4 thoughts on “When buying dogs online for a few days, the dog died. Merchants need responsibility?”

  1. If the merchant is responsible for the cause of no external force within three days, the merchants and customers within seven days compensate for half compensation

  2. Theoretically, the dog died after a few days when the dog was bought. The merchant must be responsible, but buying a living pet on the Internet has no intermediate platform guarantee. In many cases, merchants will shirk responsibility, and it is difficult to obtain evidence and report. Be careful when buying a dog.

  3. The responsibility of online shopping needs to be based on the specific fault of the two parties. For example, neither parties have received goods and money, how to investigate the responsibility, and the buyer has evidence such as payment vouchers, and may advocate the seller to bear the responsibility.

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