How to understand eBonza Terms?

How to understand eBonza Terms & Conditions?

eBonza Terms & Conditions can be found on the web interface. If you are seller, buyer or user of our web interface, please read the Terms and Conditions carefully before you start using our services and browsing the products on our marketplace.

Please read the following documents:

Terms & Conditions for sellers 
These general terms and conditions for the provision of services apply to the presentation of offers of goods and services and the provision of other operator services through the web interface.

Terms for the Use of the Web Interface
These terms for the use of the web interface apply to the use of the web interface by you as the purchaser.

General Terms & Conditions
These general terms and conditions (hereinafter the "terms and conditions”) apply to purchase agreements entered into through the internet platform (hereinafter the "web interface”) between the seller and you as the purchaser.

Complaint Rules
These Complaint Rules (hereinafter the "complaint rules”) govern the manner and terms of complaints regarding defects in goods and services purchased through the  web interface.
As a seller, you must govern your own Complaint rules or Return policy for your shop. 
As a buyer please read the seller’s own Complaint rules or Refund and Return policy available in the shop information or next to the product details. Before ordering, please read the policies carefully.

Principles of Personal Data Protection
These principles of personal data protection (hereinafter the "Principles”) describe the manner of obtaining, using and further handling of personal data obtained through the web interface

Check for our Terms of Use and other legal terms, as well as information about:
What you can sell on eBonza as a seller;
Your rights and obligations as a buyer and seller on eBonza;
How to return the goods;
What content are you entitled to post on the web interface?;
What rights do you have in the event of a consumer dispute?
Seller protection rules - How to protect the business against potential disputes;
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