Vendors and Sellers can create Stores through the advertising console or Seller Central. As Stores will become a native part of the Amazon shopping experience, they must uphold the high level of trust Amazon has established with our shopping customers. It is the Vendor and Seller’s responsibility to comply with all applicable laws and rules and regulations that apply to the Vendor or Seller, the content of the Store, and any location where the Store appears. This includes obtaining any required authorizations or approvals from local regulatory authorities for the sale, distribution, or advertisement of the products that you intend to advertise with Amazon or include in your Store. In addition, the Vendor or Seller must comply with Amazon’s Restricted Products Policies, and the following Creative Acceptance Policies and Guidelines for Stores.
2. Content acceptability
2.1 General content guidelines
Store content must provide a consistent, high-quality customer experience. The policies in this section apply to all products and content in your Store. Your Store must:
Be suitable for general audiences.
Not denigrate another company or product, for example, “better made than [company/brand/named product],” nor leverage another company name or product to promote other products.
Be in the primary language of the Amazon site on which the Store is displayed.
Use correct grammar and punctuation.
Your Store must not contain:
Amazon trademarks or products, or references to Amazon products or services.
Contact details, such as full or partial email or web addresses or phone numbers; hashtags; social media addresses; and QR codes.
Content that encourages or promotes vandalism, anti-social behavior, or the defacing of public or private property.
Content that may be considered culturally inappropriate in the geographical location where the Store will be displayed.
Content that promotes hate, incites violence or intolerance, or advocates or discriminates against a protected group, whether based on race, color, national origin, religion, disability, sex, sexual orientation, disability, age, or another category.
Content that promotes practices that can result in the physical or mental harm of a human or animal.
Content that asks questions of, or speaks directly to the customer, such as the use of "you/your" (for example, “Are you looking for xxx, try this" or “Not getting the weight loss results you want?").
Content that encourages or glorifies smoking.
Content that glorifies or promotes the use of illicit drugs, abuse of legal drugs, drug paraphernalia or products to beat drug tests.
Content that exploits sensitive events (such as natural disasters, human-caused disasters, incidents of mass drama, or the death of public figures) or content that revolves around controversial or highly debated social topics.
Content related to campaigns, elections, or political issues of public debate; that advocates for or against a politician or a political party; or that personally attacks a political figure.
Cruelty toward people or animals.
Depictions of minors (or people who appear to be minors) in peril, in adult or dangerous situations, or engaging in illegal activity. For example, around alcohol, drugs or tobacco, or handling firearms or other weapons.
Deceptive, false, or misleading content.
Fake functionality such as “Play” buttons or login requests.
Foul, vulgar, or obscene language or language containing profanity, including obfuscated text or inappropriate double meanings.
Misspellings, excessive punctuation, or incorrect grammar or punctuation.
Obscene, defamatory, libelous, illegal, invasive of another’s privacy.
Potentially embarrassing bodily functions or conditions, or private, intimate, or sensitive physical or medical conditions.
References to another company name or product to denigrate, compare or leverage the other brand or product to promote your product (for example, “better made than [other product]”). If you are communicating the compatibility of your product with other products in the headline, you must include the other brand or product in the later part of the headline with a qualifying statement like “compatible with.”
Religious advocacy, whether advocating or demeaning a religion.
Shipping or delivery claims.
2.2 Call to action (CTA)
CTAs in images and text must be clear and direct.
Non-specific calls to action, such as “Click here” are not permitted.
CTAs must link to a product detail page, product grid or another Store page and must be relevant to the content of that page. Examples of acceptable CTAs include: Shop now, Learn More, See more, See details.
CTAs must not use language that may pressure customers into taking action, such as “Last Chance” or “Don’t Miss Out," or emotionally charged language.
Sentence case is recommended for all title and description text.
Capitalized words for common abbreviations (such as DIY), or where the registered product or brand names are capitalized are acceptable.
Copy which combines random capitalized words with lowercase text are not permitted, for example “THIS headline is INCORRECT” or CaMeL CaSe or “This headline Is incorrect”.
2.4 Claims and comparative statements
Advertising claims in your Stores must be truthful and accurate. You must have evidence in support of your advertising claims:
If you make a claim about your brand in your Store, that claim must be substantiated within the Store, with the date and evidence to support that claim.
If you make a claim about your products, it must be clear which products this applies to and those products should be placed adjacent to the claim within the Store. Substantiation must be discoverable on the product detail page or the product packaging of the associated products.
Please see some examples of claims that require substantiation below:
Accolades and awards: Must be supported with details such as date and awarding body and should be less than 18 months old.
Survey results: Claims about the results of consumer surveys must be substantiated even if the survey collected subjective opinions. For example, “33% of people like XXX” must be accompanied by a disclosure citing the source and date of the survey (“*US Surveys Ltd, January 2019”).
Quantified performance: Claims which imply to the customer that some objective measurement has taken place. For example, “Reduces 99% of wrinkles” or “Teeth appear three shades whiter” or “the best moisturizer.”
Comparative: Must be supported with a citation of an independent source and dated within the previous 18 months. For example, “America's best hat, Hat Makers magazine, 2019." We do not permit direct comparison to competitor brands.
Products must not make therapeutic or health claims related to a disease, ailment, physical condition or discomfort, defect, injury, or psychological condition.
Sun Protection Factor (SPF) creams that have a SPF less than 50 must not claim to be "High" (or similar) protection. Additionally, products whose primary purpose is not for sun protection must not claim to be a sun protection product.
Supplements, foods, creams, and other consumable or topical products cannot claim to assist with or have an impact on weight loss, slimming, or dieting.
2.4.1 Warranty and guarantees
The Store must clearly describe warranties or guarantees, including any applicable limitations. The party responsible for honoring the warranty or guarantee must be disclosed in the Store and on the product detail page of applicable products.
2.5 Fake functionality
Fake functionality can trick customers into clicking on ads by believing that certain inactive elements of your Store are interactive and can provide value to them. For example, non-clickable tiles with CTA buttons are prohibited.
2.6 Special characters
Only alphanumeric characters are permitted.
Excessive use of ellipses is prohibited; we recommend no more than 3 instances per block of text.
Emoticons are permitted; however, please avoid repetitive or excessive use.
All text must be legible in contrast against the image background and size—a minimum of 32 pixels high in Hero, an image gallery, or an Extra Large (full width) image tile and 16 pixels high for other image tiles.
3. Store features
The following sections contains guidelines for usage of Store features
3.1 Interactive image
Interactive images allow advertisers to place interactive points on images that provide additional information on the product showcased in the image. To ensure a good customer experience the points must not be:
Clustered or obscure important elements of the underlying image, such as logos or text.
Placed in confusing positions, such as on the edge of an image.
Used to obscure prohibited elements of the image.
Used to replicate a CTA.
3.2 Image with text over-lays
Image with text over-lays allows advertisers to add text over an underlying image. To ensure a good customer experience, the overlay section must not obscure important elements of the underlying image or video, such as text, logos, or the product.
3.3 Promotions & Featured deals
Promotional messaging is only permitted when used with the Featured Deals widget. Promotional messaging must:
Only use general promotional language such as:
Discover our Savings/Discounts.
See our Savings/Discounts.
Savings on Brand or Product Name.
Words or phrases intended to create urgency. For example, “Today only” or “Last Chance”
References to specific pricing or discounts (for example, $20 off or Save 5%).
Exclamation points, unless they are a part of the brand name.
The Featured Deals widget must be utilized to display Deals within Stores. Where the Featured Deals widget is present in the Store as a component to a Store page that also contains messaging or products that are not deal related:
Promotional messaging is only permitted in Text or Image Tiles directly above or adjacent to the widget.
The Store page cannot be titled “Sale,” “Discount,” “Deals,” or other terms that imply a promotion.
If the Store or page is created exclusively to promote deals the Store or page must:
Be appropriately titled. For example, “Sale”, “Discounts”, “Deals” or other terms that imply a promotion.
Contain the Featured Deals widget as the first product selection tile on the page.
If the page also contains other product selections tiles, it must be clear to the customer that those products are not on deal and must be clearly separated from those that are on deal.
3.4 Page and tiles
Each page within your Store should contain a clickable link to a product detail page or another page within the Store and must not present customers with a circular experience.
Empty tile or tiles with original default text “Text Will Go Here” are not permitted.
Scheduling allows advertisers to choose a launch date for a new Store, or a version of an existing Store. If scheduling is used to promote an event, the following conditions apply:
Single-day seasonal events (for example, Halloween and Valentines): should start no more than ~6 weeks prior to the event and must be removed or updated within 24-48 hrs. of the event date.
Sale events (for example, Black Friday and Cyber Monday): should start no more than 7 days prior to the event and be removed or updated within 24 hrs. of the event date, unless that event is considered to last longer (for example Cyber Week).
Multi-day seasonal events (for example, Christmas): should start no more than 8 weeks prior to the event and be removed or updated within a reasonable time frame of the event (1 week is generally acceptable).
In addition to the content acceptability guidelines in section 2, this section outlines additional guidelines for all image and video content in your Store.
4.1 General image and video guidelines
Images and videos must:
Be high-resolution and must meet the minimum specifications for the selected tile.
Not be pixelated, obviously distorted, or stretched.
Must stream correctly and be relevant to the product and Store.
Should not be longer than 5 minutes.
Locale specific restriction
Japan: Intellectual properties (IP) such as copyrighted songs, musical scores, and lyrics are managed by music copyright management organizations such as JASRAC. In the event that copyright materials owned by copyright management organizations are used in violation of IP rights and Amazon.co.jp is charged license fees from these organizations, Amazon shall be entitled to claim any damages against the associated advertiser/agency.
4.2 Brand logo guidelines
We require the presence of your brand logo in your Store so that customers can identify you as the advertiser. As the brand logo may also be used for different ad formats it is important that your logo meets the below guidelines. The logo must be your brand’s registered logo and not of the brand you are promoting, unless you have the legal right to use the promoted brands logo. Brand Logos must:
Fill the entire image or be on a white or transparent background
Accurately reflect the brand or product you are promoting.
Brand logos must not be on a complex graphical background and must be visually appealing. Logos cannot:
Be a product, ASIN (including cropped versions) lifestyle image or combination.
Be used as an extension of the hero image nor contain additional text.
Be a combination of logos.
Contain crowded or cluttered elements.
Entertainment and book advertisers may also use the below, provided these images can also be found on the product packaging, product detail page or author page:
An author, actor or related character image for dedicated Stores.
Icons synonymous with the theme of the products, such as a spider’s web for a Spiderman film Store.
Book, film and TV series ads can also use a creative series title for dedicated Stores.
4.3 Images and video creative guidelines
Stores should be viewed in desktop and mobile previews to ensure images are not cropped in a way that obscures important elements of the image.
Hero images should not contain crowded or overlapping elements.
Content in Text Overlay tiles should not obscure any underlying image text, nor other important elements of the underlying image.
4.3.1 Adult products image guidelines
Images and videos must not contain any of the following:
Nudity, including intimate body parts (i.e., genitalia, breasts, buttocks) obscured with hands, bars, stars or other graphics.
Intimate body parts must be covered with clothing.
Representations of human genitalia, including packaging.
Contours of male or female genitalia may be permitted if not sexually suggestive.
Profanities, including obfuscated profanities.
Images of child models or adult models representing children.
The product in use (for example, in video tutorials), including through lifestyle images or by mannequins, cartoons or other means.
Verbal descriptions and abstract illustrations of the products are permitted if the language is not offensive.
Overly provocative lewd or suggestive content.
Sexual activities or positions.
Sexually suggestive poses or gesticulations.
Aggressive or violent content.
4.3.2 Distressing image guidelines
Images of actual or implied abuse such as humans or animals in distress, scenes of torture, molestation, actual or implied rape are prohibited.
4.3.3 Entertainment trailers guidelines
The content rating for the product must be displayed prior to the trailer starting. We cannot accept red-band, or age-gated trailers, nor can we accept trailers for movies rated NC-17, or video games rated AO or the local equivalent. If no rating is available, the video must be suitable for family audiences.
4.3.4 Intimate apparel image guidelines
Images and video of intimate clothing, lingerie, and swimwear products may not be sexually explicit or obscene, as determined at the sole discretion of Amazon. In addition, images of such products must comply with the following rules:
Images that show people in poses emulating a sexual position or alluding to sexual activity whether clothed or unclothed.
Images and video that display full nudity (breasts, genitalia, bare bottoms, and so on) are not permitted.
Images and video with live models wearing sheer or opaque products might be permitted, provided that genitalia and breasts are not exposed or presented in a lewd or provocative manner. No bars or other types of graphics are permitted to cover exposed body parts.
Thongs and panties must use front views for the main product image or video.
Thongs and panties that do not provide full coverage in the front and back must have images or video that do not use a human model. Air-brushing is not permitted for exposed skin areas.
4.3.5 Sexual image guidelines
Images and videos must not contain:
Sexually suggestive poses, such as the parting of the legs, gripping of hair, or accentuation of the hip along with amorous or sexually suggestive facial expressions.
Images that draw undue attention to intimate body parts, such as breasts or buttocks, in a sexual way.
Depictions of minors in sexual situations.
Images of suggestive undressing, such as pulling down a bra strap or underwear.
Models in sexy lingerie such as stockings, suspenders, or paraphernalia such as whips and chains.
Provocative embraces or embraces in a provocative setting such as in a shower or on a bed.
4.3.6 Violent image guidelines
Excessive violence or gore such as characters that have excessive open wounds, are in the act of being attacked with weapons, dismemberment, graphic depictions of cadavers are prohibited. Please note that the presence of blood without violence or open wounds may be acceptable in entertainment or video trailers.
4.3.7 Weapons image guidelines
Images of weapons (including realistic and non-realistic firearms, swords, bows and arrows, etc.) must not be:
Shown in a violent, threatening manner, for example, in the process of injuring another character.
Displayed in a gruesome way (for example, covered in blood).
Pointed at a character.
Directed out toward the customer.
Handled by or associated with a minor.
Shown in the act of firing (for example, bullets visibly exiting the weapon, smoke or other residue shown around the barrel).
5. Product acceptability
All products must be suitable for general audiences and appropriate for the locale in which the Store is displayed. The following types of products are prohibited in Stores globally:
Adult products: Pornography or related content. See section 2. Restrictions for Products, for details on permitted adult products.
Beauty and Personal Care: products that claim to permanently physically change natural body properties are prohibited.
Competition and sweepstakes.
Drug testing kits.
Disease diagnostic kits.
Digital and computer hacking services and products.
Etching creams, and other caustic creams, gels, liquids, or solutions.
False document services.
Food and supplements that contain ephedrine alkaloids, Salvia divinorum, or salvinorin A.
Gender prediction tests.
Graffiti-related paints, markers, creams, nozzles, refills, and "how-to" videos and other content.
Illicit and recreational drugs and drug-related paraphernalia.
Medical devices intended or marketed for professional use.
Nitrous oxide canisters and chargers.
Prescription drugs and devices.
Products that claim to diagnose, cure, mitigate, treat, or prevent a disease or addiction.
Products designed to be used for privacy invasion, such as spy cameras, or to evade law enforcement, such as a police radio scanner.
Products or content that promotes hate, incites violence or intolerance, or advocates or discriminates against a protected group, whether based on race, color, national origin, religion, disability, sex, sexual orientation, age or another category.
Products related to gambling services.
Products that may infringe, encourage, or enable, the infringement of intellectual property or personal rights.
Profane or vulgar products or content.
Products that could be used for questionable or potentially dangerous activities, such as Fireworks.
Tattoo and body branding products.
Tobacco, e-cigarettes, vapes and related accessories such as tobacco grinders, cigarette papers and cases, e-liquids, hookah accessories, ashtray etc
UV tanning services and equipment.
Ammunition or reloaded ammunition.
Assault weapon parts or accessories or products marketed as assault weapon parts or accessories, including reference to various assault weapon models.
Destructive and explosive devices, such as fireworks.
Handgun safety certificates.
Pistols, revolvers, or any form of firearm.
Products that resemble or include realistic or actual weapons, weapon parts, or ammunition.
Weapons or other items intended solely for law enforcement or military use.
6. Restrictions for products
In addition to the content and image acceptability guidelines listed above, this section outlines additional product specific guidelines.
6.1 Adult products
Adult Product Stores must only include adult products. Adult Product Stores cannot feature any non-adult products. Similarly, a non-adult Store cannot include any adult products.
The following are adult products and may only be featured in Adult Product Stores (this list is not exhaustive):
Virility equipment and other sexual enhancing supplements and aphrodisiacs.
Erotic lingerie with an obvious sexual intent i.e. mesh material.
Erotic games, books, costumes and joke books.
Intimate sex products of a non-natural or generic design (lifelike or natural designs are not permitted).
Massage oils, creams, candles, body paints & powders.
Comfort furniture (sans intimate appendages, cushion, and rests) and poles.
Adult Product Stores must:
Not contain any explicit or prurient content.
Not contain overtly sexual references, profanity or obfuscated profanity (for example, in the product title).
Include the Store brand logo or name displayed clearly in the hero image for all pages within the Store.
Contain an “adults only” message in the hero image for all pages within the Store.
Dedicate each Store page to a single adult product category or to closely associated adult products.
Sexual Wellness Stores, which include adult products, must display those products in a separate and appropriately labelled sub-page. The subpage must include an "adults only" message in the Hero Image.
Please see Section 3 (Image and video acceptability guidelines) for further details.
Locale specific requirements
Japan: Adult product Stores are prohibited
6.2 Artwork and art & industrial supplies
Works of art that are adult in nature, such as nude art, are permitted providing the artwork:
Does not contain prurient content or explicit or sexual gestures.
Is placed on an appropriately titled page separate from other artwork in the Store.
6.2.2 Art & Industrial supplies
We permit Stores for art and industrial supplies that are intended and marketed only for home, industrial, automobile, or art-related uses. Products must not encourage or promote defacing of public or private property, vandalism, or anti-social behaviors. The below products are prohibited in Stores:
Graffiti-related paints, markers, creams, nozzles, refills, and “how-to” videos and other content.
Caustic creams, gels, liquids, or similar solutions.
6.3 Alcohol and related products
6.3.1 General guidelines
Image, video and text must promote the responsible consumption of alcohol and must not:
Suggest or imply that alcohol has therapeutic or other benefits (for example, that alcohol improves performance, contributes to success, or solves problems) nor claim that the use of a substance or device will assist with the prevention, diagnosing, curing or alleviating a disease, ailment, defect, or injury or will influence, inhibit, or modify a physiological process.
Show people actively engaged in drinking.
Contain adults that appear to be under the age of 25.
Be directed toward, contain images or content designed to appeal to minors.
Associate drinking with motor vehicles, driving or operating machinery.
Disparage abstinence from alcoholic beverages.
Irresponsibly incentivize people to drink.
Promote excessive consumption.
Focus on the alcoholic strength of the beverage.
Be associated with pregnancy, maternity or parenting.
6.3.2 Alcohol beverages and merchandise
In addition to the above general guidelines, Alcohol beverage and merchandise Stores must follow the below guidelines:
All pages within the Store must have the advertisers brand logo enabled in the hero image.
Stores cannot contain a mixture of alcohol and non-alcohol related products.
Germany, Italy, and Spain: Image, video or text cannot be associated with sports.
France: Stores must contain the relevant alcohol disclosure.
Products with an alcohol strength of 55% and above are prohibited.
The Hero image must include one of the following disclosures: “Evite el exceso,” “Conocer es no excederse,” or “Todo con medida.”
Alcohol beverage Stores are prohibited in Canada, India, and the USA.
In addition to the general alcohol guidelines above, products in this category must not suggest that the products help you consume alcohol in a safer way.
6.3.4 Hangover remedies
In addition to the general alcohol guidelines above, products in this category must not make medicinal claims such as "cure your hangover" or claim that ingredients included will do so.
6.4 Beauty products
Products in this category must not:
Claim to permanently change a normal body function or condition.
Directly reference private, intimate, or sensitive bodily conditions.
Claim to diagnose, cure, mitigate, treat, or prevent a disease or addiction.
Ask questions of, or speak directly to the customer, such as the use of "you/your" (for example, “Embarrassed about the way you look? Then try this”).
Contain before and after images.
Australia: Products must not must not make any health or therapeutic claims and must not describe the effect of the product on the body such as moisturizing or anti-aging
6.5 Child safety
Products for children must not show the product being used in an unsafe way. For example, paddling pools or other products that could cause harm to the child if misused, must show the product being used under adult supervision.
Stores for hemp-based products must not be associated with or encourage the consumption of illicit drugs, including the use of marijuana or cannabis imagery.
India: Consumable hemp products are prohibited.
6.7 Infant and follow-on formula
Stores for infant and follow-on formula must not contain messaging that discourages breastfeeding or that claims that the product can be a substitute for breastfeeding.
Infant formula is milk-based product designated for children between 0 -12 months in Australia and Mexico and between 0 - 6 months in other locales.
Follow on formula is milk-based product designated for children over 12 months in Australia and Mexico and between 6 -12 months in other locales
USA and Canada: Infant formula is permitted only in the USA and Canada.
India: Infant and follow-on formula are prohibited. This also includes baby feeding products such as baby feeding bottles.
We prohibit knives whose primary purpose is, or is marketed to be, for combat or military use, self-defense, or to encourage violent behavior. Examples include zombie knives, combat knives, assault knives, throwing knives, daggers, boot knives, spring-assisted knives, hand-to-hand or fighting knives, gravity knives, bayonets, drop-point knives (Mexico only), swords, self-defense knives, and ninja stars.
Only kitchen knives, cutlery or silverware are permitted in the United Kingdom, Japan, China and India.
6.9 Medical products, Over-the-Counter (OTC) drugs and supplements
Products in this category must not:
Claim to diagnose, cure, mitigate, treat, or prevent a disease or addiction.
Make unrealistic or unrelated claims as to the efficacy of the product.
Directly reference private, intimate, or sensitive bodily conditions.
Discourage customers from visiting a qualified medical professional.
Australia: Products must not make any health or therapeutic claims and must not describe the effect of the product on the body
Mexico:Text must not describe the medical condition or the product itself. Text may only contain the brand, product name, and CTA.
Stores containing pharmaceutical products must not contain a Call to Action (CTA).
Store components which allow a product to be added to cart are prohibited for pharmaceutical products.
Products in Stores must include the product name and class of the drug.
Quasi-drugs must be clearly identified within the Store.
6.9.1 Home test kits
We permit Stores for home test kit products that provide ancestry and high-level health-related information but do not claim to diagnose, treat, or assess the risks of a disease, condition, or ailment. You may promote only products that comply with applicable local regulations in all the locale(s) where your ads will show. You are responsible for obtaining all necessary authorizations or approvals from local regulatory authorities for the sale, distribution, or advertisement of the products that you intend to advertise with Amazon, as applicable. Permitted products include, but are not limited to, diabetes and blood sugar monitoring kits; blood pressure monitors; ancestral, DNA, and personal genetic profiling kits; urinalysis kits; lancing devices (medical only); and pregnancy and fertility tests. These product categories are subject to locale-specific requirements, including the following:
Ancestral, DNA, and genetic profiling testing kits are not permitted in France.
All products in this category are prohibited in and Australia
Restrictions apply to Home Test Kits in Japan.
Non-prescription health and beauty products cannot claim to be as effective as prescription products.
6.9.3 Weight loss
Content must not speak directly to customers, such as “Are you overweight?”, nor make any unrealistic or excessive claims, including, but not limited to:
That customers can lose weight by merely using the product without following a calorie-controlled diet or exercise program.
That results are effective for everyone, or that are permanent.
Weight loss of a specific amount over a defined period of time.
Substantial weight loss no matter what or how much the customer eats.
That a customer will lose weight by wearing a product on the body or rubbing it into the skin.
Stores associated with weight loss products should not contain before and after images.
Mexico: Weight loss, weight gain, muscle building, and similar products are prohibited in Mexico.
Australia: Weight loss foods, supplements, topical creams, and claims related to weight loss or slimming are prohibited.
Japan: Foods or supplements making health claims must have the appropriate “Food with Functions” label and statements on the product packaging
6.10 Political products
We do not accept content or products related to campaigns, elections, or political issues of public debate; that advocate for or against a politician or a political party; or that personally attack a political figure.
6.11 Sexual wellness
We permit the promotion of sexual wellness products provided the Stores comply with the following requirements:
Products must not contain claims related to increased sexual performance or libido boosting. Products must not explicitly reference private, intimate, or sensitive physical/medical conditions nor sensitive bodily functions or conditions.
Sexual wellness products must not be mixed with non-sexual wellness products. Advertiser who may also sell unrelated products should place sexual wellness products in an appropriately titled subpage within the Store, such as “Sexual Wellness.”
6.12 Sports and outdoor products
Stores for sports and outdoor products must not:
Encourage customers to be less watchful or responsible for their health and safety.
Condone or encourage violent or anti-social behavior.
Mislead customers, including by presenting as safe products that are generally deemed to be unsafe without proper care and precaution.
6.12.1 Image guidelines
In addition to the content and image acceptability guidelines listed above, Stores for sports and outdoor products that contain images of weapon or weapon accessories must:
Focus on the weapon accessory and not the weapon itself.
Not show the weapon in use, or about to be used (for example, an ad for a gun holster cannot feature the gun drawn, or in the act of being drawn).
Not contain products or accessories superfluous or unrelated to the primary product. For example, a gun holster product must not feature a combat knife.
6.12.2 Product acceptability
We permit the following products in Stores:
Airsoft accessories such as masks and gloves.
Arrow rests, flights, bowstrings.
Binoculars, monoculars, and night vision monoculars.
Game and trail cameras.
Handheld spotting scopes.
Paintball masks, headwear, and protective eyewear.
Ammunition storage such as bins and safes.
Gun cleaning kits.
Tactical cases, bags, paracord.
All weapon and weapon accessories are prohibited in Mexico, Japan, India, and China. We permit the following products only in the USA:
Airsoft weapons and ammunition.
BB guns and ammunition.
Bows and arrows.
Gun rest and gun rest bags.
Laser, telescopic, and non-telescopic fixed weapon sights.
Paintball guns and ammunition.
7. Amazon branding
7.1 Amazon trademarks, products and services
Amazon logos, and references to Amazon products and services are prohibited in Stores. This includes:
Amazon user interface elements such as Add to Cart buttons or elements that mimic these.
Amazon references such as “The best Store on Amazon”, “Shop our selection on Amazon” or “The Sunglasses Amazon Store”).
Dynamic customer ratings, sales ranking, prices, and savings at Amazon unless dynamically linked from the detail page.
References to Amazon programs such as Kindle Unlimited (see “Program eligibility” below for exceptions).
Accurate references to Amazon products for compatibility purposes, such as “Works With Alexa," are permitted, provided the primary product is positioned first in the headline or image and Amazon products are referred to correctly.
If you refer to Subscribe & Save or Prime Pantry in your Store to highlight your eligible products, you must use the original unadjusted name or logo associated with these programs. We do not permit customized or abridged references or logos. If you create a Store or page dedicated to your applicable products, you must add your products to Product Grids or a Product Detail Showcase (full width product tile with product details) only. It is your responsibility to ensure all products displayed in the dedicated Store or page are enrolled in the associated program. All other references to these programs in your Store must lead to a Store page or other landing page that contains only eligible products, or to the homepage of the associated program on Amazon.
7.2 Customer reviews
Third-party customer reviews, star ratings or other elements that could be confused with Amazon Customer Reviews are not allowed.
No changes can be made to Amazon Customer Reviews, including the correcting of spelling or grammar errors. Reviews with gross misspellings or significant grammatical errors must be avoided.
To omit unwanted portions of a customer review, use ellipses (“…”) with no spaces before or after; truncations must not alter the meaning of the review.
A maximum of three ellipses can be used in a customer review: one at the start of the review, one in the middle, and one at the end.
Amazon customer reviews must not include the customer name.
Amazon customer reviews must be verifiable on the associated detail page.
Locale specific restrictions
Japan: Customer reviews are prohibited