Italy’s competition regulator, AGCM, is investigating StockX – the U.S.-based online market for sneakers, streetwear, collectibles and other items – over various aspects of its service, among them allegedly misleading pricing. AGCM said that it is concerned by the “total absence” during the purchasing process of the identity of the seller, which could make the buyer believe that the platform is the counterparty in the deal.

The watchdog accused StockX of the “misleading presentation” of selling prices, as it does not indicate from the beginning of the purchasing process what fees the buyer will incur. It also singled out a “lack of clarity” on who operates the platform, the absence of contact details to enable users to contact the operator quickly and “comunicate efficiently” with it, and the lack of the users’ legal guarantees, including the right to cancel a deal.