§ 1 Parties to the Contract, Scope of Business Activity
DSLR Gear online store, selling products through www.dslrgear.co.uk website, hereinafter referred to as the Store. For convenience of EU customers goods are shipped from our warehouses in the EU and are free from any duties or additional costs within EU territory. Order delivery on behalf of DSLR Gear is managed by FX Trading Ltd company with its registered office at 590 Kingston Road, London SW20 8DN, United Kingdom. Second party to the Contract, purchasing goods through the Store, shall be hereinafter referred to as the Client. Sale and deliveries the Store offers to the Client shall be subject to these Rules and Regulations. By placing an order in the Store, the Client accepts these Rules and Regulations.
The Client may contact the Store by:
correspondence address: FX Trading Ltd 590 Kingston Road, London SW20 8DN, United Kingdom.
All goods offered by the Store are brand new (unless it has been stated otherwise) and are covered by the manufacturer’s or its representative’s warranty.
§ 2 Contract Conclusion
Content and all commercial data available on www.dslrgear.co.uk website should be considered as an invitation to conclude the Contract, and shall not be considered as a valid contract. This refers to all offered products. Orders may be placed through the online store dslrgear.co.uk. The Client gives its consent for processing by the Store of its email address and personal data needed to carry out an order. A natural person placing an order in the Store must be an adult person (over 18 years of age) and must have full legal capacity to perform acts in law. If www.dslrgear.co.uk website or an order confirmation contains any substantial errors (defined as instances which prompt the Store to unreasonably judge the matter and enter into a contract under an error) relating to the product price or contract’s provisions, and the Client knew about such errors or could have easily noticed them, or if such an error was caused by the Client, the Store may evade the legal effects. In such an event, the Parties shall return all mutual provisions.
§ 3 Product Prices and Descriptions
Product prices and descriptions published on www.dslrgear.co.uk website only constitute a commercial information, and shall not be deemed an offer within the meaning of the law. They become binding when the Store accepts an order. All prices published on www.dslrgear.co.uk website are gross amounts and include value added tax according to the tax law provisions. Shipment costs are billed separately, and are calculated when you place an order. The Store is only responsible for the product prices and their descriptions published on the Store’s website at www.dslrgear.co.uk. Prices and descriptions published on other websites (including price engines, etc.) must be compared with the Store’s official website.
§ 4 Payment
The Client can use PayPal transfer.
§ 5 The Right Of Withdrawal From the Contract
Pursuant to the law provisions, a Consumer is defined as a natural person concluding transactions with an entrepreneur, provided that such transaction is not directly related to its business or professional activity. Pursuant to the Consumer Rights Act 2015, the Consumer has a right to withdraw from the Contract within 14 days without giving any reason. To exercise the right of withdrawal, the Consumer must inform the Store about its decision to withdraw from this Contract by unequivocal statement. The Consumer may withdraw from the Contract by sending the statement with goods and proof of purchase to the returns warehouse address at DSLRGEAR Photo Service, Plk. Dabka 17, 30-732 Krakow, Poland. To meet the withdrawal deadline, you must only notify us that you wish to exercise your right to withdraw from the Contract before the withdrawal deadline expires. The Store will immediately send a confirmation that it received the withdrawal notification. In the case of the withdrawal, the Store shall return all received payments, including the items delivery costs (except additional costs arising from the selected shipment method, other than the cheapest, standard delivery method offered by our company), in all cases not later than 14 days from the day on which the Store has received the items or has been notified about the decision to withdraw from this Contract (whichever came later). The Store will refund the payment using the same payment method that was used to complete the original transaction, unless the Consumer gives its explicit consent for another solution. The Consumer is under an obligation to return the item immediately, but not later than 14 days from the withdrawal date. To keep the deadline, it is enough to resend the item before the deadline expiry. The Store reserves the right to withhold the payment refund until it receives the item or until the proof of re-delivery is provided, whichever occurs earlier. If the Client withdraws from the Contract and returns the goods in a condition that remains within the routine handling framework, the Store shall return to the Client the product’s value and the delivery costs. Expenses incurred for the return of the goods to the Store under the right of withdrawal will be borne by the Client. Goods should be returned in an unaltered state. The Consumer can check the goods and is responsible for the decrease of the value of the item caused by handling other than necessary to determine the nature, features and operational qualities of the item. The Consumer should return the goods in an original, not damaged packaging to minimize possible transport damages.
§ 6 Delivery Terms
The goods are sent from the warehouse by UPS courier company services to an address provided by the Client. If the Client fails to pay for the order within 7 days, the Contract (order and its confirmation) ceases to have effect – the Client will have to re-submit the order in such situation. An order execution time covers the time devoted for a package preparation and its delivery to the Client. We strive to ensure that our products are ready for shipment as soon as possible. We prepare our products for shipment and deliver it on business days only. If goods are in stock, the standard deadline for an order completion is 3 to 5 business days. An order will only be executed if goods are in stock or can be obtained from the Store’s suppliers. If a part of ordered goods is not available, the Client will be informed about the order status and will decide on the order execution method. The Store will notify the Client about this within 3 days, and will make every effort to reduce this time to the minimum. If the goods are not available (they are out of stock or cannot be obtained from the Store’s suppliers) or if the Client’s order cannot be completed, the Store will notify the Client about this (the Store will notify the Client about this within 3 days and will make every effort to reduce this time to the minimum), leaving the Client free to decide whether to wait for the delivery of the goods or to cancel the order. If the Client decides to cancel a paid order, the Store will immediately return this payment using the same payment method which was used by the Client to pay for the goods.
§ 7 Damages Incurred During Transportation
If a shipment with an ordered product carries any traces of damages, in order to establish the liability for the damage (whether it was caused by the Client or by a courier company), the Client commits to prepare a damages report in the presence of the courier company employee, which constitutes proof that the damage occurred during transportation. Properly drafted protocol helps to determine when the damage occurred. The Client may refuse to accept a damaged shipment, and in such case shall immediately notify the Store about this. If the Client collects a package with damages that are not visible from outside, Client must immediately notify the Store by sending an email to email@example.com.
§ 8 Warranty
The warranty is executed through the Store. Trademarks, information, names and logos are considered to be the property of their legal owners. They have been published on our website solely for information purposes. In case of a product covered by a manufacturer’s or distributor’s warranty, the Client may file a complaint regarding the damaged product by: a. exercising its rights arising from the warranty provided b. exercising its rights arising from the Seller in virtue of the guarantee. The Store shall be liable under the guarantee for the physical and legal defects to the items. Physical damage of an item consists in a non-compliance of the sold item with the Contract, so if the item is devoid of features that it should have due to the Contract’s purpose arising from the circumstances or intention for use, or occurs when an item does not have features about which the Client was assured by the Store, is not fit for the purpose about which the Client was notified by the Store on conclusion of the Contract, and the Store has not raised any concerns regarding such purpose or if the incomplete item was delivered to the Client. Legal fault of the item occurs when an item is owned by a third party or it is encumbered with rights of third parties or if the limitation on use or disposal arises from a decision or ruling of a competent body. If an item is faulty, the Client may request the price reduction or withdraw from the Contract, unless the Store replaces such faulty item with a defect-free item or removes the defect. This limitation does not apply if the item was already replaced or fixed by the Store or if the Store replaced the item with a defect-free item or removed the defect. If an item is faulty, the Client may also ask to replace the item with a defect-free item or to remove the defect. The Consumer, instead of the defect removal proposed by the Store, may ask for the item replacement with a defect-free item or may ask for the defect removal instead of the item replacement, unless making the item compliant with the Contract using the method selected by the Consumer is impossible or would require excessive costs compared to the method proposed by the Store. The Client cannot withdraw from the Contract, if the defect is insignificant. Claims for the defect removal or for the item replacement with a defect-free item expire after a year from the defect confirmation. In the case of the Consumer, the expiry deadline cannot end in two years time. For a complaint to be recognized by the Store, the Client should deliver the product under the complaint with a proof of purchase and description of the complaint. Complaints regarding the defects arising during the warranty period are examined within 21 days from the moment the Store receives a shipment with the claimed goods. The Store will reply to the Client’s warranty request within 14 days of the receipt of such item. Where is necessary to resend the equipment to some other specialist service or to carry out time-consuming tests, the above period may be extended by another 21 days. The Client shall attach documents confirming that a product was purchased in the Store. The Store does not accept any shipments resent by COD. The warranty does not cover: maintenance, damages arising from accidents, lightning strikes damages caused by improper operation, damages caused by unauthorized servicing, mechanical damages, consumables, such as: bulbs, batteries, etc.
§ 9 Returns and repairs
Returns and repairs are managed by DSLRGEAR Photo Service at Plk. Dabka 17, 30-732 Krakow, Poland.
§ 10 Remaining Provisions
Pursuant to the Waste Electrical and Electronic Equipment Regulations 2013 the Client purchasing electrical or electronic equipment has the right to return the old (used) equipment of the same type to the store in which they bought a new product. Clients who wish to use that possibility are asked to resend their used equipment to the DSLR Gear Service Center 590 Kingston Road, London SW20 8DN, United Kingdom. If one or more provisions of these Rules and Regulations are found to be invalid, the remaining provisions shall retain their full force and effect. In all cases not covered by the above document, the relevant provisions of the law shall apply. In the case of any doubts or queries, please contact us by sending an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
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