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Distance selling definition

What does Distance selling mean?

Distance selling is where a trader sells goods or services to consumers without the simultaneous physical presence of the trader and the consumer. Examples include contracts by letter, mail order, telesales, e-mail, online sales.

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Distance selling means selling goods or services to consumers without the simultaneous physical presence of the supplier and the consumer.
Examples of distance selling include contracts by letter, mail order, telesales, e-mail, online sales and interactive television.

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