Terms & Conditions Page

Editing your Terms & Conditions on your Checkout Page

Updated over a week ago

We now create Terms and Conditions pages for you.

Having a Terms and Conditions page is essential for any business that accepts payments online. It protects you from legal liability and ensures that you are compliant with payment processors and regulations.

If your store was created prior to May 15th, 2023, you will need to create your own terms and conditions page and add the URL to your General Settings.

Here are some of the benefits of having a Terms and Conditions page:

  • Protects you from legal liability: A Terms and Conditions page can help to protect you from legal liability in the event of a dispute with a customer. By clearly outlining your terms and conditions, you can show that you have taken steps to protect your customers and that you are not responsible for any damages that they may incur.

  • Ensures compliance with payment processors and regulations: Many payment processors require businesses to have a Terms and Conditions page in order to process payments. This is because a Terms and Conditions page helps to protect the processor from legal liability as well.

  • Builds trust with customers: A Terms and Conditions page can help to build trust with customers by showing them that you are a legitimate business that takes their privacy and security seriously.

Editing Your Terms and Conditions Page

  1. Go to Website

  2. Click Customize

  3. Select the Terms and Conditions Page in the left-hand side menu

  4. You can now edit the Terms and Conditions as needed

Your Terms and Conditions Page will automatically appear on your check out pages as shown below:

Adding your Terms and Conditions Page to your navigation menus

This is completely optional. You can add a link to your Terms and Conditions Page directly to your storefront's navigation menus.

  1. Navigate to Website

  2. Click on Navigation under the 3 dot menu

  3. Click the three-dot menu beside Footer or Main

  4. Click on Edit

  5. Click on Add Menu Item.

Title your page and under Link pick Choose Page and select the page you created. Click Save.

That's it! Your link to your Terms and Conditions Page is now available on your storefront.

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