“Excess accumulated freight” violates the rules of standard contract, touches the bottom line of law, and infringes on the rights and interests of consumers. According to media reports, recently, Mr. Lu, a citizen of Nanning, Guangxi, wants to buy a kind of accessories called single-chip microcomputer. The unit price is between 14 yuan and 42 yuan. It is found that some businesses have launched “double 11” promotion, with unit prices of 1.7 yuan-2.7 yuan. Seeing the discount, Mr. Lu placed an order and bought 10. Just when he was ready to pay, the total amount of the order was 9018 yuan. < / P > < p > I thought this was due to the wrong settings of the merchants, but the customer service of the shopping website said that the freight setting of the merchants was not in violation of the regulations, and the situation was not an individual event. It turns out that some businesses deliberately set up special freight rules to limit the number of related goods consumers buy. When consumers choose more than a certain number of goods, they will generate a huge amount of freight. < / P > < p > in the field of Taxation, there is “excess progressive tax rate”; in the field of online shopping, there is also “excess cumulative freight”? Perhaps, how to determine the freight price is the right of merchants, and whether to choose to buy goods is the right of consumers. Even if consumers choose to buy, it is also Zhou Yu who is willing to fight one by one. There is nothing wrong with merchants’ practice. But this view can not help being deliberated according to law. Under the market rules, although businesses and consumers enjoy the autonomy of operation and pricing power, they can not violate the value law of goods or services, but should follow the necessary legal rules. Article 7 of the price law stipulates that operators shall follow the principles of fairness, legality and good faith in pricing. Article 4 of the law of the people’s Republic of China on the protection of consumers’ rights and interests stipulates that business operators and consumers shall abide by the principles of voluntariness, equality, fairness, honesty and credit. Article 5 of the contract law stipulates that the parties shall abide by the principle of fairness to determine the rights and obligations of each party. < / P > < p > according to Article 26 of the consumer law, if a business operator uses standard terms in business activities, it shall, in a significant way, draw consumers’ attention to the contents that have a significant interest with consumers, such as the quantity and quality of goods or services, the price or fee, the time limit and method of performance, and explain them according to the requirements of consumers. Business operators shall not make unfair and unreasonable provisions on consumers such as aggravating consumers’ responsibilities by means of standard terms. If the standard terms contain the contents listed in the preceding paragraph, the contents shall be invalid. Article 40 of the contract law also stipulates that if the party providing the standard terms exempts it from its responsibilities, increases the liability of the other party and excludes the other party’s main rights, the clause shall be invalid. The standard order contract prepared by the network business is obviously a format contract. After looking at the order carefully, Mr. Lu found that the freight of the selected goods was 8991 yuan. If his bank card was not enough, he might place an order for payment. This shows that businesses have not brought consumers’ attention to the “excess accumulated freight” in a significant way, which has a significant interest with consumers. If consumers place an order hastily, they will easily misoperate and fall into the pit of huge freight charges. Even if they exercise the right to regret, they will also fall into consumption disputes and get into trouble. In addition, the “excess cumulative freight” of 999 yuan for a commodity unilaterally set by the merchant also significantly increases the responsibility of consumers, which is unfair and unreasonable to consumers. To sum up, the “excess cumulative freight” violates the rules of the standard contract, touches the bottom line of the law, and infringes on the rights and interests of consumers. < / P > < p > the real intention of the merchant setting “excess cumulative freight” may be to limit the purchase quantity of consumers. However, if the merchant sets the “excess cumulative freight”, it is equivalent to sending an offer. Once the consumer places an order, the contract will take effect. In any case, “excess cumulative freight” is playing a bad role in the format of the contract, businesses should abstain from it, the regulatory authorities should also intervene in the specification. After 12 years, “world class Super project” Shantou Bay Tunnel ushers in a historic breakthrough today