The owner of the online store (hereinafter referred to as the Online Store) is Chrislin S. OÜ (registration code 14419487), located in Saare county, Saaremaa municipality, Sutu village, Kaasiku, 94123.
Validity of the sales contract, product and price information
The terms of sale apply to the purchase of goods from the Online Store.
The prices of the products sold in the online store are indicated next to the products. The price includes a fee for delivering the goods. All prices of goods sold in the online store are in euros.
The fee for delivering the goods depends on the location of the buyer and the method of delivery. The delivery fee is displayed to the buyer when completing the order.
Information about the product is provided in the Webshop directly next to the product.
Forming the order
To order the goods, you must add the desired products to the shopping cart. To complete the order, you must fill in the required data fields and choose the appropriate method of product delivery. The amount of the fee is then displayed on the screen, which can be paid securely through the following payment methods:
Delete those payment methods that are not used by the online store and, if necessary, add them if there are other payment solutions in use.
Estonian bank payments: Swedbank, SEB, Luminor, LHV, Coop Pank, Citadele, Revolut, N26
NB! When paying with a bank link, be sure to press the “Back to the merchant” button on the bank’s page.
If the ordered goods cannot be delivered due to the end of the goods or for some other reason, the buyer will be informed of this as soon as possible and the money paid (including the costs of delivering the goods) will be returned without delay, but no later than within 14 days of sending the notice.
To pick up the goods, the buyer has the following options: DPD parcel machine, Itella parcel machine, Omniva parcel machine
The shipping costs of the goods are borne by the buyer, and the corresponding price information is displayed next to the shipping method.
Shipments within Estonia generally arrive at the destination specified by the buyer within 7 working days from the entry into force of the sales contract.
In exceptional cases, you have the right to deliver the goods within 45 calendar days.
Right of withdrawal
The consumer does not have the right of withdrawal based on § 56 of the Law of Obligations Act.
The online store has the right to withdraw from the sales transaction and demand the return of the goods from the buyer if the price of the goods in the online store is marked significantly below the market price of the goods due to an error.
The right to file a claim
The online store is responsible for the non-compliance of the goods sold to the buyer with the contract conditions or a defect that already existed at the time of handing over the item and that appears within two years from the handing over of the goods to the buyer. During this 1 year from the handing over of the thing to the buyer, it is assumed that the defect already existed at the time of handing over the thing. It is the Webshop’s responsibility to refute the corresponding assumption.
In the event of a defect, the buyer has the right to contact the online store within two months at the latest by sending an e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org or by calling +372 55580808.
The online store is not responsible for defects that have occurred after the goods have been handed over to the buyer.
If the goods purchased from the Online Store have defects for which the Online Store is responsible, the Online Store will repair or replace the defective goods. If it is not possible to repair or replace the goods, the Webshop will return all fees associated with the sales contract to the buyer.
The online store responds to the consumer’s complaint in writing or in a form that enables written reproduction within 15 days.
Direct marketing and personal data processing
The online store uses the personal data entered by the buyer only to process the order and send the goods to the buyer. The online store transmits personal data to companies providing transport services in order to deliver goods.
The online store sends the buyer newsletters and offers to the buyer’s e-mail address only if the buyer has expressed his wish to do so by entering an e-mail address on the website and has indicated his wish to receive direct mail notifications.
The buyer can opt out of offers and newsletters sent to e-mail at any time by notifying us by e-mail or by following the instructions in the e-mail containing the offers.
If the buyer has complaints about the Online Store, they should be sent by e-mail to email@example.com or by phone: +372 55580808.
If the buyer and the Online Store cannot resolve the dispute by agreement, the buyer can appeal to the Consumer Disputes Committee. You can familiarize yourself with the procedural conditions and submit an application here. The competence of the Consumer Disputes Committee is to resolve disputes arising from the contract concluded between the buyer and the Online Store. Review of the buyer’s complaint by the commission is free of charge.
The buyer can turn to the platform for resolving consumer disputes of the European Union.