ecommerce question time!

Yes of course Mandy but you need to ensure that at the checkout you make it clear that an additional sum will be charged. In addition you cannot have a pre ticked box by way of default and ask the customer to untick the box if they DONT want the wrapping service.Â

By doing so would be a breach of the Consumer Contracts Regulations, that is it is unlawful to make for example any additional payments a default payment which a consumer can only avoid by ticking ‘NO’.

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