Conditions of use of the website www.blundstone.it
1.1 For the purposes of these conditions of use, the term "Website" refers to the website www.blundstone.it, the official online store of WP. Lavori in Corso Srl.
1.2 For the purposes of these conditions of use, the term "User" refers to the individual, private consumer, who browses the website www.blundstone.it and uses the services offered for personal and non-commercial and non-professional purposes only.
1.3 The term "Owner" refers unequivocally to WP Lavori In Corso Srl (hereafter "WP) with registered office in Via dell’Arcoveggio 59/5, 40129 Bologna, Italy, tax code, VAT number 02370420370 and Business Registration Number of Bologna 02370420370.
1.4 Use of the contents and services of the Website is governed by these conditions of use, the acceptance of which constitutes an agreement between the User and the Owner. Use of the Website presupposes acceptance of these conditions of use.
1.5 Additional regulations and conditions of use of the Website may be established by the Owner: the User must comply with these additional requirements in order to make use of the relevant services.
1.6 The applicable law regarding relationships arising from the use of the Website and the service is Italian law, in light of which the present conditions of use must also be interpreted.
1.7 If a clause of these conditions of use is deemed invalid, unlawful or ineffective this will not result in the invalidity, illegality and ineffectiveness of the remaining clauses.
1.8 The Owner reserves the right to make changes, even substantial, to these conditions of use at any time, duly notifying the User by email. Access to the website after having received notification of changes made implies full acceptance by the User of the new conditions of use.
1.9 The text mentions terms of a specific IT nature, commonly recognised and of unequivocal meaning which, until otherwise expressly requested, are presumed to be known and understood by the user of the portal and the services offered.
2. Subjective requirements.
2.1 The User undertakes not to use the Website or the services if they do not have the ability to act and if in the country of origin there are rules that prohibit the use of the proposed content or mandatory rules contrary to these conditions of use.
3. Additional User obligations.
3.1 The User is required to use the services, whether free and/or following payment, in full compliance with the law, public order, and as established in these conditions of use.
3.2 The User undertakes to provide true, precise and complete information for activation of the account. In particular, the User ensures the truthfulness of the statements made regarding their identity and their personal data.
3.3 The User must keep the login credentials (user ID and password) relating to the account with due care and diligence, and in the event of theft or loss, must promptly notify the Owner by e-mail, writing to firstname.lastname@example.org, requesting the deactivation.
3.4 Failure to provide the communication referred to in paragraph 3.3, all manifestations of will, acts and facts producing legal effects made through the User's account will be attributed to the User.
3.5 If goods are purchased, the User is obliged to accept the "conditions of sale”.
3.6 The sales contract will be entered into between the User and the Manager (TD) who carries out sales account operations for the Owner.
3.7 The User's personal data will be processed by the Owner (according to the methods and purposes described in the information specifically provided to the User) and by the TD Manager limited to the purpose of executing the performance of the contract of sale of the goods (also in this case according to the methods and purposes described in the relative information). In this regard, the User agrees to carefully read the information on the processing of personal data present on the Website.
3.8 It is strictly prohibited for the User to copy or otherwise avail themselves of the contents of the Website, in all its parts, without prejudice to the provisions of copyright and/or industrial property rights.
4. User Responsibility
4.1 If the User violates the provisions of these conditions of use, the Owner reserves the right to adopt any form of protection and to act directly for the compensation of any damages or by impleading the User in the event of the assertion of claims by third parties.
5. Obligations, guarantees and disclaimers of the Owner.
5.1 The Owner undertakes to allow the User to use online services, free of charge or following payment, as well as the communication tools connected to the services, ensuring implementation compatibly with the current state of evolution of the IT tools.
5.2 Without prejudice to the provisions of the previous paragraph, the Owner does not assume any responsibility for any interruption and/or suspension of the service provided and/or other limitation on the usability of the service in its entirety, due to its own technical problems and/or third parties generated by factors or circumstances beyond their control.
5.3 The Owner is not responsible for any use of the Website and the services offered carried out in violation of the law, morality or public order, or in contrast with the provisions of these conditions of use.
5.4 The Owner does not exercise any control over links to other Websites and their content, present on their pages. If the connection can be referred to a website that offers additional services through the Owner, its use will be governed by the conditions of use prepared by the service provider.
5.5 The Owner is not liable for any damages and/or losses and/or malfunctions and/or prejudices of any kind that may arise to the User's electronic computer from the use of the service provided by the same, nor for any contamination of the computer system deriving from the access, interconnection, downloading of material and IT programmes from the portal. The relevant repair/restoration costs remain the responsibility of the User.
6. Intellectual property
6.1. The Website is protected by current Italian legislation on copyright and intellectual property rights. All content, in any format, published on the Website, including web pages, graphics, colours, tools, fonts and website design, diagrams, layouts, methods, are to be understood as owned exclusively by WP Lavori in Corso Srl, both in terms of intellectual property and economic exploitation.
6.2. Reproduction of the Website and its contents, in full or in part, is prohibited in any form, without the explicit written approval of WP Lavori in Corso Srl, which has the exclusive right to authorise or prohibit the direct or indirect, temporary or permanent reproduction, in any way or form, whether in full or in part, of the Website and its contents. Such reproductions will be carried out for lawful purposes and in accordance with copyright and other intellectual property rights of WP Lavori in Corso Srl and the authors of each single work.
7. Final provisions
7.1 The Owner reserves the unilateral right to modify, suspend or interrupt the services, whether free or following payment, as well as the modification, suspension or interruption of the account and of any communication tools connected to it of the single User.
8. Jurisdiction and Competent court
8.1 Use of the services provided by the Owner through the portal is not authorised in jurisdictions that do not recognise the validity of all the provisions set out in these conditions of use, including but not limited to this paragraph.
8.2 Notwithstanding the requirements of the law, the Court of Bologna will have exclusive jurisdiction over any disputes concerning the validity and execution of these conditions of use.
8.3 However, the Owner reserves the right to take legal action before foreign judicial and administrative authorities or districts other than Bologna, if deemed necessary to protect his own interests and/or those of his Users
Payments may be made on the www.blundstone.it website by advance transfer of funds, PayPal and credit or debit card issued by: Visa/Visa Electron Mastercard/Maestro Other payment methods, which may differ in different countries.
Every purchase takes place in perfect security thanks to use of the most advanced e-commerce technologies and encoding systems (SSL) for protecting your personal data and credit card information against unauthorised access.
When you place an order, your credit card data will be sent to Adyen and protected against unauthorised access by SSL ('Secure Socket Layer') encrypted data transfer, rendering the data inaccessible to third parties.
When you have completed your order, you will receive a confirmation e-mail containing your Order Number and a summary of your purchase. You will be able to check the status of your order at any time in the appropriate section of your profile.
This policy describes the nature of processing carried out by WP Lavori in Corso S.r.l. – with registered office at Via dell’Arcoveggio 59/5, 40129, Bologna – Tax Code, VAT No. IT02370420370, Bologna Business Register registration number BO006-34351 – in relation to www.blundstone.itwebsite navigation data.
What personal data do we collect?
Cookies are small text files that are sent by visited websites to the user´s computer (usually to the user´s browser) where they are stored to be then re-transmitted to the websites on the user´s subsequent visits to those websites (so-called first party cookies). When navigating a website, a user may also receive cookies from other websites or web servers (so-called third party cookies). This happens because the visited website may contain items such as images, maps, sound files, links to individual web pages on domains that are located on servers other than the one where the page being visited is stored. In other words, they are those cookies set by a browser other than the one being used.
Cookies may have a duration limited to a single browsing session (so-called session cookies), in which case they are automatically deleted when the user closes the browser. Cookies can have an expiry date, in which case they remain stored and active on your hard disk until the expiry date, continuing to collect information during different browsing sessions (so-called persistent cookies).
Cookies are used for different functions. Some are necessary to allow you to browse the Site and use its functions (so-called technical cookies). Others are used to make navigating the Site easier, to better adapt pages loaded and products to the user’s interests, as well as compile aggregated, anonymous statistical information about the number of users visiting the Site and how it is used (so-called tracking or analytic cookies). Lastly, others are used to create user profiles and show targeted advertisements based on their tastes and consumer habits (so-called profiling cookies).
The Site makes use of the following types of cookie: Essential technical cookies: necessary to ensure the proper functioning of the site, enabling the user to browse web pages and share content, and storage of users’ authentication credentials. Without this type of cookie, we cannot supply the services for which users access the site. Statistics cookies: help website owners understand how users interact with the site, and then analyse the information obtained to improve its function, as well as create content more in line with the user’s preferences. Information collected by these cookies is not connected to the user’s personal data, and to carry out such functions we use the services of third parties which anonymise the data, making it not attributable to individuals. Third party profiling cookies: these are cookies provided by third parties that enable content to be shared through social networks and have a more personalised browsing experience based on preferences shown during browsing. Use of these cookies is regulated by the third party sites’ data protection policies, links to which are listed below together with instructions for disabling them. Cookie settings may also be changed to prevent the installation of third party cookies. Instructions for managing cookies on the most commonly used browsers are available at the links given below:
Alternatively, to disable all or certain cookies, you can use the tools indicated below. Disabling the cookies we make use of could worsen your browser experience, preventing you from efficiently accessing certain parts of the site or personalised information when you next visit it. Remember to synchronise your browser settings across all your devices so they all reflect your preferences with regard to cookies. For more information about cookies you can connect to the site www.youronlinechoices.com (limited to the services identified by that platform), to get information on how to delete or manage cookies based on the browser used and to set preferences for using those of third parties www.youronlinechoices.eu/it/ To disable analytic cookies and prevent Google Analytics from collecting data based on your browsing, you can download the browser add-on for deactivating Google Analytics: https://tools.google.com/dlpage/gaoptout.
For what purposes do we use your personal data? The Data Controller processes personal data for the following purposes: - to manage the correct use of the website; - to evaluate, in statistical form, how users interact with the website; - to collect information regarding users’ choices as they browse the web; - to analyse users’ preferences; - to ascertain any offenses committed by users to the detriment of third parties or the site owner.
- to comply with European and national legislation, as well as the provisions of the Supervisory Authority.
Why is the processing we carry out lawful? Personal data processing carried out by the Data Controller is lawful because it is based on the consent given by the party concerned during the browsing experience. What methods are used by the Data Controller to process your personal data and how long is the data retained? Your personal data is processed both manually and using electronic devices (servers, database in cloud, application software etc.). The Data Controller retains the user’s personal information in line with certain fundamental criteria set out hereafter, in particular with regard to the purposes for collection and the limitation period prescribed by law.
Who do we disclose personal data to?
Within the Data Controller’s organization Personal data is disclosed only to the Data Controller’s employees and freelancers who need to access it in order to provide the services requested, such access being limited exclusively to information closely related and essential to doing so. Specifically: - IT personnel.
Our employees and freelancers have been informed about the importance of keeping personal data absolutely confidential. The Data Controller takes all necessary steps to remind them of their responsibilities with regard to the protection of personal data. Suppliers of services The Data Controller shares personal data with some suppliers that assist it in providing the services you have requested: - third parties that provide website management support services.
Whenever third parties access the data, they do so in compliance with current legislation on personal data protection and the instructions given by the Data Controller. Legal requirements We do not give other third parties access to personal information except when same is required by law or by an Authority. What are your rights as data subject and how can you exercise them? As a data subject, you are guaranteed specific rights by the European Regulation on personal data protection (2016/679). Each time your data is processed, you may exercise the following rights: - Right of access: you have the right to obtain a copy of the personal data in our possession and which is subject to processing; - Right to rectification: you have the right to rectify your personal data stored by the Data Controller if it is inaccurate or incomplete; - Right to object to processing of personal data for marketing purposes: you may request the Data Controller to stop sending marketing material at any time; - Right to object to exclusively automated decision-making: you may request not to be subject to decisions based exclusively on automated processing, including profiling; - Right to revoke consent given: you have the right to revoke consent given for particular processing at any time; - Right to lodge a complaint with the Personal Data Protection Authority: you have the right to lodge a complaint with the Personal Data Protection Authority if you have doubts about the personal data processing carried out by the Data Controller. Furthermore, under certain circumstances you may exercise the following rights: - Right to erasure (right to be forgotten): you may request the Data Controller to erase your personal data when it is no longer necessary for the purpose it was originally processed, and there are no legitimate interests or legal provisions that require its continuation; - Right to object to specific processing: you may request the Data Controller to cease carrying out specific processing of your personal data; - Right to restrict processing: you have the right to request the Data Controller to restrict processing of your personal data; Right to data portability: you have the right to obtain a copy of yourpersonal data in a structured, computerized format that can be transferred to another Data Controller
Should you wish to exercise your rights, please write to the following address, specifying your request and providing us with the information necessary to identify you (also by attaching a copy of your I.D.): WP Lavori in Corso S.r.l. – headquarters at Via dell’Arcoveggio 59/5 – 40129 – Bologna - email@example.com The Data Controller will get back to you within a month. If for any reason we are not able to comply, we will provide you with a detailed explanation of the reason why we cannot fulfill your request.
How to contact us
The purpose of this policy statement is to inform users about which personal data is collected by the Data Controller and how it is processed. If you require further clarification, please contact us at the following addresses: WP Lavori in Corso S.r.l. – registered office at Via dell’Arcoveggio 59/5 – 40129 – Bologna – firstname.lastname@example.org
WP Lavori in corso S.r.l. has appointed a Personal Data Protection Officer, whose details can be found on www.blundstone.it, who can be contacted at email@example.com if you have any questions or doubts about the nature and methods of processing carried out.
NOTICE OF RIGHT TO WITHDRAWAL – LEGAL GUARANTEE OF CONFORMITY AND RETURN OF DEFECTIVE OR NONCONFORMING PRODUCTS
If you are not satisfied with your purchase for any reason, you may return the products within 14 days of receiving your order.
Upon receiving your order, wait 24 hours to ensure that the order has been registered as delivered in your personal account; once it has been updated, you will be able to request a return.
If you have already registered for our web site, you may request a return directly in your personal area. If you have not registered, request a return by clicking on the “Guest user” link below.
Follow these simple steps to return the product delivered to you:
1. Wait 24 hours after receiving the order, then log on to your account here: Login. Click on "My Orders", and then on "Request a Return ". Select the order containing the articles you wish to return or replace, specifying your request and the reason for it.
Remember that we will only replace products delivered damaged, faulty or incorrectly: we will not accept returns for size changes.
2. Check your e-mail; you will receive a confirmation e-mail with a product return form containing a Return Merchandise Authorisation (RMA) Code, information on how to contact the courier who will come to pick up the package, and the address of our warehouse to print out and apply to the outside of the box containing the products you wish to return.
If you choose to use our courier, the cost of the service will be subtracted from the amount refunded for the product.
Would you like to print out your Return Form again? You can download it directly from your account, going to your "My Returns" area. Select the Return Merchandise Authorisation (RMA) Code, view the request and click on "Download Return Form (PDF).
3. Place the products in their original packaging: products must be returned in the condition in which they were received, perfectly conserved, complete with all their parts, unused, in their original packaging, with any manuals that may have been provided and with labels and tags still attached.
Our warehouser will inspect returned articles to make sure they have been returned in perfect condition, and charge you for any decrease in the value of the goods, refunding you only the residual value of the Product.
4. Print out the return form and place it inside the box containing the products to be returned. Apply the label with the address of our warehouse to the outside of the box.
5. Send the goods to be returned to the following address:
Triboo Digitale srl, c/o T.W.S. Logistica s.r.l Via Meucci snc 20854 Vedano al Lambro ( MB ) ITALY
6. Keep the shipping receipt.
7. When we receive the returned goods, we will refund you by the same method of payment as you used to make your purchase (credit card, prepaid card, PayPal, etc.) or by transfer of funds to your bank account.
LEGAL GUARANTEE OF CONFORMITY – RETURN OF DAMAGED, DEFECTIVE OR INCORRECT GOODS
You are entitled to obtain repair or replacement of defective and/or nonconforming goods, or an alternative remedy in the cases expressly identified in art. 130 of Legislative Decree no. 206/2005.
If you have received a damaged, nonconforming, defective or incorrect item, you may request repair, replacement or a refund for the article within 2 (two) months of discovering the fault. Under European Directive 44/99/CE and art. 128 et seq. of Italian Legislative Decree no. 206/2005 (the Consumer Code), the products you have purchased are covered by a legal guarantee of conformity covering defects in product conformity for a maximum of 24 (twenty-four) months from delivery.
Given the regulations applied by national authorities to try to contain the spread of Covid-19, standard delivery times may be affected.
Products purchased on www.blundstone.it are normally delivered within 5 working days of placing the order in Italy and the EU, 8 days in the rest of the world.
Delivery may be delayed in the event of holidays, as couriers do not deliver on Christmas Day, Boxing Day, New Year’s Day or on weekends
If you paid for the order with your credit card, in addition to the regular shipping time, you must allow one working day for regular administrative checks. Orders paid for by transfer of funds will be shipped upon receiving confirmation that payment has been received
Without prejudice to the provisions of article 14 of the General Conditions of Sale, if you want information on the possibility of joining the European ODR Platform for the alternative resolution of disputes that may arise in relation to purchases made on our site , or you intend to start a new alternative resolution procedure through the European ODR Platform, access the following link: http://ec.europa.eu/odr.
General sales conditions
General terms and conditions of sale
Date of publication on the website and entry into force 09/02/2020
1.1. These general terms and conditions of sale (hereinafter also referred to as the "Conditions") apply to the purchase of products of the BLUNDSTONE brand (hereinafter referred to as "Product" or “Products”) from the e-commerce website www.blundstone.it (hereinafter referred to as the “Website”) by users identified as “Consumers” pursuant to article 1.2 which follows. The Website, owned by WP Lavori in Corso Srl (hereinafter referred to as “Owner”), with registered office in via dell’Arcoveggio 59/5, Bologna Italy, Italian Tax code 02370420370, VAT number 02370420370 and registration number BO006-34351 in the Business Register of Bologna, is managed by Triboo Digitale Srl - a company of the Triboo group - with registered office in Viale Sarca 336, Milan 20126, Italy, Italian Tax Code/VAT number and Business Register of Milan registration number 02912880966 (hereinafter referred to as “TRIBOO DIGITALE”).
1.2. TRIBOO DIGITALE is responsible for the sale of Products via the Website. The parties involved in the purchase of Products via the Website will be TRIBOO DIGITALE, as the seller (hereinafter referred to as the "Seller"), and the person who proceeds to purchase one or more Products for purposes not related to their business, commercial, artisan or professional activity, as the buyer (hereinafter referred to as the "Consumer"), (the Seller and Consumer will hereinafter be referred to collectively as the "Parties").
1.3. The Seller and the Consumer are aware that the Owner is not party to these Terms and Conditions, but rather is the sole owner of the rights to the Website domain name, logos and brands, related to the Products presented on the Website, as well as owner of the copyright for the graphics, relative layouts and Website content.
1.4. Any Consumer communication connected and/or related to the purchase of the Products, including any notifications, complaints, requests concerning the purchase and/or delivery of the Products, exercising the right of withdrawal, etc., must be sent to the Seller at their addresses and in the manner indicated on the Website and to the e-mail address firstname.lastname@example.org.
1.5. Each purchase is governed by the general terms and conditions of sale in the version that is published on the Website at the time the order is transmitted by the Consumer.
1.6. The Website is dedicated to retailing and, as such, is intended solely for use by the Consumer. Those who are not Consumers are asked to not make purchases. If one or more sales are made by a subject who does not qualify under the definition of a Consumer, these Conditions will apply, notwithstanding the provisions contained therein:
a) the buyer will not be granted the right of withdrawal referred to in article 10;
b) the buyer will not be entitled to any benefit from the Product warranty indicated in article 8;
c) the buyer will not have the right to any other protections provided here in favour of the Consumer, which reflect or comply with the mandatory provisions of the law;
d) the sales contract stipulated between the Seller and the buyer will be governed by Italian law, with the exclusion of the United Nations Convention on Contracts for the International Sale of Goods - Vienna Convention of 1980.
1.7. By transmitting the purchase order, the Consumer accepts that confirmation of the information relating to the order and these Conditions are sent by e-mail to the address provided by the Consumer when registering with the Website or during the purchase process.
1.8. To make a purchase from the Website, the Consumer must be of legal age (18 years old) and capable of accepting responsibility for their actions, which the Consumer declares to be true.
1.9. The Consumer is solely responsible for any costs incurred for connection to the Website via the Internet, including telephone costs, according to the rates applied by the operator selected by the Consumer.
2. Product features and their availability in the various geographic areas
2.1. The Products are sold as they are described on the Website and according to the Terms and Conditions published on the Website at the time the Consumer confirms the order, excluding any other terms or conditions.
2.2. The Seller reserves the right to modify these Conditions at any time, at their discretion, without the need to provide any prior notice to users of the Website. Any changes made will enter into force from the date of publication on the Website and will apply solely to sales concluded from that date forward.
2.3. The prices, the Products for sale on the Website and/or their specifications, may be subject to change without notice. These changes only affect orders which have not been confirmed on the date the change was made. In any event, prior to sending the purchase order, pursuant to paragraph 3 below, the Consumer is asked to confirm the final sale price.
2.4 The Website can be accessed from all over the world. However, the Products available on the Website can only be purchased by users who request their delivery in one of the Countries indicated on the Website.
3. Method of purchasing the Products - Completion of each individual purchase agreement
3.1. The presentation of Products on the Website, which is not binding for the Seller, represents a simple invitation to the Consumer to formulate a proposal for a purchase agreement and is not an offer to the public.
3.2. The purchase order sent by the Consumer to the Seller through the Website has the value of a proposal for a purchase agreement and is governed by these Terms and Conditions, which form an integral part of the order itself and which the Consumer, by transmitting the order to the Seller, must accept in full and without reservation. Prior to proceeding with the purchase of Products, by sending the purchase order, the Consumer is asked to carefully read these Terms and Conditions and the information regarding the right of withdrawal, to print a copy using the print command and to save or reproduce a copy for their personal use. Furthermore, the Consumer will be requested to identify and correct any errors made when entering their personal data.
3.3. The Consumer purchase order is accepted by the Seller by sending an e-mail confirming the order itself to the Consumer, to the e-mail address they have provided at the time of registering on the Website, or transmission of the order if the Consumer is not registered on the Website. The email confirmation will contain a link to these Terms and Conditions, a summary of the order made, including detailed information of the price, shipping costs and applicable taxes, as well as the description of the characteristics of the Product ordered by the Consumer. The order placed by the Consumer, the Seller's order confirmation and the Conditions applicable to the relationship between the Parties will be electronically stored by the Seller in their computer systems. The Consumer may request a copy by sending an e-mail communication to the Seller at email@example.com.
3.4. Each Product purchase agreement is deemed concluded the moment the Consumer receives the order confirmation from the Seller via email.
4. Procedure to select and purchase Products
4.1. The Consumer can purchase the Products present on the Website by selecting the desired Product and adding it to the virtual basket. Once the Consumer has completed their selection, to complete the purchase of the Products in the basket the Consumer will be asked to (i) register on the Website by providing the information requested or, (ii) enter their details if the Consumer has already registered or, (iii) provide their own information to complete the order and allow the agreement to be finalised. If the information provided in the order is different from the information entered when registering on the Website, the Consumer will be required to confirm their personal information (by way of example, but not limited to: name, surname, etc.), as well as the address where the selected Products are to be delivered, the billing address and, optionally, a telephone number where the Consumer can be contacted for any notifications relative to their purchase. The Consumer will then see a summary of the order, the contents of which can be modified. Next, after having carefully read these Terms and Conditions, the Consumer must accept them by checking the box on the Website. Lastly, the Consumer will be asked to confirm their order by clicking the “Place order" button which will then be definitively sent to the Seller and the effects as indicated in paragraph 3.2. of this agreement will be implemented. The Consumer will also be asked to choose the shipping method, and the payment method, from those displayed. If the Consumer selects the immediate payment method (at time of purchase) by credit card, PayPal or instant bank transfer, they will be required to provided the relevant data via a secure connection. For accounting and administrative purposes, the Seller reserves the right to verify the general information provided by the Consumer. If payment is made by credit card, the cost of the purchase will only be charged when the order confirmation is sent by the Seller to the Consumer.
4.2. In the event that during the Product selection procedure on the Site pursuant to art. 4.1 above, the Consumer should notice that the price of one or more of the Products he/she intends to select and purchase is clearly lower than the standard applicable price, net of any discounts and/or promotions in force at that time, due to a technical problem that has occurred on the Site, the Consumer is kindly requested not to proceed with the purchase order and report the technical error to the Seller's Customer Care service by e-mail to the following address mail firstname.lastname@example.org
5. Delivery of the goods and acceptance
5.1. The Website will display Product availability and the relevant delivery times, however, this information is to be considered purely indicative and is not binding for the Seller.
5.2 The Seller undertakes to do everything within their powers in order to respect the delivery times indicated on the Website and, in any event, complete delivery in a maximum time of 30 (thirty) days from the date following that on which the Consumer placed the order. If the Seller is unable to fulfil the order due to Product unavailability, even temporary, the Seller will send a written communication to the Consumer and refund any sums already paid by the Consumer for payment of the Product, pursuant to the following paragraph 5.3. If the Consumer has chosen to pay by bank transfer, the delivery time will begin from the moment that the Seller receives the payment.
5.3. The shipment of Products ordered by the Consumer will take place in the manner selected by the Consumer, from those available and displayed on the Website at the time the order is made. The Consumer undertakes to promptly check, and in the shortest possible period, that the delivery includes all and ONLY the Products purchased, and to immediately inform the Seller of any fault found in the Products received or any discrepancies with the order made, in accordance with that referred to in the following paragraph 8 of these Terms and Conditions. If the Consumer fails to act as indicated, the Products will be deemed accepted. If the packaging or wrapping of the Products ordered by the Consumer arrive at their destination with obvious signs of damage, the Consumer is requested to refuse delivery from the carrier/courier, or to accept the delivery “with reservation".
6. Prices, shipping costs, taxes
6.1. The Product price is that displayed on the Website at the time the order is made by the Consumer. The prices include the standard costs of packaging, VAT (if applicable) and any indirect taxes (if applicable). Prices do not include shipping costs which are calculated prior to confirmation of the order sent by the Seller to the Consumer and which the Consumer agrees to pay the Seller in addition to the price indicated on the Website.
6.2. The Consumer must pay the total price to the Seller, as shown on both the order and in the order confirmation sent via e-mail by the Seller to the Consumer.
6.3. If the Products are to be delivered to a country other than the European Union, the total price indicated on the order and reiterated on the order confirmation, including indirect taxes (where applicable) is net of any customs duties and any other sales tax charges that the Consumer agrees to pay from this time (where applicable), in addition to the price indicated in the order and confirmed in the order confirmation, in accordance with the law of the country where the products are to be delivered. The Consumer is advised to contact the competent authorities of their country of residence or destination of the products in order to obtain information on any duties or taxes applied to the products in their country of residence or destination.
6.4. The Consumer undertakes to pay all and any further costs, charges, taxes and/or duties applied by the destination country for whatever reason to any Products ordered on the basis of these Conditions.
6.5. The Consumer declares that a lack of knowledge of the costs, charges, duties, taxes and/or duties referred to in the previous paragraphs 6.3. and 6.4. above, at the time the order is sent to the Seller, may not represent cause for termination of this contract and that none of the above costs may be charged to the Seller.
7.1. The payment of the price of Products purchased through the Website must be made within 10 (ten) days from the date of transmission of the Order Confirmation from the Seller to the Consumer. The Consumer expressly agrees that the Seller's performance on the Contract will commence upon the crediting of the price of the Product(s) purchased on the Seller's current account.
7.2. Payment can be issued with credit card, bank transfer or PayPal, under the conditions described below. The Seller may allow additional payment methods, indicating them in the Payments section of the Website.
7.3. Where payment is requested by credit card, the Consumer will be transferred to a secure website and their credit card details will be communicated directly to Global Collect Service BV, with registered office in Amsterdam (Netherlands), via Planetenweg 43-49, 2132 HF, Hoofddrop, registered with the Chamber of Commerce of Amsterdam with number 34140462, an operator that deals with payments via credit card on behalf of the Seller. The data transmitted will be sent securely, via the encrypted transfer of data with the SSL 128-bit system (SecureSocketLayer). This data is not accessible, even to the Seller.
7.4. If payment be issued through bank transfer in favour of the Seller, the Consumer must indicate the “Swift” and “IBAN” codes indicated in the order confirmation.
7.5. If required to do so by law, the Seller must promptly send the Consumer an email to the address provided with an electronic copy of the receipt for the purchase made if the Products are for delivery within Italy, or a hard copy of the same attached to the Products purchased in all other cases.
8. Seller's Legal Warranty Compliance, Reporting of Defective Compliance and Warranty Intervention
8.1. According to, and for the purposes of, European Directive 44/99/EC and Italian Legislative Decree 206/2005 (hereafter "Consumer Code"), the Seller provides a guarantee to the Consumer that the Products will be free of defects in design and material and will comply with the descriptions published on the Website for a period of 2 (two) years from the date of delivery of the Products to the Consumer. It is not possible to apply any warranty in case of use or washing of the Product that is not in conformity with the Product's own instructions and the instructions/warnings provided by the Seller and/or the Owner, or are included in the reference documentation, in leaflets, or on the labels.
8.2. Under penalty of forfeiture of this warranty, the Consumer undertakes to notify the Customer Service of the Seller, by sending an email to email@example.com reporting any faults and non-conformities within 2 (two) months from identification of the same, sending the appropriate form, complete in all its parts [click here to download the return form for a faulty product], indicating the fault and/or non-conformity found, as well as the relative documentation indicated on the returns form (at least 1 (one) photograph of the Product, the order confirmation sent by the Seller and/or the receipt).
8.3. Upon receipt of the form and relative proof, the Seller will assess the defects and non-compliances notified by the Consumer via the Owner’s assistance service. After quality checks have been carried out to ascertain the non-compliance of the Product, the Seller will decide whether or not to authorise return of the Product/s, sending the Consumer a form with a “Returns code” to the email address provided during registration on the Website or during the purchase procedure. Authorisation to return the Product/s in no way represents recognition of defects or non-compliances, the existence of which will be ascertained after receipt of the goods by the Seller. The Product/s authorised for return by the Seller must be returned by the Consumer, together with a copy of the relative authorisation bearing the “Returns code”, within 30 (thirty) days from notification of the defect or non-compliance, to the following address: TRIBOO DIGITALE Srl., c/o T.W.S. Logistica s.r.l, Via Meucci snc, 20854 Vedano al Lambro ( MB ) ITALY.
8.4. In the case of faults or non-conformities, the Consumer is entitled to Product conformity being restored by the Seller, through repair or replacement, or to alternative remedies in the cases expressly provided for by art. 130 of Italian Legislative Decree 206/2005.
If the Seller is required to refund the amount paid to the Consumer, this refund will, when possible, be made using the same payment method used by the Consumer for purchase of the Product or by bank transfer. It is the responsibility of the Consumer to notify the Seller of the bank details for the transfer, by sending an e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org, and to ensure that the Seller is put in a position to be able to return the amount due.
9. Liability for damage caused by defective products
9.1. For any damage caused by defectiveness of the Products, the provisions referred to in European Directive 85/374/EEC and the Consumer Code will apply. The Seller, as distributor of the Products through the Website, is relieved of any and all liability, none excluded and/or excepted, indicating, at the request of the Consumer, the identity and domicile of the relative producer.
10. Right of withdrawal
10.1 Without prejudice to the exceptions referred to in Article 59 of the Consumer Code, the Consumer will have the right to withdraw from any contract stipulated under these Terms and Conditions, without having to provide any reason and without any penalty, within the term of 14 (fourteen) days (i) from the delivery of the product or (ii) when the last product is delivered in the case of the purchase of several products delivered separately within a single order.
10.2 To exercise the right of withdrawal, the Consumer must inform Triboo Digitale, prior to the expiry of the term referred to in paragraph 10.1 above, of the decision by accessing the "My returns" page from My Account or, if not registered on the website, by accessing the dedicated page and entering the order number and the e-mail address with which the purchase was made. Alternatively, the Consumer may send an explicit declaration to Triboo Digitale via the contact form or to the e-mail address email@example.com, of their decision to withdraw using the attached withdrawal form [link al modulo di reso per esercizio del diritto di recesso].
10.3 Following the events as indicated in paragraph 10.2 above, the Consumer will receive an email confirming the withdrawal and the return form to be included in the package (if the product ordered has already been received) together with the instructions of how to return the product, to be sent within the following 14 days to:
Triboo Digitale srl, c/o T.W.S. Logistica s.r.l Via Meucci snc 20854 Vedano al Lambro ( MB ) ITALY
10.4 If the Consumer has already received the Product, it must be returned to Triboo Digitale as soon as possible and, in any case, within 14 (fourteen) days from the date of withdrawal. To comply with this term, the Consumer must return the goods before the 14-day period expires. The risks and direct costs of returning the goods, as well as the proof of this, will be paid by the Consumer. If the Consumer exercises the right of withdrawal through the Website, before confirmation of the withdrawal request, the consumer will be charged for the cost of returning the goods if the return service offered by the Website is used.
10.5 In the event of withdrawal, the Consumer will be refunded the payments made, including delivery charges (with the exception of any additional costs if a different delivery method was selected from the least expensive standard delivery available), without undue delay and, in any case, no later than 14 (fourteen) days from the date of withdrawal. Refunds of this nature will be made using the same method of payment used by the Consumer for the initial transaction, unless the Consumer requests a refund by a different method of payment, in which case the Consumer will incur any additional costs arising from the different method of payment. The refund may be delayed until the returned goods are received by the Seller or until the Seller receives confirmation from the Consumer that the goods have been shipped, whichever is sooner.
10.6 The Consumer will only be liable for any diminished value of the goods resulting from the handling of the goods other than what is necessary to establish the nature, features and operation of the goods. Therefore, if the returned goods are damaged (for example, with signs of wear, abrasion, scratches, dents, deformities, etc.), not complete with all their components and accessories (including labels and tags, unaltered and attached to the product), are not accompanied by the instructions/notes/manuals, original boxes and packaging, and the Warranty Certificate, where applicable, the Consumer will be liable for the decrease in the value of the goods and will be entitled to a refund of the amount equal to the residual value of the Product. To this end, the Consumer is encouraged not to handle the goods beyond what is strictly necessary to establish the nature, features and operation of the same and to cover the original packaging of the Products with other protective packaging that preserves its integrity, and also protects it during transport from any writing or labels.
11. Intellectual property rights
11.1. The Consumer states they are aware that all the trademarks, names, and any distinctive signs, names, images, photographs, written text or graphics used on the Website or relating to the Products are and remain the exclusive property of WP Lavori in Corso Srl, and/or of its assignees, without access to the Website and/or purchase of Products resulting in any rights over the same.
11.2. The contents of the Website may not be reproduced, in part or in its entirety, transferred by electronic or conventional means, modified, or used for any purpose without the prior written consent of WP Lavori in Corso Srl.
12. Consumer data and the protection of privacy
12.2. The Consumer declares and ensures that the data provided to the Seller during the registration and purchase process is accurate and true.
12.3. The Consumer may at any time update and/or modify their personal data provided to the Seller through the relevant "My Account" section of the Website accessible after authentication.
13.2. The Seller, with regard to the records relating to payments by credit card, uses the services of the company Global Collect Service BV which adopts technological systems that aim to ensure the highest levels of reliability, security, protection and confidentiality in the transmission of information via the web.
14. Applicable law, attempt at conciliation and competent court
14.1. Each sales contract concluded between the Seller and the Consumer, pursuant to these Conditions, will be governed and interpreted in accordance with Italian law and in particular by the Consumer Code, with specific reference to the rules on distance contracts and Italian Legislative Decree 70 dated 09/04/2003 on certain aspects of electronic commerce. In any case, the rights that may be attributed to Consumer will be protected by legally binding provisions in the current law of their State.
14.2. In the case of disputes between the Seller and Consumer, the Seller guarantees participation in an attempt to pursue friendly conciliation which each Consumer may initiate before RisolviOnline, an independent and institutional service provided by the Chamber of Arbitration of the Chamber of Commerce of Milan, which allows for reaching a satisfactory agreement with the help of a neutral and competent mediator, in a friendly and secure manner on the internet. For more information regarding RisolviOnline regulations or to send a request for mediation, visit www.risolvionline.com.
14.3. As an alternative to the conciliation attempt referred to in paragraph 14.2 above, the Consumer also has the right to access the European Online Dispute Resolution platform (the European ODR Platform) for the resolution of any dispute between Seller and Consumer. The European ODR Platform is developed and managed by the European Council implementing Directive 2013/11/EU and Regulation (EU) 524/2013, to provide out-of-court solutions that are independent, impartial, transparent, simple, efficient, fast and low-cost ways of resolving domestic and cross-border disputes arising from online sales or service contracts between a Consumer residing in the EU and a professional residing in the EU by means of the intervention of an ADR entity (Alternative Dispute Resolution) providing such services, as seen in the list provided. For further information on the European ODR Platform, or to start an alternative resolution concerning the dispute relating to this contract, please use the following link: http://ec.europa.eu/odr. The Seller's email address to be indicated on the European ODR Platform is as follows: firstname.lastname@example.org.
14.4. If an attempt to conciliation referred to in paragraph 14.2 or 14.3 above is not adhered to or if this attempt should have a negative outcome, the dispute will be referred to the judge of the place of residence or domicile of the Consumer.