks

        •    Games of chance tickets

        •    Uncertified seeds

        •    Cultural and natural assets

        •    Medals and decorations

    Products that Violate the Rules on Personal Data

        •    Personality rights

        •    Face photo, names and signatures

        •    Human and other living organs

        •    Bulk electronic mail addresses and lists

        •    Social networking and other internet membership accounts

    Products Infringing Intellectual Property Rights

        •    Copyrighted products

        •    Unlicensed Games

        •    Counterfeit or replica products

        •    Serialized, duplicated and unbanned products

    Other Products

        •    Miracle cure products or services, fortune-telling and witchcraft and other services

        •    Product advertisements with referral content

        •    Second hand products

        •    Sales without product features

        •    Gift vouchers or discount coupons of other institutions, organizations and e-commerce platforms

        •    Perfume and other cosmetic products in trial size / sample (tester) and unboxed or display product

        •    Stocks, bonds, bills

        •    Pornographic materials

        •    Spy cameras and listening devices

        •    Live animals