MOSCOW, may 11. /TASS/. the CPS has issued guidelines for safe shopping on the Internet due to the increased demand for online trading in the spread of a new type of coronavirus. On Monday reported on the Agency’s website.
“According to the latest data some research, online-sales consumer goods increased significantly in real terms. In most regions, the sale of any goods allowed in online, while stationary stores, if they don’t sell commodities — closed”, — stated in the message.
the Ministry advised citizens to be especially careful if the seller offers payment and delivery of goods on delivery due to the fact that the content of the parcel can be seen in the mail only after payment. When returning goods the cost of its shipment back must be paid by the buyer.
Before purchasing a product, in online-shop recommended that the CPS should check on the website availability of information about the details of the seller and to transfer funds to the Bank card of a physical person.
Also, experts of the Department said that “the buyer by making purchases over the Internet, is entitled to refuse the goods at any time before its transfer, and after goods transfer — within seven days.”
the Claim of the owner of the website aggregator of information about products can be presented in case of providing false or incomplete data about the product, and if the purchase has not been transferred in time.