NFED FAQs

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NFED Help & Frequently Asked Questions

Trade or Dealer Advertising

Under the Consumer Protection from Unfair Trading Regulations it is an offence in the UK if you fail to declare that you are a business seller. You are breaking the law if you mislead potential buyers into thinking that you are a private individual when you are a business seller.

Under UK law, if you sell goods in quantities which exceed the level that it would be reasonable for a private person to sell, it is likely that you would be deemed to be a trader and must therefore comply with trading standards legislation. The distance selling regulations will also apply to traders sending items by post. Click Here for further information.

Any adverts offering goods, supplied, manufactured to order, or offering multiple new items or options such as a range of sizes or colours either on the NFED or elsewhere, will be treated as trade and therefore not eligible as free ads without a current Standard Directory listing.

Hay, Haylage & Straw being regularly advertised on the NFED or elsewhere, offering delivery or different choices will be classed as trade. Trade adverts will only be approved without payment if the advertiser has a current Standard Directory listing in the Hay Straw & Bedding category.

If you would like to know more about advertising your business on the NFED, Please Click Here

Trade or Dealer Advertising

Under the Consumer Protection from Unfair Trading Regulations it is an offence in the UK if you fail to declare that you are a business seller. You are breaking the law if you mislead potential buyers into thinking that you are a private individual when you are a business seller.

Under UK law, if you sell goods in quantities which exceed the level that it would be reasonable for a private person to sell, it is likely that you would be deemed to be a trader and must therefore comply with trading standards legislation. The distance selling regulations will also apply to traders sending items by post. Click Here for further information.

Any adverts offering goods, supplied, manufactured to order, or offering multiple new items or options such as a range of sizes or colours either on the NFED or elsewhere, will be treated as trade and therefore not eligible as free ads without a current Standard Directory listing.

Hay, Haylage & Straw being regularly advertised on the NFED or elsewhere, offering delivery or different choices will be classed as trade. Trade adverts will only be approved without payment if the advertiser has a current Standard Directory listing in the Hay Straw & Bedding category.

If you would like to know more about advertising your business on the NFED, Please Click Here


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