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EC事業者登録 (電子商取引業者認可・登録)








インターネットサービスプロバイダー (ISP) からのドメーン登録の証拠





  • 登録に必要な情報、及び文書類に関する相談業務

  • 登録申請書の記入(クライアント様から多くの情報を頂く必要がございます)

  • 登録申請書、及び関係書類の、当局への提出(申請代行業務)

  • 当局との連絡、及びコミュニケーション

  • 担当官とのミーティング等への同伴

  • 担当官との積極的なフォローアップ

  • 担当官が要求する追加情報等の整理、及び提出

  • 電子商取引登録証明書受領、及び同内容のタイ語→英語訳

  • 上記の遂行に必要なメール交換を含む連絡業務





Entrepreneurs engaged in the following businesses to apply for e-commerce registration:

  1. The purchase and sale of goods, or provision of services, by electronic media via internet system (e.g. a cosmetics retail sales shop selling its products on Lazada)

  2. Internet service providers (ISPs)

  3. Web-hosting service providers

  4. E-Market Place (Online platform provider, which provides an online marketplace for sellers and buyers of goods or services. E.g. Amazon, Shoppee, Lazada.)


(Khun Nat, Is there any clear notification or regulation which exempts certain persons from such e-commerce registration requirements? What about the case where there is an individual who is just selling products from time to time online through Facebook Marketplace. What if this sales goes good and he/she sells a lot every day? What if the person does not have a website? You need to have a website to get a e-commerce certificate. So, will such person be required to make a website?What does it mean to be an “entrepreneur” under this act anyway?)


The basis for such registration requirement are:

  • The Commercial Registration Act, B.E. 2499 (A.D. 1956); and,

  • Regulation of Ministry of Commerce on Persons who Have the Duties for Commercial Registration (No. 11), B.E. 2553 (A.D. 2010)

  • ข้อบังคับ ว่าด้วยการใช้เครื่องหมายรับรองผู้ประกอบธุรกิจพาณิชย์อิเล็กทรอนิกส์ “DBD Registered” ของ กรมพัฒนาธุรกิจการค้า พ.ศ. 2560



Natural persons and juristic persons engaged in e-Commerce businesses without commercial registration are considered to be in violation of the Business Registration Act, B.E. 2499 (A.D. 1956) and will be subject to fine penalty on a daily basis until such violation is corrected.


e-Commerce registration must be completed within 30 days from the date of commencement of business.


The following are required to apply for an e-Commerce certificate.

  • A website which is ready or is already online

  • Website name

  • Description of the goods or services being sold on the website.

  • Start date on which the website began operating.

  • Method of ordering for goods or services

  • Method of payment for customer purchases (It may be online payments, e.g. by credit card, through the website or offline e.g. via bank transfer.)

  • Specification about the method of delivery. (e.g. by EMS, courier, by downloading, etc.)            

  • Evidence of the domain name registration from the service provider internet service provider (ISP).


After successful application and approval, the applicant will receive an e-Commerce Certificate (Form Phor Khor. 0403).

Subsequently a source code will be sent from the Department of Business Development (DBD) of the Ministry of Commerce, to the applicant. The source code is an HTML tag which links to a page on a website operated by the DBD ( showing the applicants registration details. The link must be presented on the website of the applicant.

Our E-Commerce license application service includes the following:


  • Advise on all required information and documents to apply for an E-Commerce license.

  • Complete an E-Commerce license application and other forms, with the assistance of the client.

  • Filing the application with the District office.

  • Assist in communicating with the District office.

  • Accompanying the representatives of the client in meetings with the District office if necessary.

  • Follow up the application with the District office.

  • Submit any additional information or documents required by the District office with the assistance of the client.

  • Receive the E-Commerce license.

  • Provide an English translation of the E-Commerce license.

  • Correspondence by email, telephone and in person meetings when necessary.


The total process can take up to 1 month or more to complete. 


We advise persons interested to engage in e-commerce in Thailand to consider other aspects including the following:

  • The Direct Sales & Direct Marketing Act

  • The Foreign Business Law

  • Tax registration requirements

  • Work permits & visas

  • Consumer protection laws

  • Etc.



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