Please be reminded that DX cannot be used for sending any prohibited articles.
“Prohibited Article” means:
a) any Package that is not packed or labelled in compliance with, or otherwise does not fully comply with, the Regulations, the provisions of the Order or the Packaging Guidelines, or that contains any substance or matter prohibited by the Regulations; or
b) any item which might or does cause any personal injury or physical damage to any person or property, or might otherwise be considered dangerous or hazardous; or
c) any of the following: antiques; asbestos; bank notes or any other financial instruments capable of conversion into cash by anyone other than the payee; bullion; cash; chemicals; cigarette lighters; compressed gases and aerosols; controlled drugs (this prohibition does not extend to drugs carried under an Order with a pharmaceutical Customer who is licensed in respect of such drugs); credit company sales vouchers; explosives; firearms, flammable items; human remains (in any form); lewd, obscene or pornographic items; living creatures; matches; organic peroxide; oxidising materials; paints, varnishes, enamels and similar substances; poisons; processed tobacco or tobacco products; radioactive material; unused units in franking machines; works of art; wines or spirits; (unless the carriage of such items is specifically agreed in writing and signed by an authorised representative of DX) or, in the case of DX Mail Services, any other item which is designated as a prohibited item or restricted item by Royal Mail in the UK and An Post in the Republic of Ireland. DX may add or remove items from this definition from time to time by publishing the revised definition here.