WooCommerce makes it easy to bring your store online. Before your customers do business with you, you will want to make sure they have read your terms & conditions. You can easily create and link a terms & conditions page in WooCommerce. Woo Additional Terms takes it a step further by allowing you to link to additional terms & conditions.
This plugin can prove useful in EU stores that require cancellation policy to be displayed as a separate checkbox. Your customers won’t be able to move forward with their order unless they accept your additional conditions.
You can download this plugin for free at this time.
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