The European Union looks set to increase the cost threshold for consumers who wish to get their money back if they have had a bad online experience with a retailer in another EU State.
The threshold for making a "small claim" is to rise from €2,000 to €10,000.
Ciara Eustace of the EU Commission says this, when implemented, will be good for consumers and small business operations.
"The new procedure will increase the threshold of a small claim; the minimum threshold was €2,000 and it has now been increased to €10,000," she said.
"The new procedure will also cap the cost of court fees at 10% of the cost of the claim - and also make it easier for consumers and SMEs to make a claim across EU borders."