Delivery costs – pricelist
The order will be delivered by GLS Poland:
• a. courier – with the following methods of payment:
bank transfer, Elavon card, electronic payment - Tpay.com – 19 zloty;
• b. courier – with the following methods of payment:
cash on delivery – 19 zloty.
• c. InPost – with the following methods of payment:
bank transfer, Elavon card, electronic payment - Tpay.com – 15 zloty.
The Seller informs that the delivery time in the case of the courier mentioned in point 1 above will be 2 to 3 days on average from the day of shipment (despatching the goods to the courier mentioned above).
The right to withdraw from the contract
The Consumer who concluded a distant contract can withdraw from it within 14 days without the need to give any reasons or to cover any costs other than the ones defined in point 8 and 9 below.
The time for the withdrawal from the contract in which the Seller despatches the goods, being obliged to transfer their ownership, starts running from the moment the Consumer or a third party indicated by him or her and different than the forwarder takes the ownership of the goods, and in the case of a contract that covers many goods which are delivered separately, in lots or pieces – from the moment in which the Consumer takes the ownership of the last product, lot or piece.
The Consumer can withdraw from the contract, submitting to the Seller a statement setting out the decision to withdraw from the contract. This can be made with the use of the form in Appendix 1 to the Terms and Conditions of Purchase, by sending it to the following address: Barwałd Górny 310A, 34-130 Kalwaria Zebrzydowska, Poland. The use of this form is non-obligatory.
The statement about the withdrawal from the contract can also be made on the withdrawal form included in Appendix 2 to the Act on consumer rights from 30th May 2014, which is included in Appendix 1 to the Terms and Conditions of Purchase. The information on the withdrawal from the contract written on the basis of Appendix 1 to the above mentioned act is included in Appendix 2 to the Terms and Conditions of Purchase.
The Consumer may return the goods together with the statement setting out the decision to withdraw from the contract. The Seller kindly requests the Consumer to return the goods in perfect shape and original packaging, which does not constitute a condition or limit to the Consumer's right to withdraw from the contract. The Consumer is obliged to return the goods to the Seller or hand them over to a person authorised by the Seller to take them over immediately but not later than 14 days from the day of the withdrawal from the contract, unless the Seller has proposed that he or she will pick up the goods.
The Seller will return the payment using the same method of payment that the Consumer used. In the case in which the Consumer pays by cash on delivery the Seller will, with the Consumer's consent, return the payment by a bank transfer.
The Consumer is liable for the decrease of value of the goods resulting from the handling other than what is necessary to establish the nature, characteristics and functioning of the goods. When it comes to the return of the value of the goods (price), the Seller returns the value of the goods reduced by the value of the decrease resulting from the handling other than what is necessary to establish the nature, characteristics and functioning of the goods, for which the Consumer is liable. The scope of Consumer's liability is established objectively by comparing the value of the goods released to the Consumer with the value of the goods returned, calculated taking into account the level of wear.
If the Consumer chose the delivery method other than the cheapest usual delivery method offered by the Seller, the Seller does not reimburse any additional costs incurred by the Consumer.
The return of the payment does not include the costs of packaging and shipping the goods to the Seller (direct costs of returning the goods), which the Consumer bears.
The Seller waits with the return of the payment until he or she receives the goods or proof of shipping, depending on which of these conditions is met first, unless the Seller proposes that he or she will pick up the goods from the Consumer.
The right to withdraw from a distant contract, in accordance with Article 38 of the Act on consumer rights, is not granted to the Consumer in respect to the contract:
• a. the subject of which are non-prefabricated goods, produced according to the Consumer's specifications or to suit his or her individualised needs;
• b. the subject of which are goods which after the delivery are inseparably combined or connected with other things;
• c. the subject of which are goods which are liable to deteriorate or expire rapidly.