A denotes the buyer, B denotes the seller and C denotes the wholesaler/manufacturer.
Influenced by Mufti Faraz’s comment (11 July)
B creates a salam contract with A when A initiates a transaction.
B purchases from C as a normal transaction.
B takes responsibility for shipping and for the item to be sent directly to the customer.
There is a clearly written note that the product is dropshipped.
There is a clearly written note that refunds will be issued if the product is not as described or if there is an issue with delivery (thus B has assumed responsibility/liability for the item).
There is a clearly written note that delivery will take x (or up to x) days.
Would this be a Shari’a compliant model?
Can the notes be written in the T&Cs as suggested in the IFG view here or do they have to be written on the main page?