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RULES & POLICIES


Rules and Policies
Zibica's policies are rules and guidelines that create a safe and fair trading environment for all its members. The following rules and policies are therefore enforced:
Your User Agreement - This is the most important Zibica policy and rule document. All members are responsible for reviewing and understanding Zibica's policies and all applicable laws and regulations contained in this legal contract.
Rules about Feedback - Rules and guidelines about Zibica's system for member reputations.
Rules for Everyone - General policies applying to all Zibica members, Zibica employees and Zibica. This section includes rules that protect your privacy and your identity. Learn more about issues like the use of profanity, unsolicited email (spam), and how to participate on Community content areas like blogs.
Rules for Buyers - This section includes rules applicable to buying.
Rules for Sellers - Important listing policies and other rules that apply to selling, such as:
Prohibited and Restricted Items – Can you sell rhinoceros horns on Zibica? What about selling lottery tickets? Find out in our comprehensive list of banned and restricted items.
Rules for Listings – Why is a listing title like “Android Tablet, Not Ipad” considered keyword spamming and not allowed?
Rules about Intellectual Property – Find out how Zibica helps protect intellectual property rights owners against infringement.
Seller Protection Policies Zibica’s policies are intended to:
• Support government laws and regulations
• Minimize risks to both buyers and sellers
• Provide equal opportunity to all buyers and sellers
• Protect intellectual property rights
• Provide an enjoyable buying experience
• Support the values of the Zibica Community

Learning about Zibica's policies will help you avoid breaking rules (including the law) and aid you in trading with reliable, trustworthy buyers and sellers.
Violations of policy may result in a range of actions including:
• Listing cancellation
• Limits on account privileges
• Account suspension
• Forfeit of Zibica fees on cancelled listings

Rules about Feedback
Feedback is a valuable indicator of a buyer’s or seller's reputation on Zibica. Your Feedback Profile includes a Feedback Score, as well as comments from your transaction partners.
As a Zibica member, you should use caution and good judgment when leaving Feedback for another member. What you write will be a permanent part of that member’s record on Zibica.
Zibica's Feedback-related policies are designed to encourage open and honest trading. However, to ensure that Feedback is used for the proper purpose and not abused, Zibica has some basic rules that must be followed.
Feedback can be abused by practices such as:
• Feedback Extortion - Threatening to leave negative or neutral feedback for another member unless the other member provides goods or services not included in the original listing
• Feedback Manipulation - Feedback left or received where the Feedback’s primary value is to artificially enhance a member’s reputation
• Feedback in Seller Terms and Conditions - Sellers are not permitted to include in their listings or terms of sale any conditions that limit or restrict the buyer from leaving Feedback
Violations of Zibica’s policies may result in a range of actions including:
• Listing cancellation
• Limits on account privileges
• Account suspension
• Forfeit of Zibica fees on cancelled listings

Rules for Everyone
There are rules that all Zibica members, both buyers and sellers, need to know and follow. These rules are created to protect you and to keep Zibica a safe place to buy, sell, and participate in the Community.
Rules about general member conduct
Zibica members cannot:
• Interfere with the site - Interference or attempted interference with Zibica's site and/or operations using any software program, routine or activity is a serious offense and is not permitted. Members using the Zibica site may only modify or add content in those areas specifically designated for member use. All content must also abide by all other Zibica policies. In no case may a user block, obscure, overwrite or modify any Zibica-generated content or pages. All other site locations or components of the pages are strictly for Zibica use.
• Use profanity on the site - Zibica policy prohibits the use of language that is racist, hateful, sexual or obscene in nature in a public area. This policy extends to all user-generated text on areas (including comments/feedback) of the site that another member may view. Please report offensive User IDs in case of any violations of this policy.
• Infringe on Zibica’s intellectual property.
• Create a new account or buy and sell on other existing accounts to avoid restrictions or limits.
• Make offers to buy or sell outside of Zibica - Zibica prohibits email offers to buy or sell listed items outside of the Zibica website. Offers of this nature circumvent Zibica's fee structure and are a potential fraud risk for both buyers and sellers.

Rules about identity
Member identity is a building block of the Zibica Community. Zibica treats member identity with great respect. Zibica expects Community members to treat member identity with the same level of respect.
Zibica members:
• Must be at least 18 years old.
• Cannot misrepresent their identities.
• Must always provide valid and complete contact information and must always have a valid email address.
• Cannot publish the contact information of other members in an online public area.
Rules about communicating with other Zibica members
Zibica members:
• Cannot send unsolicited email (spam) or email threats to other members.
• Cannot send unsolicited messages or threats to other members using the social media tools available (Facebook, Twitter, Google+, etc.).
• Must follow Zibica’s rules for Community Content (includes blog entries).
Rules for Buyers
Zibica's policies are rules and guidelines that help to create a safe, fair and enjoyable trading environment for all Zibica members. As a buyer, you are responsible for reviewing and understanding Zibica’s policies, as well as all applicable laws and regulations as outlined in the User Agreement .
Buyers cannot buy an item when they do not meet the seller’s terms as outlined in the item listing.
Both buyers and sellers cannot interfere with a transaction or offer to buy or sell listed items outside of the Zibica site (see Rules for Everyone).
Every buyer must know and follow:
Payment Confirmation - Payment confirmation shall mean a notice from Zibica to buyer and seller that a transaction price is successfully received by Zibica from buyer. Payment confirmation shall also be notified on the Website under the “Activity -> Bought” section of the User’s account.
Dispatch Time - The seller shall provide dispatch details for the shipment within the timeline as per the handling time mentioned in the listing page. In case the seller does not enter dispatch details within this specified dispatch time, Zibica may refund the transaction price to the buyer.
Delivery Time - The Delivery time is a timeline within which the seller shall be required to ensure the delivery of goods and/or services. The delivery time is calculated from the time the seller enters the dispatch details on the Website and delivery is required to be within 5 days of doing so.
Buyer confirmation - The buyer is given 48 hours after the item delivery timeline to confirm receipt of the item. If he has not received the item, the buyer may raise a refund claim within 48 hours.
Contesting a refund claim - When a seller is notified of the buyer raising a refund claim for non-receipt of the item while the seller had delivered the item, the seller needs to contact Zibica within 48 hours of such notification with a copy of the Proof of Delivery (POD). Zibica would then investigate the dispute and action as per evidence on record. Zibica's decision on the dispute will be final.
Cancellation - In case of any Cancellation, entire amount will be refunded via same source within 7 ~ 10 working days.
Taxes - If any extra local/state or country tax (international shipments) are applicable they would have to be paid by the buyer. Zibica will not be responsible for paying those taxes at any point of time.
Rules for Sellers
Zibica's policies are rules and guidelines that help to create a safe, fair and enjoyable trading environment for all Zibica members. As a seller, you are responsible for reviewing and understanding Zibica’s selling policies, as well as all applicable laws and regulations as outlined in the User Agreement.
Learning about Zibica's selling policies before you list an item will help you to avoid unintentionally breaking rules. Zibica’s selling policies are updated to respond to marketplace, Community and security issues, so it is important to check them regularly for changes.
Every seller must know and follow:
• Rules about Prohibited and Restricted Items - What items can and cannot be listed.
• Rules about Intellectual Property - Items and listings that have the potential of violating certain copyrights, trademarks, or other rights.
• Rules for Listings - Actions that are not allowed in listings.
• Rules for Dispatch Time - The seller shall dispatch the product within the timeline of 2 days of order created. Same will be mentioned as handling time on the Product listing page. In case the seller does not enter dispatch details within the stipulated time, Zibica may cancel the transaction and may refund the transaction price to the buyer.
• Rules for Delivery Time - The delivery time is a timeline within which the seller shall be required to ensure the delivery of goods. The delivery time is calculated from the time the seller enters the dispatch details. Delivery of the item should take place Within 5 days from dispatch date.
• Rules for Buyer Confirmation - The buyer is given 48 hours after the item delivery timeline to confirm receipt of the item. If he has not received the item, the buyer may raise a refund claim within 48 hours.
• Rules for Contesting a Refund Claim - When a seller is notified of the buyer raising a refund claim for non-receipt of the item while the seller had delivered the item, the seller needs to contact Zibica within 48 hours of such notification with a copy of the Proof of Delivery (POD). Zibica would then investigate the dispute and action as per evidence on record. Zibica's decision on the dispute will be final.
• Rules for Remittances to Sellers - All remittances to sellers shall be in accordance with the directions issued by Reserve Bank of India for opening and operation of accounts and settlement of payments for electronic payment transactions involving intermediaries vide its notification RBI/2009-10/231 DPSS.CO.PD.No.1102 / 02.14.08/ 2009-10 dated November 24, 2009. Zibica would remit the transaction price to sellers by way of electronic transfer to the seller’s bank account as specified in the User’s Account Settings on a periodical basis (Electronic Transfers will be made every 10th, 20thand last day of every month. Any order which has be completed is given 20 days of cycle time which consist of {Order Creation > Order Confirmation > Order Delivered > Any Refund, if applicable} and such remittance shall be after the deduction of Zibica Seller Fees and other dues to Zibica including without limitation any refund claim and/or Charge backs.
• Rules for Remittances Due to Sellers - Sellers remittances would be due when any one of the following occurs: the buyer has confirmed delivery of the item
the buyer does not confirm the delivery of the item within the timelines provided in the Zibica Rules and Policies for Buyers
• No refund claim has been filed within the stipulated time-frame. In case a refund claim is filed, the remittance of transaction price will be due to the seller only when the refund claim is rejected by Zibica.
• Rules for Additional Verification (KYC) - Sellers who have received more than Indian Rs. 50,000 would be required to complete additional verification (KYC) and till such time that the additional verification is completed the remittances would be kept on hold. In such case, the Sellers would be required to furnish the following documents:
Valid photo Proof of Identity (POI)
Valid Proof of Address (POA) for the bank account name as mentioned in the User's Account
• Sellers would be intimated to start KYC verification when Zibica has remitted more than Indian Rs. 30,000. The seller would also be notified when KYC verification has been completed. Post KYC verification, in case the seller edits his bank account details anytime in future he will be required to complete KYC verification again for the new bank account and till such time that the verification is completed all the remittances shall be on hold. Remittances aggregating to a total of and up to a maximum of Indian Rs. 50,000 since the first registration of the seller may not be kept on hold.
• Rules for Zibica Seller Fees - The seller would be charged the applicable fee based on the transaction price including any Zibica gift vouchers when redeemed by the buyer.
This fee would be deducted from the transaction price and remitted to the seller. Please see the table below for more details. The seller shall not attempt to circumvent or manipulate Our fee structure, the billing process or the fees owed to Zibica.
Zibica Seller Fees
Zibica charges a fixed commission percentage of 15% corresponding to the products being showcased by the Partner (Vendor).
* Note: that the fees above is Exclusive of Service taxes which is 14% [mandatory], and is effective from 1st Jun 2015 onwards.

In addition to the above rules, here are some additional policy violations not permitted on Zibica:
• Not entering Dispatch Details - In case the seller does not enter valid dispatch details within the stipulated time, Zibica may cancel the transaction and may refund the transaction price to the buyer. Where sellers fail to enter true and correct shipping information, Zibica may at its discretion take appropriate action.
• Seller Non-performance - Sellers cannot fail to deliver an item for which payment was accepted, significantly misrepresent an item by not meeting the terms and item description outlined in the listing, or refuse to accept payment for an item.
• Unpaid Item/Final Value Fee Credit Abuse - Sellers may not file for a final value fee credit on a transaction where the buyer has already paid for the item. If you, as a buyer, paid for the item, but didn't receive it, we encourage you to communicate directly with your seller to track the payment and resolve the problem. Please review our Buyer Protection program for more information about reporting the seller and resolving the situation.
• Tax Policy - Sellers must pay relevant fees and taxes.
Both buyers and sellers cannot interfere with a transaction or offer to buy or sell listed items outside of the Zibica site (see Rules for Everyone).
Prohibited and Restricted Items
Before you list your item, you need to find out if your item is allowed on Zibica and if the type of item is subject to certain restrictions to avoid potential issues with your listing. As a Zibica seller, you are ultimately responsible for making sure that selling an item is legal in the eyes of the law.
Please note that sellers are responsible for any legal issues and other liabilities arising from attempting to sell these items on Zibica. We shall take steps to cancel the listing of prohibited and restricted items within 2 business days of coming to know about such occurrence, and take appropriate actions against the violating sellers. Users are encouraged to report any listings which violate the policy.
The list of prohibited and restricted items is as follows:
• Adult Material – content or material of a pornographic nature or not suitable for minors (individuals below 18 years of age)
• Alcohol (including wine)
• Animals and Wildlife Products - examples include live animals, mounted specimens, and ivory
• Artifacts
• Beta Software
• Bootleg/Pirated Recordings
• Brand Name Misuse
• Catalog and URL Sales
• Clothing (used/not new)
• Comparison Policy
• Compilation and Informational Media
• Contact Information
• Contracts
• Copyrights
• Counterfeit Currency and Stamps
• Downloadable Media
• Drugs
• Embargoed Goods and Prohibited Countries
• Event Tickets
• Firearms, Ammunition, Militaries, Weapons and Knives
• Fireworks, Explosives and Explosive Substances
• Government IDs and Licenses
• Hazardous, Restricted, and Perishable Items
• Human Parts and Remains
• Items Encouraging Illegal Activity – examples include an eBook describing how to assemble a bomb
• Medical Devices - examples include contact lenses, pacemakers, and surgical instruments
• Misleadingly Titled Items
• Mod Chips
• Movie Prints
• OEM Software
• Offensive Material - examples include ethnically or racially offensive material
• Pirated media or software
• Police, Army, Navy and Air force Related Items
• Pre-Sale Listings
• Prohibited Services
• Promotional Items
• Real Estate
• Replica and Counterfeit Items
• Ringtones
• Stocks and Other Securities
• Stolen Property
• Tobacco
• Trademarks
• Travel
• Weapons & Knives

Rules for Listings
To promote a safe, fair and enjoyable trading experience, Zibica has established a set of rules and policies for item listings. These restrictions involve how certain items are described, and practices that would provide an unfair advantage or result in a negative buyer experience. When policy violations occur, Zibica will inform the seller that the listing has been ended.
The following are the Rules for Listing:
• Listings must not misrepresent items. Sellers should not:
• List items in inappropriate categories with appropriate tags.
• Misrepresent the item location from which their item will be shipped.
• Include brand names or other inappropriate keywords in a title or description. This is known as keyword spamming and occurs when members place brand names or other inappropriate keywords in a title or description for the purpose of gaining attention or diverting members to a listing. The text sellers place in listings must be directly relevant to the item being sold.
• Have misleading titles that do not accurately describe the item for sale.
• Listings cannot use techniques to avoid or circumvent fees on the Website. Sellers should not:
• Offer a catalog from which buyers may directly order.
• Allow buyers a choice of items.
• List a single item but offer additional identical items for sale in the item description.
• Include separate payment surcharges that buyers pay to use ordinary forms of payment.
• Charge excessive shipping.
• Offer the opportunity through Zibica to purchase the item or other merchandise outside of Zibica.
• Use the Seller's Store page to promote outside-of-Zibica sales or prohibited items.
• Listings must promote a fair and level playing field, and provide an enjoyable and safe experience for buyers. Sellers should not:
• Solicit buyers to mail cash or use other payment methods not specifically permitted by Zibica as accepted payment methods.
• Include links that do not conform to Zibica Links Policy.
• Use certain types of HTML and JavaScript (scripts used to drop or read a cookie on any Zibica page, scripts that redirect the member from Zibica to another page, and JavaScript Include and iframe.) in item listings, Seller's Store pages or comments.
• Promote giveaways, random drawings, raffles, prizes or bonuses.
• Create a listing that does not offer an item or service.
• Include third party credits beyond what is acceptable.
• Use profanity in a listing, except as allowed in media titles.

Rules about Intellectual Property
Zibica is committed to protecting the intellectual property rights of third parties and to providing a safe marketplace to trade. Unauthorized use or Infringement of copyrighted material and trademarks are strictly prohibited at Zibica.
Zibica has zero tolerance for any intellectual property violations. Counterfeits, unauthorized replicas, unauthorized items (such as counterfeit watches, handbags, or other accessories) or unauthorized copies (such as copies of software programs, video games, music albums, movies, television programs, or photographs) are not permitted at Zibica.
Unauthorized copies include (but are not limited to) copies that are pirated, duplicated, backed-up or bootlegged. It is illegal to sell unauthorized copies of media. If the product you are selling bears the name or logo of a company, but it wasn't made or endorsed by that company, don't list it at Zibica.
Academic software is software sold at significantly discounted prices to students, faculty members and educational institutions. Do not list academic copies of software At Zibica unless you are authorized to do so as an educational re-seller, an educational institution a student or a faculty member.
Beta software, test software and evaluation software are not permitted at Zibica. Beta, test, and evaluation copies of software are preliminary copies of software distributed by software developers strictly for the purpose of evaluation and troubleshooting.
Do not list "OEM" or "bundled" copies of software At Zibica unless you are selling it with computer hardware. For Context, Original Equipment Manufacturer (OEM), or bundled software, is software that is obtained as part of the purchase of a new computer. OEM software licenses usually prohibit the purchaser from reselling the software without the computer or, in some cases, without any computer hardware.
Bootleg recordings are unauthorized recordings of concerts or live performances. Sellers are not permitted to list bootleg recordings at Zibica.
Users are encouraged to report any violations by others to Zibica through the right channels.

Seller Protection Policies
The Zibica Seller Protection Policy is designed to receive, consider and resolve legitimate claims from sellers arising due to refund given by Zibica to a buyer through the Zibica Buyer Protection program subject to conditions mentioned in this program.
This program will cover the seller (amount will be recovered from the buyer at Zibica discretion) in the following scenarios where refunds/claim payouts are initiated by Zibica to the buyer through the Zibica Buyer Protection program:
Where the seller has shipped the product to the buyer and the buyer is in possession of the product
The seller should email a clear copy of the delivery proof (as provided below) to vendor@Zibica.com within 5 days of Zibica contacting the seller after a item not received dispute has been raised.
Requirements for the delivery proof:
• Should be in the form of a valid proof of dispatch and proof of delivery.
• Should mention the buyer’s name and full address.
• Should have the same airway bill number as mentioned in the “Shipment Details”.
Where the buyer has returned the product to the seller but the seller has not received the same or if received, received the same in damaged condition.
The seller should inform Zibica of non–receipt of the product or damaged condition of the product received within 5 days of the case being closed in favor of the buyer.
This redressal facility does not cover (please note that these are only illustrative examples and not an exhaustive list of instances. Zibica has the full right and discretion to accept or decline any redressal request):
• Refunds claims that are approved automatically due to non-entry of shipping details by the seller within prescribed timelines.
• Transactions involving intangible goods or delivery by non-physical delivery modes.
• Shipments from the seller to the buyer where the items were damaged or lost in transit.
• Cases where the courier company returns the packet to the seller due to non-delivery for reasons like buyer non available, wrong delivery address and buyer’s refusal to accept the packet, etc.
• Items are not legal or in violation of Zibica User Agreement and Zibica Rules and Policies.
• Cases of wrong intent of the seller.
• If the seller has not completely fulfilled the obligation(s) as required in the order placed by the buyer.
• In case the buyer shipped the items back to the seller & seller has received the same.
Obligations on part of the seller:
• The seller should have dispatched the product before the dispute raised under Zibica buyer protection program was closed.
• The seller should have delivered the item exactly as specified in the corresponding listing on Zibica.
• The seller should have participated in addressing the concern raised by the buyer in the Zibica buyer protection program.
• The seller should have contacted customer support at Zibica within the time allowed to revert on such claims by Zibica.
• The seller should have correct contact details on Zibica to enable Zibica to contact the seller if needed.

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