Depop doesn’t allow the use or sale of protected intellectual property. This includes copyright materials, trademarked brand names and logos, and protected designs.
Content that breaches on the intellectual property rights of third parties can be removed without notice.
Copyright content includes, but is not limited to; artworks, photography, film, music, novels, music.
- Only list content you own on Depop. Don’t use photographs from other Depop users, online stores, catalogues, e-commerce sites, third party suppliers, social media sites, or other sources.
- Don’t sell unauthorised copies of texts, artwork, music, workout guides, films, or any other content that you don’t have permission to replicate.
Trademarked content includes, but is not limited to; brand names, company names, logos, branded products, services.
Only use trademarks to describe products you are selling if they are made by the owner of that trademark. Don’t use brand logos to make custom products, or mention brand names or trademarks in your listings.
Protected (also known as patented) designs are novel and unique clothing & accessory designs that have been granted special protection from imitation.
Don’t sell copies of products that have protected designs. As a seller you are responsible for ensuring your inventory does not breach protected designs.
Protecting your content
If you are the copyright or trademark owner, or authorised to act on the owner’s behalf, you can report content that breaches your intellectual property rights to us at REPORT@DEPOP.COM with the subject line “Infringement Notice”. Please include direct web links to listings from depop.com with any supporting documents.
We may request proof of IP ownership or authorisation by the owner before content is removed.
If you’re a Depop Seller and would like advice on protecting your content, you can reach out to us at email@example.com