Does Gumtree really have the right to delete any Ad they see fit to delete under Australian Consumer Law? What about some items they have placed on the prohibited list which are not prohibited items in Australia, or even the rest of the world, e.g. speargun or compound bow? Why is it that they will delete your Ad if you post one of their so called prohibited items but at the same time have up to 10 'sponsored links' posted on the page? Gumtree is massively popular in the UK and here in Australia is frequented by 26% of the population. It's a great way to buy and sell, and now that they are quite big , shouldn't there be, or isn't there federal laws which govern the way they operate their website to make sure it's fair for all, and not just their way and they do as they please, like deleting people's Ads or restricting access to their account until you agree to 'Their' terms and conditions? And why is it that when I clicked my cursor in the Thread Title section, a box appeared with all the Ads that I have posted on gumtree all year, this site wouldn't happen to be own and moderated by Gumtree would it?