We bear many different rules and agreements. However, prior to delving into them, we'd like to describe our general approach.
All of our formal rules follow a single general logic - they make sense. We try to cultivate a balance of interests and work towards a common benefit. After all, we are in the same boat as the vendors, webmasters, and shops. If somebody achieves success, then the others soon follow suit. If a mistake is made, everybody is collectively affected. This is why the main policies, our constitution if you will, read as follows:
- Every participant and/or client of XMLshop.com has the right to expect fair treatment, both from the other participants and XMLshop itself. Likewise, every participant is required to demonstrate fair treatment in relation to others.
- Every participant of XMLshop has a right to expect a fair reward for the work performed, based on the previously and clearly explained regulations.
- Every participant and/or client of XMLshop has a right to expect privacy relating to the exchanged information within reasonable ranks and compliant with the law.
- Every participant and/or client of XMLshop is required to keep track of any possible changes of the formal part of the regulations. Similarly, they also retain the right to expect no deviation from the main ideas.
- Every participant and/or client of XMLshop fully understands that just like XMLshop retains the right to end a business relationship short at any point (withholding a special contract stating otherwise), they also retain that right, with no obligation to formally cite the reasons for doing so. However, it is to be understood that even though a formal explanation is not required, in compliance with our regulations - a reason will be cited, nonetheless.
Once again, we would like to remind you that the above text is not an official document. However, it describes our point of view based on which we created the below formal rules and agreements: