To ensure that we keep that Beanie Kids website safe for all users, the following site rules apply to all BK fans and site visitors.
If you under the age of 18 and ever in any doubt using the Beanie Kids website or the Internet in general, remember to talk with your parent or guardian about your concerns. They will know what to do.
All games, images, copy and artwork featured on the Beanie Kids website are the property of Korimco. Material cannot be utilized without written permission from Korimco. Once permission has been granted in writing, all images, copy and artwork must feature “Copyright 1997-2014 Korimco All Rights Reserved. Used With Permission”. Offenders will be prosecuted.
ONLY private sellers are permitted to sell Beanie Kids on the Beanie Kids website. Selling, purchasing and trading of CURRENT Beanie Kids on the Beanie Kids website is no longer permitted. Only retired Beanie Kids can be sold, purchased or traded on the website excluding the current months Premier Exclusive which is not be sold, purchased or traded in the month it is released. PRE-SELLING Beanie Kids is also NOT permitted on this website. Posting Information or Other Forms of Advertising is no longer allowed. Advertising and selling of products not affiliated with Korimco or Beanie Kids is also not permitted on site.
While personal signatures are allowed on the Beanie Kids website, signatures with links to other websites promoting businesses or personal sites are NOT permitted on the Beanie Kids website, Beanie Kids Forum and or Beanie Kids Blog. Members violating this condition will be banned from the Beanie Kids website for a period to be decided by Korimco
The Beanie Kids website is visited by hundreds of people each day and we have implemented many safeguards to make this a safe site. However, it is important that you visit and play safely by not giving anyone personally identifiable information such as your e-mail address, physical address, school name, last name, photographs of yourself, or telephone number. Also make sure that you follow your family’s rules for playing on the Internet. If you think anything is suspicious, please complete an incident report form, click here
The Beanie Kids website is a whole community of users and not all information, particularly relating to message board items, online chat and responses to the Beanie Masters blogs are not from Beanie Island or Korimco, they can be from website users. If you see anything mean or nasty on the Beanie Kids website, or anyone sends you anything that makes you uncomfortable or asks for your personal information (such as your name, address or phone number), please let us know immediately by completing an incident report form, click here.
Please remember that reporting false abuse or inappropriate feedback will not be tolerated.
Please remember, visitors to the Beanie Kids website are of all ages and backgrounds. Therefore, all user content and communications on the Beanie Kids website is filtered and monitored. To ensure that the Beanie Kids website is a fun and safe environment for everyone inappropriate language, suggestions, images or requests will not be tolerated and will result in immediate blocking from the website.
Only Private collectors may post pricing and availability for the purpose of buying and trading with other private collectors. Please refrain from posting street addresses on the Message Board. Advertising and selling products not affiliated with Korimco or Beanie Kids is not allowed on this website
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Please note: The Beanie Kids website is not supported by Internet Explorer 5.5 or less, and it is recommended that you upgrade if you are using this browser in order to fully experience the Beanie Kids website.
The Internet offers a world of opportunity for children. Your guidance and involvement is essential to ensure that children are safe and have a rewarding online experience. We encourage you to visit the Australian Government Australian Institute of Family Studies National Chid Protection Clearing house website at http://www.aifs.gov.au/nch/resources/internetsafety.html and look through the Internet Safety section together. Empowering your children with responsible information practices will help steer children to age-appropriate sites and will go a long way toward ensuring that your children have safe and enriching experiences online. Please refer the Parents Guide for more.