Created by a mom and thriving all over North America and around the world, VarageSale helps families find incredible local deals and earn extra spending money selling their stuff. Each community is managed by a team of admins who are devoted to fostering a friendly and welcoming environment. Code of Conduct
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We strive to maintain a friendly and safe environment for our members to buy & sell items and share Swan River Valley community happenings. The Admin Team values positive relationships with all members. Please contact us regarding rule clarifications, questions, & suggestions and we'll be happy to assist you. Rules need to be in place to be fair to all Group Members. We strive to follow all provincial & federal laws, standards, & recommendations to the best of our ability. We stress integrity & trust. Upon joining our group, you were prompted to refer to the rules and agreed to them to have your membership accepted. You can refer back to them at any time.
PLATFORM GENERAL RULES/EXPECTATIONS:
Members must cooperate with the VarageSale Terms of Service: https://www.varagesale.com/terms-of-service?. The T.O.S. includes your legal name and location of residence. This is to preserve the functioning of this Group.
RULES SPECIFIC TO THIS GROUP:
FEDERAL LEGAL INFORMATION:
"Selling second-hand products is a convenient way to make a little money from things you no longer need or use. But did you know that you are legally responsible for making sure the products you sell, both new and used, are safe and meet current safety standards? Even if you give away your items for free or lend them to friends and family, you must make sure they are safe. Store owners selling second-hand products have the same responsibility. By law, you cannot import, sell, distribute, or even lend or give away products that do not meet the requirements of the Canada Consumer Product Safety Act (CCPSA), which is administered by Health Canada. If you sell, lend or give away an item that is hazardous, you could be liable in a civil court of law." Consumer Product Safety (Canada)