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So, before you make a reservation, see what information is listed on the site shop. A striking example of the "left" the store is a lack of contact data such as telephone, physical address of the office, as well as the absence of details of the legal entity or individual entrepreneurs, who owns the shop. 2. Disclaimer. Occasionally happens that a customer places an order, pays for it, but the goods are not coming. The buyer is associated with the shop and it turns out that this product just over a warehouse and the seller waits for its completion. Then by and large you have to just wait, though, you have the right to require their money back.

Worse situation is an option when the product is over and his delivery is no longer possible. Then you get your money back (usually with less of a percent, for the transfer of funds) and are without the desired product. Therefore, we advise you to buy, refer to online consultants (usually at the site indicated form of communication with consultants: icq, online chat, etc.) and check with him, the availability of a product. And in general, Do not be afraid to ask the consultant any questions regarding your purchase. Thus you get more information and as we know, the one who owns infrmatsiey, owns the world. " 3. Provision of personal data.

Some shops, for formation of order, please indicate your personal data: whether the e-mail address, place of residence, or even passport information. There should be careful. Look what kind of store, whether it inspires confidence (sm.pervy item). If you do not like something, then just close the page and look for in a search engine site credible. Summing up, I want to say that buying in the Internet shop in essence, no different from buying in the ordinary shop. You give the seller the money and get the goods. And the main rule of the buyer should be: "Trust, but verify."