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Unfair contract terms

By Chris Dawson February 14, 2019 - 10:00 am

EU agree to rein in unfair marketplace practices

The European Parliament, the Council of the European Union and the European Commission have reached a political deal on the first-ever rules aimed at banning unfair marketplace practices. This includes transparency on how search results are ordered, if a marketplace also sells on it's own

eBay, is it time to take responsibility for illegal seller terms?

Jane Bell, one of the top eBay Education Specialists who provides consultancy to a host of eBay businesses has been a staunch friend of TameBay since the site was launched. Today she talks about her frustrations with seller terms and conditions. I've blogged previously on the

EU seeks to encourage cross border transactions

The European Commission have adopted a proposal which should strengthen consumer rights with the aim of increasing cross border online transactions. Currently there are four sets of legislation (Unfair contract terms, Sales and Guarantees, Distance Selling and Doorstep Selling) which would be simplified into a single

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