Sell on Goodly App & Reader Policy
The Sell on Goodly mobile application (the “App”) and Sell on Goodly Reader (the “Reader”) enable users to manage their Goodly shops, make sales and accept credit and debit card payments in person — all from their smartphones and tablets. This policy explains your rights and responsibilities when using the App and Reader.
To be eligible to use the App or the Reader, you must be a seller with an active Goodly shop and be registered to use Goodly Payments in the United States. All credit and debit card payments made through the App and the Reader are processed through Goodly Payments and by using the App or the Reader, you also agree to the Goodly Payments Policy.
You can download the App. You can obtain the Reader by submitting a request or through the App. Goodly reserves the right to limit quantities and to deny anyone access to the Reader. You may only use the App and the Reader to accept payment in the United States.
The Reader will only function with the App and a compatible mobile device. Goodly does not warrant that the App or the Reader will be compatible with your mobile device. Your use of the App or the Reader may be subject to the terms of your agreements with your mobile device manufacturer and your mobile service provider. You agree that Goodly is not liable for your breach of any third party agreement or applicable law in connection with your use of the App or the Reader.
2. Using the Sell on Goodly App
The Sell on Goodly App provides Sellers with access to numerous seller tools, including the ability to manage orders, respond to messages from buyers and create listings for sale. You can also use the App to make sales in person, either from your Goodly Shop inventory or through a “Quick Sale” for items not included in your Goodly Shop inventory. Quick Sales are not subject to listing fees because they will not appear for sale in your Goodly Shop.
All items that you sell or list for sale through the App or Reader must comply with your local laws and Goodly’s Seller Policy (be handmade, vintage or craft supplies). Goodly reserves the right to suspend or terminate a Seller’s account for violations of any laws or Goodly policies. All sales that you make through the App or the Reader will be reflected in the number of sales displayed on your Goodly Shop Info.
3. Accepting In-Person Payments
The App and the Reader accept valid Visa, MasterCard, American Express and Discover branded credit and debit cards (“Cards”) for in-person payments.
To make an in-person sale using a Card, you can swipe a buyer’s Card through the Reader (a “Swiped Transaction”) or manually enter a buyer’s Card number, expiration date and security code on the App (a “Keyed Transaction”). Once a Card is authorized and charged, a payment processing fee is deducted from the total amount charged (including any tax) (the “Sale Amount”) and the remaining funds are credited to your payment account. Those funds are subsequently deposited into your designated bank account in accordance with the Goodly Payments Policy.
Sales involving manual entry of a Card number incur a higher credit card processing fee from Goodly’s third-party Card processor.
You may not record or store buyers’ Card numbers, and you may not take Card numbers over the telephone or by any other means in which the Card is not present to make sales through the App.
You can record cash sales through the App by choosing the “Cash” option. Sales made with cash are not subject to a credit card processing fee because the transactions are not processed through Goodly Payments.
For security reasons, you must obtain a buyer’s signature on the App to complete all in-person sales using a Card on the App or the Reader. You are also responsible for inspecting a buyer’s photo ID and the signature on the back of a buyer’s Card to verify that the buyer is authorized to use the Card. If you suspect that a buyer is making a fraudulent purchase, decline the sale and contact your local authorities.
After completing an in-person sale, you must present the buyer with the option of receiving an electronic receipt for the transaction through the App.
You agree to pay the following payment processing fees for processing in-person Card payments through the App or the Reader (the “In-Person Payment Processing Fee”):
- Swiped Transaction: 2.75% of Sale Amount for Card payments involving a swiped card
- Keyed Transaction: 3% of Sale Amount + $0.25 For Card payments involving manual entry
The In-Person Payment Processing Fee will be assessed on the total amount charged to the Card, including the cost of the item sold and any applicable tax. The In-Person Payment Processing Fee will be deducted from the total amount charged at the time the payment is processed and will be reflected in your payment account.
In-person sales are not subject to Goodly’s standard 3.5% marketplace transaction fee.
You can find more information on Goodly’s fees in the Fees & Payments Policy.
6. Limitation of Liability
In-person sales are not eligible for Goodly’s Seller Protection Program. If you agree to ship an item purchased in person, you do so at your own risk.
Buyers are not eligible to open a case on Goodly for any in-person sales. Buyers are not able to leave reviews for Quick Sales made through the App.
If an in-person Card transaction made through the App or the Reader (a) is disputed, (b) is reversed for any reason by any third-party service provider, including Goodly’s Card processor, or a buyer, or (c) was unauthorized, fraudulent, unlawful, or violated any of Goodly’s terms or policies, the amount of the transaction may be reversed or charged back to your payment account (a “Chargeback”).
In the event of a Chargeback, you agree to allow Goodly to recover any amounts due to Goodly resulting from the Chargeback, including any associated fees assessed by Card networks or Goodly’s Card processor, in accordance with the Goodly Payments Policy.
If you are reasonably suspected or found to be engaging in any fraudulent transactions or unlawful activity using the App or the Reader, you also agree that Goodly may decline your transactions, place a hold on your funds, suspend or terminate your accounts with Goodly, and share your information with law enforcement.
The App and the Reader are provided on an “as is” basis. Use of the App and the Reader are at your own risk. To the extent permitted by law, the App and the Reader are provided without warranties of any kind. To the extent permitted by law, in no event shall Goodly be liable for any damages for the loss of revenues, profits, goodwill or data resulting from the use of, unauthorized use of, or inability to use, the App or the Reader.
If the Terms conflict with any other terms, the Terms will control for all issues related to the App and the Reader.
7. Regulatory Compliance
The Reader complies with part 15 of the FCC Rules. Operation is subject to the following two conditions: (1) This device may not cause harmful interference, and (2) this device must accept any interference received, including interference that may cause undesired operation.
The Reader has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class B digital device, pursuant to part 15 of the FCC Rules. These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against harmful interference in a residential installation. The Reader generates, uses, and can radiate radio frequency energy and, if not installed and used in accordance with the instructions, may cause harmful interference to radio communications. However, there is no guarantee that interference will not occur in a particular installation.
8. Limited License
Without limiting any of those terms, you may not (a) modify, decompile or reverse engineer any software or hardware related to the App or the Reader; (b) remove or alter any product identification, trademark, copyright or other notices related to the App or the Reader; (c) use or allow the use of the App or the Reader by or for the benefit of third parties, including by renting, leasing or lending the App or the Reader; or (d) reproduce, sell or distribute the App or the Reader without Goodly’s permission.
Last updated on Jan 29, 2017