Sellers must review and understand Fleetmover's policies and the User Agreement, before posting an item. Violating Fleetmover policies may result in actions such as banning.
All items must be street legal for which the seller holds title, free of any financial encumbrances such as liens. No illegal or stolen items are allowed.
Post all items accurately and honestly with complete descriptions of items. Specify the condition of the item. Specify any policies you may have regarding the sale of the item. All posted items must be as described in the listing and all photos must be of the specific item for sale.
Post items to the correct category. Incorrectly categorized or inaccurate postings will result in items being delisted or users banned.
Respond quickly and professionally to all user questions about your posts and address all buyer concerns or problems.
Sellers may only accept the forms of payment options listed on their posting. Sellers may not selectively accept payment methods used in the listing. Sellers may not request buyers to pay using methods other than those specified in the listing.
Shill bidding is forbidden and any user caught bidding on his/her own items will be banned. This includes other company employees or affiliates not seriously interested in buying the item.
Sellers are legally obligated to pay any relevant fees and taxes on their sales.
If you want to report that another Fleetmover member may be violating policy:
- First, read the policy page that deals with the violation and make sure they are really breaking the rules.
- If you still want to report that member, please contact us.
- Make sure to enter the item number of the listing you want to report. You can enter multiple item numbers if you want to report several listings at once.
- Click the Send button to send your message to Fleetmover Customer Support.
All reports of policy violations must be truthful and you must submit them with the intent of addressing a known or suspected violation of our policy.
Also, please only report a listing once. Multiple emails about the same listing will just slow down our investigation because we have to look at each one.
When we receive your report, we may or may not act on it. This is because we look at all the circumstances, including the member's past history. If we aren't sure about something or can't prove it with certainty, we may not take any action.