Create Terms & Conditions policy for your ecommerce

Create Terms & Conditions policy for your ecommerce

What are Terms & Conditions?

Terms and conditions is a page or section on a website which sets out the rights and responsibilities of anyone using the site. It effectively forms a contract between the site and the user.

 

Why you need Terms & Conditions?

Create a legally binding contract between you and your users by showing terms and conditions on your site.You must include the necessary sections and information regarding the collection of usage of their data and so on.

What are Terms & Conditions?

Terms and conditions is a page or section on a website which sets out the rights and responsibilities of anyone using the site. It effectively forms a contract between the site and the user.

Why you need Terms & Conditions?

Create a legally binding contract between you and your users by showing terms and conditions on your site.Provide it with necessary sections and information regarding the collection of usage of their data and so on.

What should Ecommerce Terms & Conditions include?

 

Contact information: CVR / organization number, address, telephone number, e-mail. Name and organization number also has to be stated in the terms.

 
 

Products: A wide range of products with price incl. VAT and description – B2B can have prices without VAT, but then it is mandatory to enter the organization number.

 
 

Currency Code: Indicated with: DKK, SEK, NOK, EUR, USD, GBP, CHF – not “kr.”

 
 

Delivery time: When can the customer expect to receive the products? Shipping costs?

 
 

Card logos: Visa og MasterCard card logos must be visible - and in the terms it should be stated that payments can be made with Visa and MasterCard. See here.

 
 

Payment terms: When will the amount be charged? You can write that the amount will be charged when the products are shipped.

 
 

Cancellation: 14 days – the customer must pay for the shipping cost for returning the products. No cancellation right for food or tickets but must be stated.

 
 

Warranty: 24 months – the customer has to make the complaint within reasonable time – and that is within 2 months after the defects has been discovered.

 
 

Gift cards: Are you selling gift cards, it should be stated in the terms for how long they are valid.

 
 

Privacy Policy: A description of how the personal data is stored and a confirmation that the information is not sold or past on to third party without accept.

 
 

Cardholder information: The cardholder should be asked to enter information about the name, address, telephone number when they place an order.

 
 

Check box: A check box is mandatory for the customer to actively agree to the terms and conditions. The customer must accept the terms and conditions and recurrent payment terms (if any) before they complete an order.

 
 

Login credentials: We have to go through the site / test site and be able to make a test order and see the check-out Please provide us with login / password if any.

 
 

Domain: The company should be registered as owner of the domain. We will verify the ownership with information from www.whois.com.

 

Contact information: CVR / organization no, address, telephone no, e-mail. Name and organization no. also has to be stated in the terms.

Products: A wide range of products with price incl. VAT and description – B2B can have prices without VAT, but then it is mandatory to enter the organization no..

Currency Code: Indicated with: DKK, SEK, NOK, EUR, USD, GBP, CHF – not “kr.”

Delivery time: When can the customer expect to receive the products? Shipping costs?

Card logos: Visa og MasterCard card logos must be visible - and in the terms it should be stated that payment can be made with Visa and MasterCard. See here.

Payment terms: When will the amount be charged ? You can write that the amount will be charged when the products are shipped.

Cancellation: 14 days – the customer must pay for the shipping cost for returning the products. No cancellation right for food or tickets – must be stated.

Warranty: 24 months – the customer has to make the complaint within reasonable time – and that is within 2 months after the defects has been discovered.

Gift cards: Are you selling gift cards, it should be stated in the terms for how long they are valid.

Privacy Policy: A description of how the personal data is stored and a confirmation that the information is not sold or past on the third party without accept.

Cardholder information: The cardholder should be ask to enter information about the name address, telephone no and e-mail when they place the order.

Check box: A check box is mandatory. The customer has to be able to accept the terms and conditions and recurrent payment terms if any before they complete the order.

Login credentials: We have to go through the site / test site and be able to make a test order and see the check-out Please provide us with login / password if any.

Domain: The company should be registered as owner of the domain. We will check that on www.whois.com

 
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