Terms of Service

Comin Ltd

Effective date: March 9, 2018

These Terms of Service (“Terms”) together with our Privacy Policy form the entire legal Agreement (“Agreement”) between Comin Systems (“Comin”, “Company”, “we”, or “us”) and You as a User (“You”, “Your”, “Customer”, or “User”). This Agreement regulates the relationships arising from the use of the Comin Website https://comin.co (the “Website”) and/or Comin Services (“Service”, “Services”).

By using the Website and/or the Services You hereby warrant that You agree with the terms set out in this Agreement and You will apply best efforts in order to comply with these Terms. In the event You disagree with this Agreement in full or with any portion of it, please immediately stop using the Website and/or the Services.

Comin reserves the right to, from time-to-time, introduce changes to the terms of the Agreement with or without prior notification to You as a User. It is Your sole responsibility to periodically check for any changes or updates to this Agreement. If You do not agree with the new updated version of the Agreement please stop using the Website and/or the Service.

NOTE: In order to use the Comin Website and/or the Service You must be of legal age to do so and to be eligible to operate such Website or Service according to the applicable legislation. If You are not of legal age please stop using the Website and/or the Service. We reserve the right to terminate the Agreement between Comin and an individual of under legal age at Our sole discretion and without notice to the individual.


Electronic commerce (e-commerce) – is the marketing, buying and selling of merchandise or services over the Internet. It encompasses the entire scope of online product and service sales from start to finish. E-commerce tools include computer platforms, applications, solutions, servers and various software formats manufactured by e-commerce service providers and purchased by merchants to increase online sales.

Merchant – a legal entity or an individual that sells goods through the Service provided by Comin.

Widget – a module (usually a banner) on a website, in an application, or in the interface of a device that allows users to access information or to perform a function.

Beta version – a version of a piece of software that is made available for testing, typically by a limited number of users outside the company that is developing it, before its general release.


Comin is an e-commerce platform that allows You to buy goods through its widget without having to leave the website which hosts the widget. It means that, there is no need for You as a User to make a transition to the website of an online store, as Users can make purchases directly on their trusted websites (e.g. homepage). At the moment Comin’s Services are in the beta testing which means that the functionality of Services may be limited.

NOTE: Comin is not a merchant of goods displayed on the widget, but an intermediary between Customers and merchants. Therefore, Comin