AD Guidelines

All ads and transactions on must comply with the Ad Guidelines and Terms of Use. Sellers and buyers are responsible for all aspects of transactions in which they participate. Furthermore, sellers and buyers are responsible for reviewing and complying with any applicable laws, regulations, or restrictions for the city, county, state, region, and country in which both the buyer and seller reside. This includes laws, regulations, or restrictions on items and services, and the method of sale or exchange in which buyers and sellers participate on

Rules for selling and buying on NAF Marketplace.

You must list your items or services in the most appropriate category. Furthermore, each item or service can only be listed in one category.

You may not include any content or images in your ad that are obscene, offensive, harmful to minors, an invasion of privacy, or otherwise inappropriate.

You may not offer any item for sale that is not in your possession, you do not have the right to sell, or that does not exist at the time of the Ad.

You are not permitted to send unsolicited email or messages to or any members of ndianambraforum.

You may not use or manipulate this service for any fraudulent activity or purpose.

You may not disrupt operations or service. This includes the use of any automated routines used to gather or generate information via our web site, or any other repetitive action that may degrade the performance of our systems.

You may not charge any additional charges “surcharges” or any other charges not revealed to the buyer prior to the close of transaction.

Circumventing fees and payments is prohibited.

You must complete any transaction upon which final terms have been agreed. Likewise, buyers should not make offers or accept an asking price on ADs for which they do not intend to complete a transaction.

Feedback left for another member with whom a transaction has been completed may not be profane or threatening in nature, nor should it pertain to any other matter other than the other member’s participation and actions in a transaction.
Offensive Material: Ads that promote hatred, violence, racism, or intolerance are not permitted on

Under this policy, may, at its discretion, remove ads and optionally refund any appropriate fees when the item, description, or service graphically portrays violence or victims of violence, and lacks social or artistic value.

URLs, Links, and Contact Information: NAF Marketplace permits sellers to reference any number of URLs (or links) that provide further information about an item or service for sale. However, NAF Marketplace does not allow links that: reference obscene, offensive, or inappropriate material attempt to circumvent fees and usage of our site reference a competitor of NAF Marketplace

In addition, we recommend against the exchange of contact information (such as an email address, telephone number, or mailing address) until terms have been agreed upon.

Contact information and inappropriate URLs are not permitted: within an ad’s title, description, or images as part of a sign-in name

Ads that fail to follow these guidelines will be removed. Failure to follow NAF Marketplace ADs guidelines may result in permanent suspension of your account.

Spamming: NAF Marketplace does not tolerate spamming. This includes solicitation of NAF Marketplace members by any means via our website. In addition, NAF Marketplace URLs and email addresses (for example, Ad Links or corporate emails) are not permitted in any mass marketing or unsolicited commercial email campaigns. NAF Marketplace will take action if it is clear a member has participated in spamming. Where state and/or federal laws have been violated, we reserve the right pursue legal action.

Keyword Spamming: NAF MArketplace does not allow the superfluous use of keywords or phrases in ads. Keywords that do not add substantive value to the description of he ad, or those that are repeated multiple times, are considered superfluous. This includes referencing brand names which have no relation to the ad.

Portal Ads: Ads whose primary purpose is to direct buyers to another website, store, or business are not allowed in categories unless specified. Portal ads may be re-categorized or disabled.

Inappropriate Ads: NAF Marketplace may at any time re-categorize, disable, or suspend ads which contain inappropriate material in the ad title, description, or image(s). If your ad is re-categorized, disabled, or suspended, you may be notified by email.

Non-binding negotiations: According to Nigerian laws and regulations, NAF Marketplace ads for actual property or real businesses are not legally binding offers to sell property or companies. We permit ads describing real estate and businesses for sale that serve as advertisements to attract potential buyers, informing them of an opportunity to conduct a transaction outside of At the close of an ad, the seller should contact the buyer to discuss entering into a contract for the actual property or business.

Right to terminate and suspend: NAF Marketplace, at its sole discretion, may modify, suspend, or delete any ad or NAF Marketplace membership immediately, and without notice, if we believe that you have not acted in compliance with the Terms of Use and Ad Guidelines.

Restricted language: prohibits the use of language that is vulgar, racist, hateful, overtly sexual, or obscene in nature in public display on We may permit certain ads that contain profane words as part of a title, domain, or product name. However, these words may only be permitted within certain categories, or when displayed with asterisks (or similar substituted characters) in an effort to censor profane words.

Items that are prohibited on

It is the responsibility of both the seller and the buyer to ensure that transactions completed on are for items and services that are appropriate for sale under all applicable laws and regulations. reserves the right, but has no obligation, to refuse, reject or remove any ad at our sole discretion.

There are some things that you may not list or sell on NAF  Marketplace.

These include:
•Firearms and ammunition
•Fireworks and explosives Government IDs and police items Hacking and illegal surveillance equipment
•Illegal counterfeit goods
•Human parts, body fluids, and human remains
•Illegal drugs
•Non-transferable contracts
•Recalled goods
•Stocks, bonds, and securities
•Stolen goods
•The sale of alcohol to persons not of lawful age
•The sale of cigarettes to persons not of lawful age •The sale of event tickets that defy state & regional regulations.
•Unauthorized copies of testing materials, textbooks, instructors solution manuals, test banks, or related copyrighted works, in whole or in part. Should receive an official and lawful notification from a trademark holder, or their legal representative, that your ad infringes intellectual property rights, is under no obligation to provide a refund upon suspension. Should you successfully file a counter-claim with you will be given a refund for your listing fee and any purchased promotions and will be allowed to re-post your ad.

Sellers may not present items or services prohibited for sale on NAF Marketplace such as gifts, prizes or giveaways in connection with an ad. may choose to revise these guidelines at any time.

Wholesale lists and Matrix Schemes

NAF Marketplace does not allow ads which sell information that may be linked to potentially fraudulent activities such as:

•Pyramid schemes
•Ponzi schemes
•Matrix schemes
Often these ads sell information in the form of a book, e-book, or PDF file. This restriction applies to so-called “wholesale lists”, which often claim to provide the buyer with almost-free products, usually by encouraging the buyer to either: misrepresent themselves to other companies, or to join online matrix schemes. We feel that a majority of these ads employ unrealistic claims, create confusion in our marketplace, and generally yield an unsatisfactory buyer experience.

Photographs and Pictures

Your ad photos should never confuse buyers, and should accurately represent the item you are selling. In addition, you should use your own images whenever possible, not someone else’s. We recommend that you take digital photos of what you are selling and use these in your ad.

In short, be up front about the nature of the goods you are selling, and make sure your ad title, description, and images are not confusing to buyers. reserves the right to modify any listing to more accurately represent what is being sold, and may suspend an ad at our sole discretion.