Before opening a WomELLE Store, make sure you meet the following requirements:
You have a WomELLE verified account
You must be PayPal Verified.
If you meet these requirements, you can open a WomELLE Store now.
Start by clicking on Store from main menu at the top right of the site, or visit this link. If you've already started setting up a store in the past, click setting wheel at the right corner of the page to continue. If you just want to sell used items, please use Classified page.
There are certain items that you can't sell on WomELLE and certain items that are restricted. For example, you can't sell adult, alcohol or tobacco at all.
To find out if your item is allowed on WomELLE, or is restricted, review our list of prohibited and restricted items.
WomELLE may remove a listing if it violates one of our policies. WomELLE notifies the seller through email when a listing has been removed.
Note: Even if you offer to give an item away for free, if it's an item that may violate our policies, it's still not allowed. Also, you and the buyer will still be liable for any legal problems that happen because of the transaction.
Remember, if an item is illegal, sellers and buyers may be subject to liability for the transaction.
Before listing your item, make sure we allow it on WomELLE, and find out if we have specific rules and conditions on how you should list it. You also need to make sure that the sale of your item complies with all laws.
Make sure your listing follows these guidelines. If it doesn't, it may be removed, and you may be subject to a range of other actions, including restrictions of your buying and selling privileges and suspension of your account.
Animals and wildlife products – examples include live animals, mounted specimens, and ivory
Artifacts, grave-related items, and Native American arts and crafts
Catalytic converters and test pipes
Cell phone (wireless) service contracts
Charity and fundraising
Counterfeit currency and stamps
Drugs and drug paraphernalia
Electronics equipment – examples include cable TV de-scramblers, radar scanners, and traffic signal control devices
Electronic surveillance equipment – examples include wiretapping devices and telephone bugging devices
Embargoed goods and prohibited countries – examples include items from Cuba
Firearms, weapons, and knives – examples include pepper spray, replicas, and stun guns (see also military items)
Food and healthcare items
Government documents, IDs, and licenses
Government, transit, and shipping-related items – examples include airplane operations manuals, subway employee uniforms, and U.S. Postal Service (USPS) mailbags
Hazardous, restricted, or regulated materials – examples include batteries, fireworks, and refrigerants
Human remains and body parts
Importation of goods into the US – examples include CDs intended only for distribution in a certain country
Items encouraging illegal activity – examples include an eBook describing how to create methamphetamine
Mailing lists and personal information
Medical drugs, devices, and healthcare – examples include prescription drugs, contact lenses, pacemakers, and surgical instruments
Military items (see also firearms, weapons, and knives)
Multi-level marketing, pyramid, and matrix programs
Offensive material – examples include ethnically or racially offensive material and Nazi memorabilia
Plants and seeds
Political memorabilia (reproduction)
Stocks and other securities
Weeds (see plants and seeds)
If you see a listing that violates one of our policies, report it by clicking Report item in the listing.
If we determine that a listing has violated a policy, we email the seller and the buyer to let them know that we've removed the listing from WomELLE.