The terms and conditions are a legal document to protect the company’s-customer relationship. The terms and conditions should be clear and easy to understand before continuing to shop. Giving shopping a clear and readable list of terms and conditions will protect the business resulting in a higher sales rate. Creating a page strictly for the terms and conditions should include important information so customers know what they’re getting themselves into and not wasting anyone’s time.
How to write terms and conditions and what to include
Create a separate page for the terms and conditions, making the list clear to understand.
Shopify has created a terms and conditions generator to protect the company. The terms and conditions should be displayed in a visible place on the website, making it the first thing shoppers see. Giving them a deeper understanding of what the store has to offer.
The terms and conditions should include a well written and detailed description with information including…
- Shipping information.
- Return policy.
- A clear description of each product listed.
- Privecy policy.
- Date listed, giving the customers up to date information.
Protecting your website is the number one priority, giving the customers a clear descriptive list of the company’s terms and conditions. When creating the terms and conditions page, make sure not to provide false information, and live up to promises made so there is no conflict.