Regarding sale of non-medical face masks / fabric face masks
If such products are to be sold on Tise, the requirements of the Product Control Act must be met. This means that you as the buyer must receive clear and easily accessible information that enables you to assess the safety of the product.
As a seller of fabric face masks, you must have a clear warning that the product does not protect you from any risk, and that the product is only intended for private use. It is permitted to write that such products reduce droplet spread, but the information provided with the product may not have references to personal protective equipment or medical equipment. The product don't need a marking that indicates any kind of protection class. Such masks must also not be CE marked.
Read more about the production of cloth bandages at Standard Norway
If you are going to buy cloth bandages, you must at all times stay up to date on FHI's guidelines. And especially keep in mind the proper use of cloth bandages:
- Wash your hands before putting on the face mask
- Make sure that the face mask is close to the face and well over the nose
- Change to a clean face mask if it gets damp or if you take it off to eat etc.
- Wash your hands after removing the face mask
- Keep the used face mask in a closed plastic bag until you can wash it
- Wash the cloth bandage at 60 degrees between each use
Preventive measures related to the coronavirus
In the context of the coronavirus, it is important to think about preventative measures when it comes to buying and selling goods between individuals.
We encourage people to ship their items instead and if one has to meet, avoid contact and shaking hands. Note: If you are in the quarantine or are in dialogue with someone who is in the quarantine, it is important to refrain from conducting a trade until the quarantine period is over.
Also, be extra careful about washing products to be sold, and allow some time for the items to be handed over to the new owner.
Remember to have good hygiene and no hand shakes🤝
Due to this situation, we also stop the sale of the following products:
- Disposable face masks
- Dust masks
- Disinfection products
- And products that are considered traded on the basis of the situation.
Otherwise, it is important to stay up to date on the rules from the National Institute of Public Health (in Norway: https://www.fhi.no/)
In order for Tise to provide you with a good and safe user experience, as well as maintain a good quality and logistics around the service, we have created some guidelines for using Tise, as well as regarding what can be advertised and the quality around it.
Liability and copyright
Tise reserves the right to investigate all advertisements published, both during and after publication. Ads that are considered to violate the Service Policy may be modified or removed without notice.
Advertisers at Tise are fully responsible for the product, the content of the ad, and the delivery of the product according to the agreements entered into with the buyer.
It is not allowed to use other people's material, text or images on Tise without the explicit consent of the rights owner. In cases where individuals can be associated with the images, it is also important that the depicted persons have also given consent for further use. If you use other material protected by copyright, you may be liable for damages.
In the event of any technical errors, incorrect removal of advertisements or other defects related to the Service, Tise will not be held responsible for any losses that may be incurred by the user.
Ad content and placement
All items must have a relevant price. If an advertiser wants a bidding round for their product, this must be communicated in the ad and in dialogue with interested buyers to avoid misunderstandings.
The ads should be placed in a category that matches the item being posted.
Ads should have a relevant description that matches the product's features and appearance.
The ads must meet the requirements of the photo guide.
Post only one item per ad.
Use keywords / tags that are relevant to your ad description. Avoid keywords / tags that are not relevant to the product as this can result in a worse user experience for others.
Ads that are published must be the advertiser's property.
Avoid capitalization in the description of your ad beyond normal grammar use.
Text or images that may be considered offensive are not allowed.
In dialogue with users at Tise, everyone is encouraged to maintain a pleasant and objective tone and to the best of their ability to try to communicate in a neat and understandable way in order to avoid misunderstandings about a trade.
Communication should be in a language both understand well.
Avoid unnecessary discussions that are not related to the sales items or that can help create a bad climate.
Ads we do not allow
Here is an overview of products that are not allowed to be traded on Tise. This list is made from a combination of respect for laws and regulations, safety for animals and people, and to keep the marketplace tidy and free of unnecessary noise. Although this listing contains most of what is not desirable on Tise, Tise will still be able to remove any product that is considered irrelevant or undesirable if needed.
- Copies and replicas. Those who produce replica products often work in very poor conditions. The purchase of copy products also undermines job opportunities and social rights for those who work with the legal producers.
- Advertising, resale and mass sales of products and services
Including, but not limited to garage sales, flea markets, home stores, tupperware, import sales and resale.
- Animals (dog, cat, horse, fish, rodents, bird and more)
- Weapons (Firearms, Cutting Tools and Weapon Parts)
Objects that can be used to harm others or to hunt with are something we do not want traded on Tise. The exception is if it is to be used in industry, sports, household or for decoration.
- Food, beverages, supplements and more
These are products that in most cases are not suitable to sell after the seal is broken. The products also have date limitations in terms of durability and it is also difficult to control the contents of the products.
- Offensive ads
Ads that may be offensive or inappropriate are prohibited on Tise. Including, but not limited to: sale of pornography and erotic toys
- Sale of used makeup / wellness products (broken packaging)
- Alcohol and nicotine (including e-smoke)
- Competitions and Giveaways
- Currency trading
- Exercise program and dietary advice