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How did the new german "Button Law" affect your online business?

Discussion in 'FaceBook' started by SteauaHooligan, Aug 14, 2012.

  1. SteauaHooligan

    SteauaHooligan Newbie

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    I am very interested to know what the impact of the new law in Germany had over your online business.
    It seems that over the past 3 years, there have been over 5.4 million "unsolicited" charges over consumers online.
    How do you think the market will evolve from now on? - Since the law specifically requests a high transparency in regards to charge and user commitment to the online services or products?

    Do you believe there are ways to bring back the old times?

    Looking forward to hear opinions from German webmasters.

    Cheers,
    Tommy
     
  2. monchichi

    monchichi Power Member

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    No problem at all. Simply update your online shops with the new button label and you are fine.
     
  3. Vyndariel

    Vyndariel Registered Member

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    i host in germany and don't give a fucking shit about this

    it's well seperated, no pop-up crap or something, had no problems at all - so who cares? ^^
     
  4. subster

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    no less conversions at all. but it seems the gov tries to make it hard as possible to bring on sales. daily new laws that keep us working...