Returns of non-faulty goods
Private (ie non business) UK customers have certain cancellation rights under the Consumer Protection (Distance Selling) Regulations 2000 (“the Regulations”). For full details the Regulations should be consulted, but in summary:
i. The right to cancel must be exercised on or before the end of the seventh (7) working day following the day after delivery of the goods;
ii. Notification of the wish to exercise the right to cancel must be received by us as set out in (i) above at either our address set out below or by e-mail to: firstname.lastname@example.org;
iii. Customers wishing to return non-faulty goods must also arrange to return the goods in a saleable condition (including undamaged packaging) at the address referred to in (ii) above as soon as possible. Regrettably we are unable to cover the postage costs of returns. The goods will be deemed returned when actually received by us.
iv. If you are returning a purchase that came with a ‘gift’ this must also be returned.
v. We highly recommend that you use a registered and insured delivery service as we do not accept any responsibility for lost or damaged returns. This type of service will also allow you to track your package and ensure its safe return as we cannot issue a refund for lost or damaged items.
vi. Pending return of the goods to us you must keep them in good condition
vii. On compliance with the above customers will be entitled to a full refund of the price paid (only standard delivery costs will be refunded), to their account or the credit card used (less any deductions in accordance with the foregoing).
viii. Certain goods cannot be returned e.g. goods made to the customer’s own specification or perishable goods.
If you have any questions concerning the application of the Regulations, please contact us at email@example.com