London: Taking a major decision, online shopping giant eBay has now forbid the sale of magic spells, potions and curses leading to some irresolvable issues.
In a policy update, the website informed that sale of such product will be banned from Aug 30. The ban product list include spells, hexing, advice, magic services, prayers, Psychic, Reiki, Tarot, blessings, conjuring, curses, and others.
Currently, Currently, magical listings include services from "a genuine witch and spell caster of Irish descent", "a white magic healing spell" that claims a 100 percent success rate and "a black magic marriage to hell curse" to break up couples, the daily said.
It said eBay was trying to shake off a reputation as a haven for fraudsters. It recently cracked down on counterfeit software and designer clothing.
Etsy, another website, has issued a similar ban on sales of items that include "human remains or body parts", including "things such as skulls, bones, articulated skeletons, bodily fluids, and preserved tissues or organs".