When can ‘No Refund’ apply to a sale of a product or service

In this video I talk about the old chestnut: When can “no refund will be offered” apply to a sale of a product or service on your website?

What does Australian Consumer law say about “no refunds”?

What are the Consumer Guarantees?

What have they got to do with applying a “no refund” policy?

I also share what options you have to make as a business owner to ensure you are selling legally and that you minimise the “request for a refund” situation in your business.

Remember if you are selling products or services from your website you need to have an E-Commerce Policy

Watch the video (7 mins)

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You are also welcome to contact me directly to discuss your website legals.

Shalini x


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