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Uploading your own legal notice & terms and conditions

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Would you like as a seller in your own name to have your own terms and conditions or a different legal notice on your elopage pages, e.g. because you have special regulations and terms or a different design?

Then create the documents as a max. 4 MB .pdf file.

Sellers in the reseller model cannot upload their own legal notice or terms and conditions, as these in the seller's name.

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Upload your own legal notice

Upload your own terms and conditions

Delete your own terms and conditions


Upload your own legal notice


Upload your own terms and conditions

  • In the main menu of your seller account, go to "Settings" and "Terms and conditions."


  • Click on "Upload the pdf file with your terms and conditions" at the top right.


  • The upload window opens. Select your terms and conditions in .pdf format from your hard drive and then click on "Save."


  • After a successful upload you will see your file in the terms and conditions area.


Delete your own terms and conditions

  • If you want to delete your terms and conditions again, simply click on the "trash can" symbol.


  • A pop-up opens with the note that the standardized terms and conditions will be stored unless you upload a new .pdf file. Click here on "Yes" and upload another document if necessary.


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