At 2/5/12 02:02 PM, letiger wrote:
You know those terms of service you see on every site that sells products and says that they're not responsible for shit &c.
As far as I know:
The funny thing is that while they may write that down, it is questionable whether they really aren't responsible and won't be held responsible. I've read about numerous law suits where the customer won because the terms of service were unclear, weren't in agreement with federal law or even that they couldn't expect the customer to read such long pieces of text.
The bottom line always remains that when you buy a product, they have to send it to you and it has to be exactly the product that they're describing on their site. They can write down "The product may differ from the description and you can't get a refund if it does" in the terms of service all they want, but they should still refund your money if that's the case.
So I seldom read them, but I only buy things from sites that I deem trustworthy anyway.
Those terms of service are nice by the way. I would indeed trust them more if they keep it simple and personal like that.