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ntsekov

Member Since 26 Jan 2010
Offline Last Active Sep 21 2018 10:45 AM
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In Topic: Need Download Version 4.7.2

08 September 2018 - 06:06 AM

I'm on the same train now. Why is that the store import doesn't work with the latest version, it's not even that different. I tried forrcing compatibility by editing files, but it won't work like this, it seems (I don't get the error message about the version now, but the import braks after very short time).

And, as usual, it happens during the weekend when I have time to do it...


In Topic: Mypos Virtual Api

25 April 2018 - 05:04 PM

By any chance - does anyone know what I have to put in the "Request URL" in the myPOS store page?
Everything else seems to be working fine, it also works in the test system, but with the live store there must be an URL specified.

 

UPDATE: Turned out I don't need it and the problem was elsewhere.


In Topic: Gdpr Compliance In Cs-Cart And Multi-Vendor

25 April 2018 - 10:25 AM

I think those of you that operate outside EU can mostly ignore the enforcement, as they just can't do much to enforce it to you. Fees are bad if you are in EU, tho.

 

If you sell to customers (not businesses) in the EU you have to be GDPR complient.
You have to notify the customer on how you handle their email, store it locally, google apps, zoho, office 360 etc. If you use an 3rd party, Google Apps for example you have to make sure you sign the agreement with Google aswell and last but not least you have to get customers consent to store/handle their e-mail. Same applies for the Phone number. If you're using an online pbx you have to notify them aswell, and last but not least, all your European customers (not businesses) have the right to be forgotten. 
You should be able to delete/anonymize all their data. All of these are covered in the new CS Cart GDPR Plugin.

Remember, this only apply to EU customers (not businesses)
Also make sure that if you sell to the EU you should comply to the EU rules (as far as i know). That means that a customer can ALWAYS return a product without a reason for it. They have 14 days to notify about this and another 14 days to return the product.

The idea behind this law is very good, however, they overdone it. 

 

About the second part, it's 14 days from the delivery date. And there is a small open door to lower the refund amount if the product is used, etc., so please read carefully your local Customer Protection Law.

 

And yeah, they really overdid the GDPR, talk to me about protecting large businesses. And we already had personal data operator registration (not sure about the translation), now pointless. And still nobody cares about small ads sales in my country, so much easier to just stay out of the law by not running own business at all or submit to bigger company franchise.