eBay India relaxes image guidelines

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eBay India has relaxed it’s policy on to include the use of human models allowing it’s sellers to display more realistic pictures of products on offer.

For the first time human models can be used including product shots of packaging which carries images of people modeling the lingerie.

The policy still prohibits partial nudity including intimate images or the display of transparent lingerie on human models.

India has always had fairly stringent restrictions banning the use of human models in lingerie images but it appears that sellers have been requesting a loosening of the policy and eBay have listened. It will at least allow sellers to use photographs of manufactures packaging in their eBay listings giving buyers a clearer indication of how the garments will look when worn.



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