Germanized for WooCommerce: Your Ultimate Solution for German Market Compliance

Germanized for WooCommerce Pro 3.10.1



Product Description:

Introducing the Germanized for WooCommerce plugin, your ultimate solution for German market compliance. This plugin is designed to seamlessly integrate with your WooCommerce store, providing you with the necessary tools to navigate the complexities of the German eCommerce market.


Legal Compliance: Germanized for WooCommerce ensures your online store adheres to the stringent legal requirements of the German market. It includes features such as delivery times, base prices, and shipping costs tax calculation.

PDF Invoicing: Generate legally compliant invoices in PDF format directly from your WooCommerce dashboard. This feature supports sequential invoice numbers, invoice adjustments, cancellations, and more.

Double Opt-In: Stay GDPR compliant with our double opt-in feature for customer registrations. This ensures that all your customers have explicitly agreed to your terms and conditions.

Tax Adjustments: The plugin allows you to display gross prices in the frontend but handle net prices in WooCommerce backend. It also supports tax reduction for small businesses.

Multilingual Support: Germanized for WooCommerce is fully compatible with WPML and other popular translation plugins, making it easy to translate your store into multiple languages.

  1. Revocation Form: The plugin includes a customizable revocation form that customers can use to cancel their orders, ensuring a smooth return process.

  2. Delivery Times: You can easily manage and display delivery times for each product, providing clear information to your customers about when they can expect their orders.

  3. Customer Account: Enhance your customer’s shopping experience with a well-structured account section that includes order history, downloadable products, and more.

With Germanized for WooCommerce, you can confidently expand your business into the German market, knowing that your store is fully compliant with local regulations.

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