Hi - I'm new to e-junkie and looking at using it to set up our new on-line store.
Ejunkie is the full package - offering a combination of features that I couldn't find in any one other cart provider :-)
One thing I can't understand however and the one box E-Junkie hasn't ticked, is the inability to integrate into the payment process a check box to confirm the customer agrees with the terms and conditions of the seller's site.
I must admit, I don't understand why this seems to be difficult to offer??? Wouldn't it just be a matter of the E-Junkie account holder providing the text to appear in the terms and conditions and on the page where the customer inputs their name and address for example, they could click a link to bring up a window containing the terms & conditions. They could then click an "I agree" box to indicate they have agreed with them. It could be a required field so they couldn't go on without doing so.
The options offered to get around the lack of this facility are not really suitable for online stores with pages and pages of add to cart buttons. It's not practical to say "by adding to cart you agree to our terms" under every add to cart button on every page.
Likewise, it would feel a lot safer if the customer had to click I agree before paying.
Is there a particular reason that E-Junkie has not added this feature??
Otherwise, I think this cart solution is fantastic and I'd like to start using it ASAP.