The Use Of Payment Cards On The Internet Under French Law

The Internet allows low-cost, speedy, convenient, and informative communication across the world. It changes the way people shop. However, to become a really active market in goods and services, the Internet must be devised for buyers and sellers to securely and conveniently exchange payment over the Internet. Payments by credit and debit card are legally acceptable on the Internet, but still remain to be trusted by French consumers.

The following questions have been addressed in this article:

What are the legal principles governing the formation of a contract for the sale of goods?
How do the above-mentioned principles apply to online purchases by payment cards?
What are the risks associated with payment by cards?
What are the solutions to this problem?


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