If you’re like most online shoppers, you scroll right past a store’s Terms and Conditions, even if you have to check a box confirming you’ve read them.
PeC recently published an article whereas a consumer is suing Overstock.com for imposing a $30 restock fee. The fee was outlined in the site’s Terms, which customers are advised to read. The federal judge, however, says there’s merit to the case because Overstock.com didn’t provide data that proves customers actually read the terms, and that most users wouldn’t even notice the implied agreement for placing an order.
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