The agreement was deemed a consumer sale and a distance purchase. According to 7:26 (2) DCC, in the case of a consumer sale, a buyer cannot be obliged to pay more than half of the amount upfront. The defendant does not deny the fact that his general condition on the website obliges consumers to pay the full amount upfront. The court decides that obligating customers to pay the full price of ordered goods up front is unreasonably onerous. The main reason underlying this decision is that this particular condition of full payment upfront implies an obligation to the consumer. The mere fact that the seller has different alternatives for payment, such as (1) picking up the goods in person and paying on site and (2) paying half of the amount up front and paying the other half after goods have been delivered, does not change the unreasonably onerous character of the relevant term or condition. The court declares the defendant in default, orders the defendant to deliver the goods within fourteen days and condemns the defendant to pay the costs of the proceeding. The court orders the plaintiff to pay immediately when the goods are delivered.