eBay does not permit the sale of alcoholic beverages on its Singapore Web site, except for certain sales of collectable containers or alcohol-related collectables (see Examples below). It is an offence to sell, offer for sale, or permit to be sold or offered, any intoxicating liquors without a licence in Singapore. See Additional Information for more details.
Violations of this policy may result in a range of actions, including:
eBay will permit sales of unopened collectable containers that still contain alcohol as long as each of the following conditions are met:
eBay permits the sale of alcohol-related collectables, including alcohol-related memorabilia, packaging and containers such as bottles, decanters or limited edition cans (provided you comply with the above collectable container sale guidelines).
Selling Chocolates with Liqueur in them
Food products that use alcohol for flavour do not fall within these laws and regulations.
Selling Wine- and Beer-Making Kits
Wine and beer-making kits will continue to be allowed on eBay, as long as the kits do not contain any alcoholic beverages
eBay wants to ensure its sellers and buyers comply with all local governmental laws and regulations. Since the sale of alcoholic products is regulated by law, and can only be permitted with an appropriate licence, sellers may not list the specified alcoholic products on eBay.
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