Allgemeine Geschäftsbedingungen - espadrilles24.ch
§ 1) Validity of terms and conditions - contract conclusion
These terms and conditions are valid for contracts with private and business customers concluded via the website of the offeror.
The order will be confirmed by the offeror. The contract is concluded as soon as the confirmation reaches the customer. If the confirmation is not arriving within an appropriate time, the customer may see this as a rejection of the order.
§ 2) Prices and special offers
All prices are in CHF. Shipping costs are charged separately.
The offeror reserves the right to change prices at any time. The valid price for the customer is the price that is shown on the website at the time of the order.
The terms for special offers are shown with the special offers.
§ 3) conditions of shipping
Shipping usually shouldn't take more than three working days.
In case more time should be needed for shipping, the client will get an information after three working days the latest.
§ 4) right of withdrawal
If a client uses his right to withdraw the contract because of delayed shipment or defect goods, which the offeror is responsible for, the offeror refunds already paid amounts and the costs for the reshipment.
§ 5) Liability
The customer has to check the delivered goods as soon as possible und to report defect goods immediately to the offeror.
In case of defect goods, the client may choose between an appropriate reduction of the price, the withdrawal of the contract and a replacement.
§ 6) Payment
Payment can be done the following ways:
a) The invoice will be shipped with the goods. Payment has to be fulfilled within 30 days.
b) If the client chooses prepayment, the goods will be shipped after the payment is credited to the account of the offeror.
c) If the client chooses credit card or PayPal, goods will be sent after completion of the payment.
In case of late payment the offeror will send two reminders at the most. For the second reminder CHF 10 will be charged. If the client still doesn't pay, legal actions will be taken. Furthermore the offeror reserves the right to charge default interest for late payments. Claims for compensation reserved.
§ 7) Liability for online-services
The offerer is responsible for security and data privacy protection in systems and software that he owns or influences.
The clients are responsible for security in systems, software and data that are within their control. In their own interest the clients should not make known their passwords and/or usernames to any third party.
The offeror is not liable for defects or failures for which he is not accountable for; especially not for lack of security and breakdowns of third party companies with which he works together or on which he is depending.
Furthermore the offeror is not liable for acts of God, improper behaviour and disregarding of risks on the part of the client or a third party, excessive stress, extreme environmental influences, interferences of the client or disturbances of a third party (viruses, worms, etc.), that may happen despite safety measures.
§ 8) Jurisdiction
Swiss law applies for these terms and conditions.
Jurisdiction in Basel.