6 Jun 2017
You are about to start an online business by ordering an e-shop. The e-shop is a software platform for trading through and on the Internet.
Here are some useful tips that you need to follow, and which stem from the legal regulations in our country.
Copyright and Related Rights Act
We do not recommend that you register a domain with a name similar to the name of established brands of products and services;
The design of the new project should not resemble or copy elements of the design of registered and patented trademarks;
Personal Data Protection Act
The developed e-shop should ensure the protection of the personal data of its customers.
It is necessary to develop a separate information page on the website, informing customers and visitors that the information they provide to you during the sale will be stored diligently.
Electronic Commerce Act
The online store must send a confirmation of order to the customer. This confirmation gives legal force to the concluded transaction and has the status of an concluded online contract.
When you send an e-mail with an advertising presentation of the products in your online store, you must note that this is an unsolicited message and is of a commercial nature. The letter must clearly indicate who the sender is and specify the exact conditions for using promotional offers, discounts or other special offers.
Consumer Protection Act
You need to announce on your website that you comply with the regulations for returning the purchased goods. According to this law, the consumer has the right to return the purchased goods within 14 days of receipt without stating the reason, without paying compensation and without bearing the costs. In addition, publishing this information will increase the confidence of your potential customers in you.