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General Business terms of www.luxurybazzar.sk

General Business Terms of

www.luxurvbazzar.sk

Article I.

Terms and definitions

  1. The operator and the Seller of the E-shop is Ing. Denisa Majská, permanent address: Toryská 40, 821 07 Bratislava.
  2. The supplier of Goods and Services offered on the luxurybazzar.sk E-shop is Ing. Denisa Majská, permanent address: Toryská 40, 821 07 Bratislava.
  3. “Purchaser” is each E-shop visitor who has made an order via the E-shop.For the purposes of the Act No. 102/2014 Coll., “Consumer” shall be understood as any natural person or legal entity which does not purchase goods for the purpose of their sale to other persons, in order to conduct business activities or perform employment or occupation.
  4. “E-shop” is an Internet-based computer system which is publicly accessible and enables ordering Goods or Services.
  5. “Goods” or “Services” are any products disclosed on the E-shop web pages.
  6. When the Purchaser confirms his/her selection of Goods or Services by ordering them, and has duly filled in the order form, an order is generated.
  7. The Purchaser fully accepts electronic communication, particularly via the E-shop, e-mail communication and phone communication.

Article II.

Price

  1. All Goods prices are final.
  2. The Seller shall be bound by prices specified on the E-shop web page at the moment of purchase.

Article III.

Order

  1. When the Purchaser confirms his/her selection of Goods or Services by ordering them, and has duly filled in the order form, an order is generated.For orders to be attended to correctly, it is necessary to fill in the required data in the order and to select one of the transport a payment options for the ordered Goods or Services.
  2. By sending the order, the Purchaser agrees with the price of the ordered Goods and Services and thus the order shall be binding for the Consumer.
  3. Once the order has been confirmed by the Seller, a purchase contract is made; it may be amended, cancelled or supplemented only by a mutual agreement between the Purchaser and the Seller, unless stipulated otherwise by law or a different legal regulation.
  4. After the order has been made in the E-shop, an e-mail confirming receipt of the order by the E-shop shall be generated to the Purchaser.This e-mail shall not constitute Goods confirmation pursuant to the para. 3 of this Article.
  5. By sending the order, the Purchaser shall be bound to pay the purchase price of the ordered Goods.

Article IV.

Payment terms within Slovakia

  1. The following options may be used to pay for the Goods and Services in the E-shop within Slovakia:
  2. a) cash on delivery (you pay directly to the courier when collecting the Goods)
  3. b) payment to the bank account Tatrabanka 1100/ 2927865287/1100; we shall send the Goods only after the payment has been put down to the above-stated account.
  4. c) Card Pay- online advanded payment made via CardPay payment system using following creditcards Visa, Visaelectron, Mastercard….

The Seller may provide several discount options to the Purchaser:

The provided discounts cannot be accumulated:

a) discount in the price for registration in the E-shop;

b) discount in the price for a repeated purchase;

c) discount based on a one-off discount voucher.

Article V.

Payment terms for EU countries

  1. The following options may be used to pay for the Goods and Services in the E-shop within Slovakia:
  2. Card Pay- online advanded payment made via CardPay payment system using following creditcards Visa, Visaelectron, Mastercard….
  3. Paypal – soon

The Seller may provide several discount options to the Purchaser:

The provided discounts cannot be accumulated:

a) discount in the price for registration in the E-shop;

b) discount in the price for a repeated purchase;

c) discount based on a one-off discount voucher.

Article VI.

Delivery terms

  1. Not later than 30 days after the purchase contract was made, the Seller shall send Goods to the Purchaser, unless they have agreed otherwise, or unless a longer delivery period was specified for the Goods.
  2. If the Goods are on stock, they shall be dispatched at the earliest date possible, depending on the capacity.
  3. If an order contains several Goods and Services and a part of them are on stock, we shall inform the Purchaser thereof with the option of partial deliveries.
  4. An invoice (tax document) shall be sent to the customer together with the Goods, along with a manual or other documents from the producer related to the Goods or Services.
  5. Place of performance shall be considered as the place where the Goods are delivered to.
  6. The Seller shall transport Goods to the Purchaser via:
    a) Slovak Post

b) DPD couriercompany.

Article VIII.

Transport and packaging fees and payment options whithin Slovakia

  1. In the case of payments in advance to the bank account, based on an interim invoice or via payment ports, we shall charge the following for transportation:
  2. orders worth less than EUR 100, transported by a courier company, with a delivery within 2 working days after dispatch from our stock house – EUR 5
  3. orders worth more than EUR 100, transported by a courier company, with a delivery within 2 working days after dispatch from our stock house – free of charge;.
  4. In the case of payments sent to the account, transfer orders or direct deposits to the account, it is necessary to specify the number of your order as a variable symbol. The above-stated prices shall apply to the territory of the Slovak Republic. We calculate postal fees for foreign orders on a case-to-case basis depending on the consignment weight and on the destination state.
  5. In the case of COD (you pay to the courier when collecting the Goods):
  6. The Seller and the Purchaser may agree on other than the standard (above-stated) process for sending Goods or Services as well as on other prices for these services.
  7. The Seller may send any Goods which are readily available to the Purchaser and deliver the remaining part of the order in a legally stipulated period, on condition that the Purchaser is not charged any extra postal fees in addition ton of those calculated in the order.

Article IX.

Transport and packaging fees and payment options in EU countries (except Slovakia)

  1. We calculate postal fees for foreign orders on a case-to-case basis depending on the consignment weight and on the destination state.
  2. The Seller and the Purchaser may agree on other than the standard (above-stated) process for sending Goods or Services as well as on other prices for these services.
  3. The Seller may send any Goods which are readily available to the Purchaser and deliver the remaining part of the order in a legally stipulated period, on condition that the Purchaser is not charged any extra postal fees in addition ton of those calculated in the order.

Article X.

Transfer of ownership

  1. Ownership shall transfer from the Seller onto the Purchaser at the moment when a full price for the subject of the purchase contract has been paid.
  2. When a claim has been filed by the Purchaser, the Seller reserves the right to attend to any Goods or Services in the Seller´s ownership only after a full price of the subject of the purchase contract has been paid.

Article XI.

Purchase contract cancellation

  1. The Purchaser may cancel any ordered Goods or Services not later than 24 hours after the purchase contract was generated, with no cancellation fee applicable.

Article XII.

The right of the Consumer to return any Goods without stating a reason

and instruction for the Consumer

  1. Based on the Act No. 102/2014 Coll. on Consumer Protection at Doorstep Selling and Distance Selling and on amendments and supplements to certain laws (hereinafter referred to as the Act”), pursuant to provisions of the Article 7 and subseq., the Consumer shall have the right to withdraw from a purchase contract not later than 14 calendar days after the Goods collection date. If the subject of a purchase contract is delivery of Goods, the Consumer shall have the right to withdraw from the contract even before the Goods are delivered.
  2. If the Consumer wishes to exercise this right, he/she shall personally deliver a written letter of withdrawal from the purchase contract not later than on the last date of the specified period to the contact address of the Seller or shall submit this letter of withdrawal to be transported by post, not later than on the last date of the period, to the address specified in the contacts. Having notified of the withdrawal from the contract, the Consumer shall send or personally deliver the subject of the contract which he/she is withdrawing from along with all documentation, e.g. original copy of an invoice, manual and other documentation related to the goods which has been delivered to him/her together with the Goods, not later than 14 days after the withdrawal date (Article 10 (1) of the Act). It is our recommendation that Purchasers make a copy of the invoice for their own needs and send the Goods by registered mail and as an insured parcel. You may use the following form to withdraw from the contract: Withdrawal from the purchase contract in which you shall fill in at least the data marked by an asterisk (*).
  3. Do not send Goods by COD; such Goods shall not be collected.
  4. The E-shop operator shall return any money paid for the Goods/Services, including transport costs pursuant to the provision of the Article 9 (3) of the Act No. 102/2014 Coll. as well as any costs demonstrably expended on ordering the Goods, not later than 14 days after the delivery date of a letter of withdrawal from the contract; however, the E-shop operator may not return the money sooner than it is delivered the Goods or until the Consumer proves that Goods have been dispatched. This shall not apply if the Seller has proposed collecting the Goods herself.
  5. The costs of returning the Goods shall be borne by the Consumer.
  6. The right to withdraw from a contract shall not apply to Goods and Services specified in the Article 7 (6) (a) through (l) of the Act No. 102/2014 Coll.
  7. The Consumer shall accept any decrease in the value of the Goods which has been caused by their use above the level necessary for identification of functionality and qualities of the Goods.

Article XIII.

Rights and obligations of the Contracting Parties

  1. Contracting Parties shall be understood as the Seller and the Purchaser.
  2. The Purchaser shall:
  • collect the ordered Goods;
  • pay the agreed price for the Goods to the Seller;
  • check if the packaging of the Goods has not been damaged and check the Goods upon their collection.

3. The Seller shall:

  1. deliver Goods to the Customer in the required quality, volume and for the agreed price;
  2. send to the Customer all documents related to the Goods, such as invoice, claim letter or manual in a codified form of the Slovak language together with the Goods or later.

Article XIV.

Personal data protection

  1. Personal data is processed in line with the Act No. 122/2013 Coll. on Personal Data Protection, as amended.
  2. The operator shall not provide personal data of the Purchaser to any third party, with the exception of the transport company, when the data is needed for delivery of the Goods or Services, and of state authorities in the event of any inspection.
  3. The operator shall collect the following personal data from the Purchaser: name, surname, address, delivery address, phone number and email address…………………………………..
  4. Any personal data provided by you is processed for the purpose of correct attending to your order.
  5. The operator shall secure all personal data and prevent its disclosure to any unauthorized persons specified in their safety regulation.

Article XV.

Originality guarantee

  1. The Seller guarantees that all types of Goods purchased on www.luxurybazzar.sk are original. If any Goods are not original, the Purchaser shall have the right to withdraw from the purchase contract and to be refunded a full purchase price.

Article XVI.

Contractual fine

  1. The Seller reserves the right to impose a contractual fine on the Purchaser in the amount of EUR 10 (ten Euro) if a purchase contract was made which he/she has not cancelled or withdrawn from and has not collected Goods from the haulier and thus the Goods have been returned to the Seller, or if he/she has been asked by the Seller to collect the Goods and has not done so, since he/she has violated provisions of the Article X (2) (a).
  2. This contractual fine shall include costs of transport and any other costs incurred to the Seller related to non-performance of the purchase contract.

Article XVII.

Final provisions

  1. The Seller reserves the right to amend and supplement these General Business Terms and Claim Terms even without a prior notification to the Purchaser.In the event of any change in the General Business Terms or Claim Terms, the whole purchase process shall be governed by those general business terms which were valid at the moment when the order was sent by the Purchaser and which are available on the Seller´s web page.
  2. Claim Terms shall form an inseparable part of the General Business Terms.
  3. By sending an order, the Purchaser agrees that he/she has read the General Business Terms and the Claim Terms and agrees with their wording.
  4. These Terms have been elaborated as a part of the E-shop certification process by nakupujbezpecne.sk.
  5. These General Business Terms and the Claim Terms are available to the Purchaser for viewing at the domicile of the company and are also disclosed on the E-shop web page.
  6. Relationships not regulated otherwise in these General Business Terms or in their inseparable parts (annexes) shall be governed by relevant provisions, particularly of the Act No.40/1964 Coll., Act No.250/2007 Coll, Act No.102/2014 Coll., Act 122/2013 Coll., Act No. 22/2004 Coll. as well as the Act No. 513/1991 Coll.
  7. These General Business Terms including their inseparable parts shall become valid and effective on 14. September 2016.