Hi European Shopify Store owners.
All European Shopify Store owners may be forced to close, because Shopify do not comply with European ECommerce law.
The problem have been presented to Shopify several times in 2012 and again in 2013.
Shopify have not taken steps to protect their European stores against the very real treat of being forced to close by European law.
There are 2 main issues to address:
2: To have a summery of the customers entered data on the payment page and the possibility for the customer to go 1 step back and Edit the entered information.
Besides other important information, these are both required by law.
There have been several European store owners where government law suit have forced ecommerce store owners to implement this or forced to close.
Today our Shopify store are at severe risk of being met by a law suit and the government have sent us a warning to comply with step 2.
We are very desperate and get no help from Shopify to solve the issue.
We urge European store owners to help putting pressure on Shopify to come up with a solution.
So happy to hear from you all.
We are truly at risk of being closed down here and Shopify have not been able to put this in the to-do box.
We LOVE Shopify with 4 stores since 2007, and the amount of work to move to another platform is just to silly with this little change.
All we ask is for the customer to see their enterd information on the payment page and a edit buttom to make changes.
I hope more from Europe will help requesting this and shout loud to Shopify.
@Shopify Adam, sounds good!
The order summary will help bring down the number of orders with typing errors (address, products etc.). We saw this in our current shop when it was first introduced many years ago.
To make everybody happy both issues could be implemented as options:
 check this to enable order summary before payment.
 check this if you don't want to comply to European law ;-)
It is now more than 3 months i reached out and asked you to make this change.
Tomorrow i am forced to remove the danish e-commerce approval certificate until you can make this important change.
This is very embarrassing and will affect our sales.
I do not understand your policy, i mean 3 months should be time enough.