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Free B2B Terms and Conditions Generator
Protection against consumer centric eCommerce law

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B2B terms for your eCommerce website

If you've read our article on the distance selling act and how it applies to b2b businesses you might be wondering where to start with protecting your business.

Our free b2b eCommerce terms and conditions generator include critical elements that protect your business from the impact of consumer-centric laws. Ask your trade customers to agree to the terms in this template, alongside any other crucial terms specific to your b2b business to protect your business and improve customer service.

Our sample templates are not legal advice and are provided as guidance only. By using them you agree to this disclaimer

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What is a terms and conditions policy for a b2b eCommerce store?

A terms and conditions policy is a document that sets out the expectations of both the business and its customers. It should include information such as:

• The types of products and services that are allowed to be sold on the site.
• The amount of time that customers have to return items.
• How long data stored by the business will be kept.
• How disputes between customers and businesses will be handled.

Why do B2B eCommerce stores need terms and conditions?

Terms and conditions are important for two reasons. First, they help protect the interests of both the business and its customers. Second, they provide a clear understanding of what is expected of both parties should a transaction take place.

Businesses need to include terms and conditions in order to protect themselves from legal liability. If someone uses your product or service without agreeing to the terms and conditions, you may be able to sue them for damages.

Customers also need to know what they are getting into before they make a purchase. Terms and conditions can list the rights and responsibilities of both parties involved in a transaction, as well as any limitations on those rights. You can read more about this in our blog about The Distance Selling Act for B2B Businesses

Where should I put the eCommerce T&Cs on my site?

The best place to put the eCommerce T&Cs on your site is in the footer of your website. This will ensure that customers know about your terms and conditions before they make a purchase.

You can also include a link to the eCommerce T&Cs in your product descriptions, on your contact page, or in other places where customers might find them.

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