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Subject: Re: UKNM: Internet Delivery
From: Manar Hussain
Date: Mon, 29 May 2000 10:21:37 +0100

If I recall the legal issue is that the card holder can not be held
responsible for payment if it's not delivered to the cardholder
address. I.e. there's risk/exposure to the vendor.


>is that a legal requirement? what about when you order a book from Amazon
>but have it delivered as a gift to a friend?
>----- Original Message -----
>From: <Terry [dot] Cawkwellatnpbs [dot] co [dot] uk>
>To: <uk-netmarketingatchinwag [dot] com>
>Sent: Thursday, May 25, 2000 3:23 PM
>Subject: UKNM: Internet Delivery
>> An interesting story from BBC News online
>> Although more and more people are shopping online, few of them are in
>> during the day to take delivery of the goods they have ordered. However,
>> soon you will be able to pick up the goods you ordered over the Internet
>> when you pop into the corner shop or fill up the car with petrol.
>> Dropzone1, the new British company, is signing up petrol stations and
>> corner shops across the country that will take delivery on behalf of
>> shoppers.
>> How will they get around the need to send items to the credit cardholders
>> address??

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