if the registration process for the kowc isnt redone before monday
(and in a timely fashion) i am taking action on the following unrelated
issue with the California Deparment of Consumer Affairs.
[quote]"California has a set of laws aimed specifically at Web merchants. Anyone selling (or attempting to sell) to a California citizen through the Web must comply with specific statutes intended to reduce the incidence of fraud. Not only must online merchants adhere to the same laws that a merchant in the real world must follow, but they must also comply with additional requirements. The first is that before any product can be sold, the vendor must state the legal name of the business, the full text of the vendor's return and refund policy and the street address where they conduct business. 4 A post office box may be used if certain other requirements are met. The disclosure may be made either on the website or via email.
If the disclosure is done on the webpage, then it must be in one of four places:
1. The first screen displayed when the site is accessed;
2. The screen where the goods are first offered;
3. The screen where an order is placed for the goods; or
4. The screen where the buyer enters payment.
The required information cannot be smaller or less legible than the offer of goods or services. The merchant must also state a method for the buyer to receive this information by email. The email disclosure must be made within five days of request. Webpages that advertise a toll-free phone number may implicate telemarketing laws depending on the individual state and its laws.
Failure to comply with these requirements can subject a vendor to a misdemeanor conviction in California5 and either six months in jail or a fine up to $1,000. California requires that all websites aimed at California consumers adhere to the requirements. As a result, some attorneys advise that all websites selling goods comply no matter where the vendor is located.6 Another way to avoid the law would be to include a disclaimer on the website stating that no sales will be made to citizens of California. "
that is only the first thing i found. i just recharged kc and i can assure you
that k2 does NOT give all the required information before the purchase is made.
i'm sure there are other legal problems for k2, this is just the first i found.
next i'm checking about the fact that i still havent received some trinas for gold.
I SWEAR TO GOD THAT IF K2 DOESNT DO THE REGISTRATION OVER,
THEY WILL HAVE A PROBLEM WITH THIS.