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Rituals The Ritual of Jing Fragrance Sticks 230ml

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Rituals The Ritual of Jing Fragrance Sticks 230ml
Rituals The Ritual of Jing Fragrance Sticks 230ml
Rituals The Ritual of Jing Fragrance Sticks 230ml
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DistrElux Rondeboslaan 35 9936 BJ Farmsum, The Netherlands Telephone number: +31858082181 Email address: info@distrelux.com Company number: 77523962 VAT number: NL861034491B01 ARTICLE 2. THE OFFER 2.1 Every offer of Company, in whichever form and of whichever name, is without obligation and nonbinding to Company. 2.2 The offer contains an accurate and complete description of the products, digital content and/or services on offer. It may happen that the information on the website or another offer is unexpectedly incorrect, incomplete or no longer current. It may happen that characteristics of products (price, appearance, ingredients), digital content and/or services, are not displayed or depicted accurately. In that case the consumer cannot claim entitlement to delivery pursuant to the information displayed erroneously. in that case, the information that is on the product, or its packaging, itself, or the price that is on the order and/or payment confirmation from Company applies in principle. In the event of such a deviation, the consumer may state that he or she does not wish to purchase the product and the product will be accepted for return. Manifest errors or mistakes in the offer are not binding to Company. 2.3 In respect of the agreed specifications, minor deviations in quantity, sizing, weights, fragrance or colours or other deviations that come under reasonable tolerance according to custom and practice in the sector are permissible and may never constitute grounds for claims/complaints. ARTICLE 3. THE CONSUMER’S OBLIGATIONS 3.1 The consumer is always responsible for providing accurate, current, truthful and complete information, documents and data to Company, including providing those on time. Any consequences of not, late or not properly providing accurate, current, truthful and/or complete information, documents and/or data, and/or the consumer not, late or not properly cooperating, are at the risk and expense of the consumer, including but not limited to delays and additional costs. ARTICLE 4. COMPANY’S OBLIGATIONS ON WITHDRAWAL 4.1 Company repays the consumer’s payments immediately, but within 14 days of the day following the day on which the consumer reports the withdrawal. It may wait with repayment until it has received the product or the consumer proves that he returned the product, whichever time is first, and the consumer cannot claim earlier compliance of the aforementioned repayment obligation for a lawful withdrawal. 4.2 For the refund, Company uses the same payment method used by the consumer. 4.3 If the consumer opted for a more expensive delivery method than the cheapest standard delivery, Company does not have to refund the additional costs for the more expensive method. ARTICLE 5. EXCLUSION OF RIGHT OF WITHDRAWAL 5.1 Company has excluded the following products and services from the right of withdrawal: a) Sealed products that for reasons of health protection or hygiene are not suitable for return and whose seal was broken following delivery; b) Products that, due to their nature, are irrevocably mixed with other products following their delivery; c) Sealed audio, video recordings and computer software whose seal was broken following delivery; ARTICLE 6. COMPLIANCE WITH THE CONTRACT 6.1 Company guarantees that products and/or services comply with the contract and specifications noted in the offer, reasonable requirements of being fit for purpose and/or usability and the statutory provisions and/or government regulations that apply on the date of concluding the contract. If this was agreed explicitly, Company also guarantees that the product is suitable for use other than normal. ARTICLE 7. DELIVERY AND IMPLEMENTATION 7.1 Company shall take due care on receipt and during the implementation of orders of products and on assessing requests for service provision. 7.2 The place of delivery is the address the consumer stated to Company. 7.3 The delivery periods and dates stated and/or confirmed by Company are indicative and only an approximation. They never concern strict deadlines. Company simply exceeding a stated, confirmed or agreed latest delivery period or date does not put Company in default. Without prejudice to the aforementioned, delivery periods etc commence at the time of creating the contract and when Company has received all the details required for the implementation from the consumer. 7.4 The consumer is obliged to ensure that the personal delivery of the products at the delivery address completed by the consumer on the order form, or agreed between the parties, and during the delivery window entered by the consumer on the order form or agreed between the parties, is possible. If the addressee is unable to receive the delivery within the delivery period, Company or its transport company shall contact the consumer to reach a new agreement. Company is not liable for any possible loss, damage or costs if deliveries are not in accordance with the stated delivery and shipping dates. 7.5 If personal delivery of the products is not possible, Company may comply with its contract by offering the products, to the neighbour or by placing them at the door of the delivery address or by delivering them to a representative designated by the consumer and notified to Company. Delivery in this manner is fully at the consumer’s risk and Company is not responsible for any spoiling or loss of products. 7.6 If one or more of the ordered products are not in stock, this may cause the entire order to be delayed. When that is the case, Company shall inform the consumer. With due regard to the provisions of these Standard Terms and Conditions, Company shall endeavour to carry out accepted orders with due urgency and within 30 days, unless another delivery period was agreed. 7.7 If the delivery is subject to delays or if an order cannot be implemented or only in part, Company shall inform the consumer. 7.8 The risk of damage and/or loss of products transfers to the addressee, the commercial collection point/distribution point or a designated representative notified to Company, at the time of delivery. ARTICLE 8. COMPLAINTS PROCEDURE 8.1 Company has a complaints procedure. 8.2 The consumer shall submit the complaints regarding the implementation of the contract to Company within a reasonable period of time of the consumer having observed the defects, with a clear and complete description. 8.3 Returns shall only take place in consultation with Company. 8.4 If the consumer is not satisfied with the way in which Company processed the complaint, the consumer may submit the complaint to the Disputes Committee by means of the European ODR Platform: http://www.ec.europa.eu/consumers/odr. ARTICLE 9. FORCE MAJEURE 9.1 Company is never liable for damage due to force majeure, 9.2 If force majeure of a temporary or permanent nature prevents Company from implementing or continuing to implement the contract, Company is entitled, without being liable for damages, to dissolve the contract without judicial intervention, in full or in part, or to suspend the further implementation of the contract. In the event of suspension, Company shall still be entitled to declare the contract to have been dissolved in full or in part. 9.3 Force majeure is deemed to consist of all those circumstances that prevent Company from implementing the contract, or part thereof, or that make it impossible or unreasonably onerous to do so, if such circumstances occur beyond Company’s reasonable sphere of control, including, but not limited to fire, floods, strikes, industrial action, war (declared or otherwise), riots, Covid19, pandemic, epidemic, sickness, acts of war, water damage, weather conditions, violence, defective machinery, defective goods that are to be used during the implementation of the contract, interruptions in the supply of energy, storage and transport problems, shortcomings of suppliers and/or other auxiliaries of Company, terrorism, power cuts, system problems, embargoes, blockades, statutory restrictions, government advice, government measures in the widest sense of the word. Force majeure also refers to such unforeseen circumstances for third parties used by Company to implement the contract.

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