How to sell

Publishing rules on Lalafo

All ads on Lalafo are manually reviewed before publishing. Please read the rules of publication below.


          1.1. Keep title short and simple.

          1.2. Use key words that people might search for (e.g. item name, brand, model).

          1.3. Title should include the name of your good/service.

          1.4. Title should not include any contact details, web links, your name or price.


          2.1. One ad should contain one item (if you offer multiple items, create separate ads with detailed description for each of them).

          2.2. Give detailed description of the item, include any imperfections.

          2.3. Description should not include any contact details, web links or links to social media resources.


          3.1. Specify the real price, instead of the conventional kind of, "1 Euro". Conditional prices will be changed to the “Negotiable” cost.

          3.2. To pick the right price check similar ads in your region.

          3.3. Specify a price in the appropriate field. Do not specify the price in the title.


          4.1. Use original photos — ads with real photos get significantly more views than ads without photos.

          4.2. Upload real pictures of goods. Do not use photos from the web. Photos with prices, phone numbers or links to social networks, will be deleted.

          4.3. Use good lighting when taking photos.

Contact details

          5.1. Contact details must be specified only in the appropriate fields.

          5.2. Do not specify contacts in the title, description or in photographs.

Duplicate ads

          6.1. Do not post duplicate ads — all duplicates will be deleted.

          6.2. Duplicate is an ad that duplicates or repeats the meaning of an existing ad from the same user.

          6.3. Identical ads that are published from different accounts are considered duplicates and will be deactivated.

          6.4. Ad is considered a duplicate when it has been artificially edited (edited without significant changes) in order to raise the ad in common categories list. Ads that have been suspected in such manipulations will be deactivated without the rights of restoration.

         6.5. No paid or free services of the Service provide the User with the right to publish duplicate ads.

Recruitment ads

  • Specify the name of the company on behalf of which the work is proposed.

  • Write full description and details about responsibilities and requirements for employees, as well as the proposed conditions of work.

  • Ads, suspected in the fraud will be deleted.

Does not allowed to publish ads which contain the following:

  • Doubtful job offers, including “Working on Internet” without a physical address and direct contact of Employer (“work for all”, “e-mail processing at home”, “work without attachment”, etc.).

  • Job offers in nightclubs abroad; web-models; swinger clubs offers; escort services; girl-interpreter in marriage agencies; assembling pens at home.

  • Information of agent activities, sales representative or any other activity that requires recruitment of other members, sub-agents, subdistributors, the stock markets offers, the trader activities (Forex trading, MMCIS etc.).

  • Franchise offers

  • Office staff without the name of the company and the requirements for professional skills.

Prohibited items

Please, read the list of goods and services, which are not accepted for publication on the Lalafo website. Ads that contain information about products / services from this list, will be deleted without the right of recovery.

If the ad contains information about products / services prohibited by law, the user account may be blocked without prior notice.

  • Sale of goods and rendering of services prohibited by law.

  • Goods prohibited for sale and / or removed from civil turnover.

  • Sale of goods and rendering of services which violate copyrights and Administration has a formal request from the copyright owner.

  • Any weapon (components and accessories thereto), except an antiquarian. If the knife is not a cold weapon, you need to attach to the ad the confirming conclusion or a certificate that the knife is not a cold steel.

  • Military vehicles.

  • Special technical devices for receiveng of information from communication channels, other devices for receiveng the secret information (earpieces, keychains-cameras, glasses with an integrated camera, watch camera, etc.); items related to activities of law enforcement (electronic and special technical equipment).

  • Antiradars, radar-detectors, frames-shutters, anti-listening devices and similar technical devices.

  • Active and passive protection goods (electric shockers, gas cylinders, gas pistols, guns with rubber bullets, stun effects, signaling, rubber batons, handcuffs), special equipment which contain preparations with tear and irritant effect, which relate to special goods of active defense, applied by law enforcement authorities.

  • Customs confiscated goods.

  • Drugs and medical products, veterinary medicines, some dietary supplements, steroids, anabolic steroids, Viagra. If you are selling dietary supplements, be sure to specify in the text of your ad the fact, that the product is a dietary supplement.

  • Items related to sexual themes (medicines and products to increase / decrease the genital organs, artificial genitals etc.).

  • Human organs, donor services (ads about blood donors and sperm donors).

  • Surrogate Maternity services, breast milk.

  • Poisons and toxic substances.

  • Smoke grenades, pyrotechnics.

  • Narcotic, psychotropic substances and their substitutes, as well as plants and ingredients used to prepare them. Hallucinogenic plants, fungi, and derivatives of these products.

  • Any animals and pets.

  • Software, goods and services in the field of eSports (game accounts, patches on the game, etc.).

  • Pirated optical media with illegal copies of movies, music, games.

  • Contraband goods and stolen property.

  • Vehicles that are wanted, without documents.

  • Sale and purchase of Government awards.

  • Virtual money, tools, software, equipment and components for the generation of earnings or virtual currency.

  • Foreign currency and / or other foreign exchange values (except for purchase and sale for numismatic purposes).

  • Counterfeit banknotes and fake marks of post payment.

  • Shares and other securities held by third parties.

  • Production and sale of the license plate (standard, elite etc.), service of run of the car unwinding.

  • Finished graduate works, term papers, master's works.

  • Spammer databases, products and services that can contribute to the spam, databases containing personal data.

  • Materials containing state, banking or commercial secret.

  • Objects and materials, the sale of which violates the copyrights and / or related rights of third parties, trademark rights or patents.

  • Materials that violate privacy, infringing on the honor, dignity and business reputation of citizens and legal entities.

  • Alcoholic beverages; tobacco products; brewed devices; products containing ethyl alcohol.

  • Food beyond the expiration.

  • Hides and skins products, horns, limbs and stuffed of rare and endangered species of animals.

  • Information about suspicious financial services (for example, "Credit for an hour. Without collateral or guarantors").

  • Fraud, extortion, request or an offer for material assistance and support in any form, including ads "I’ll become a sponsor", "looking for a sponsor", "render of material support", "looking for financial support", "commerce" etc.

  • Universal keys (for the front door, for different castles).

  • Objects with the image of Nazi symbols.

  • The tusks of the walrus, elephant tusks and mammoth, as well as precious metals (sale, purchase), nonferrous metals (sale, purchase) and gems (buy, sell) which are not in the structure of good.

  • Offers, products / items related to occult themes (love spell, incantations, divination, satanism, rituals, witchcraft, witches, magic, extrasensory, etc.), as well as the literature on the subject.

  • Materials that can be used as a aspersion on a person or group of people.

  • Calls for a strike, a protest, proposals to participate in any auctions, lotteries etc.

  • Personal data and e-mail lists.

  • Activators of software, CD keys, registration numbers without the original software.

  • Poaching tools and equipment (electric rods, nets etc.), as well as services for its manufacturing.

  • Accounts of messengers (ICQ, Skype etc.), e-mail addresses, accounts in social media networks.

  • Services related to the offer of assistance in the gambling systems that contain bets

  • Sex services, prostitution, all the services of an intimate nature, erotic massage, body massage.

  • offers from so-called “Real estate information agency”. Please note: a clear indication of the information about the agency (company name and contact details) is a prerequisite for users, representing a real estate agency. If this information is not specified in the ad, your account may be blocked.

  • Information about the diverse personal things and items in one ad. Incorrect: "I sell a dress and shoes," "Buy a TV and a fridge", "Sale of all that is in the photo," etc. Information about one subject in a separate ad or more items in one ad is allowed when they are sold for the total price for a set

  • Used underwear (bras, underwear, body, stockings, tights).

  • Cribs (Cribs-watches, сribs-pens etc.).

  • Proposals of mobile phone recharging through the transfer of funds, the accrual of bonuses.

The ad will also be deleted if it have no meaning or contain the following:

  • Any items and services that do not meet principles of public order and ethics.

  • Promoting and / or calls for violence, racial hatred, illegal actions.

  • Pornography, including photos of a pornographic nature.

  • Discrimination based on nationality, race, religion, gender and other characteristics.

  • Abusive words and offensive language, including racial and religious persuasion.

  • Description and / or comments regarding any of the methods of fraud and / or extortion.

  • Numerous spelling mistakes that distort the meaning of ad and are misleading.


The User agrees and confirms that he/she assumes responsibility for the content of the advertisements posted by him/her, and also possesses all the necessary rights, licenses, permissions to place information on the Service, including without limitation all patents, trademarks, trade secrets, copyrights, or has the appropriate written consent, license or permission of all persons and companies identified in the advertisement for using their names or images.
In case the User violates the rights of third parties (including, but not limited to, intellectual property rights) the User bears responsibility according to the law.



What you should know to avoid being a victim of scammers

The Internet is the largest tool for information exchange, but at the same time it fosters the rapid growth of criminal activities involving getting money fraudulently and other types of scam.

For example, you may receive messages saying that you have won some sort of prize or money. You may be asked for help or to do some actions with someone’s money. You may be requested to make an advance payment for some doubtful offer. You may be asked to provide personal information, such as bank account number, passport or credit card details.

The best way to protect yourself from scammers is to be aware of how they work, stay sane, attentive and take a critical look at the situation. Also, follow the general safety tips listed below:

  • Stealing money from credit cards. A credit card is an instrument for making payments and accessing to bank account funds, at the same time easy to use credit cards are highly vulnerable to any type of fraud scheme. Never give out your credit card details to someone you don’t know (an expiration date and CVV code on the back of the card).
  • Paying in advance. Do not pay in advance. It is strictly not recommended to pay in advance, even if it seems to be a believable deal. You can even be put under pressure by a seller convincing you of high demand for their products and pushing you to make an advance payment in order to reserve an item. Stay clear-eyed about the deal and do not come under the influence of seller’s arguments. Meet with a seller and give money in person after you get your purchase. In case a seller is located in another city, use pay on delivery service. If you are going to buy a service, check the company that provides services, ask for providing you with payment confirmation documents when you make a payment and take other steps in order to make sure that executive performs obligations in good faith and the deal is fair.
  • Personal and confidential information. Never disclose or make publicly available any of your personal details, such as passwords, passport details, code words etc., as well as any other information that can be used to harm you.
  • Unreasonably low price. Keep in mind that there is no such thing as a free lunch. If you found a very attractive offer, do not hurry with sending money. It is more likely that they are fraudsters who catch their victims with low prices and good buys and then ask for prepayment via electronic wallet. You should take a close look at the advertisement and information concerning the individual who placed it. Do an Internet search. Sometimes it’s enough to enter, for example, a username or phone number in the search engine and you are likely to find feedback from other buyers who have already been scammed by this user.
  • Be wary if it sounds too good to be true. If someone promises you easy money or profit without any effort on your part, obviously you are going to be trapped. For example, you may be informed that you have won a lottery or some amount of money will be transferred to you. However, first you are asked to provide your credit card details or pay some sort of fee. You should be extremely suspicious of any offer that requires you to send money in order to release your winning.
  • Correspondence from Lalafo service. If you received a phone call or message claiming to be from our service, but an offer made or information heard seems suspicious to you, inform us via contact details available on our service and make sure it was our staff member or partner who contacted you.
  • Third parties. If you receive emails or text messages containing links to other web pages, do not hurry with opening them or calling on the phone numbers provided. First, find out whether there is any information in the search engines about using those links and phone numbers for fraudulent purposes. By clicking the link or calling on the phone you may get your device infected with a virus, take out a subscription to paid services or lose money from your mobile account. Remove the message if it arouses suspicion and you are uncertain about its source.

If you or your family members have become victims of fraudsters or you suspect someone is planning illegal activities towards you – immediately report the police!