If you run an e-commerce business on social media without creating a website, you will be fined 100,000 rupees (approximately US$851). The draft law was drafted by the Ministry of Industry and Trade. If the e-commerce business is not properly registered and the website is created, it is impossible to operate an online social media business.
The bill stipulates that every e-commerce entrepreneur must create a website related to his business so that customers can make informed decisions. The electronic system prepared in this way must also have a certificate for the secure connection level (certain security standards). Similarly, the website must contain the entrepreneur’s name, address and business registration certificate, permanent account number, and added value. Tax registration number, contact email address, telephone, fax, cell phone number, and details of the formal complaint. The electronic portal of the Ministry of Commerce, Utilities and Consumer Protection.
Even if you conduct e-commerce without being included in the list, you will be fined up to 100,000 rupees. The website must also clearly state the details of the goods and services that can be used for e-commerce, the final sales price, including taxes, product details, delivery time, guarantees, and guarantees. Otherwise, a fine of up to 100,000 rupees will be imposed. The government solicits opinions and suggestions on the bill. If you have any suggestions, you can send an email to the government department in a specific format.