Terms of service
1. Subject matter of the contract
The sole proprietorship fairoase.ch by S. Hartmann (hereinafter fairoase.ch) sells the goods available in the online shop under the following terms and conditions of delivery and shipping.
2. Conclusion of the contract
The contract between the customer and fairoase.ch is concluded when the customer places an order on fairoase.ch. It is an online shop, so the order is placed via the Internet. All steps are clearly visible during the ordering process and the customer is informed of the terms and conditions before the end of the contract and must accept them with a click. As a result, the customer receives an order confirmation, whereupon the order to fairoase.ch is deemed to have been accepted. If the order is rejected by fairoase.ch, no contract has been concluded. Confirmed orders can no longer be canceled by the customer. A contract is only concluded when the goods are sent.
All information about the products on fairoase.ch is non-binding. The image representation of the products may differ from the actual appearance of the goods. Thus, information on color, size and errors in descriptions are reserved.
4. Payment terms
All prices include the statutory VAT. The valid currency is Swiss Francs (CHF). The valid payment options are the specified credit cards (VISA, Mastercard), prepayment, instant transfer with Klarna, PayPal and Apple Pay. Payment is made in advance in all cases. Voucher codes cannot be accumulated.
The dispatch is carried out by fairoase.ch. We send our deliveries free of charge with the Swiss Post within Switzerland and Liechtenstein, unless otherwise stated. The dispatch takes place 1-3 working days after the order, after successful payment of the goods.
We also send by post to Austria, Belgium, Denmark, France, Germany, Italy, Luxembourg, the Netherlands, the United Kingdom and Monaco for an additional charge of CHF 35.00.
Important:All taxes and customs costs are borne by the recipient upon import!If you have any questions, we are happy to help :)
Fairoase.ch is not liable for delays in delivery through no fault of their own, e.g. strikes or force majeure. Fairoase.ch also assumes no liability for delays in delivery by the Swiss Post. Under no circumstances can claims for damages or withdrawal from the contract be made in the event of delays in delivery.
6. Retention of Title
The delivered goods remain the property of fairoase.ch until they have been paid for in full. fairoase.ch is entitled to make a corresponding entry in the retention of title register. If the customer defaults on paying the purchase price, fairoase.ch is entitled to withdraw from the contract (declaration of withdrawal) and to take possession of the goods.
7. Right of return / right of withdrawal
Every return shipment must be sent by email within the return period of 14 days firstname.lastname@example.org be registered. Are excluded from the right of returnPants, socks, tights.As a rule, unannounced returns are not processed. The goods must arrive with us in their original packaging, complete and in perfect condition (including labels) so that they can be accepted and a full reimbursement is granted. The return shipping costs are borne by the buyer. After receipt of the goods, the refund will be made within 30 calendar days, using the payment method selected at the time of purchase.
The customer is required to check the goods received for defects immediately upon receipt and to report these to fairoase.ch within the return period of 14 days. For this, please write an email to email@example.com. We try to find an uncomplicated and satisfactory solution.
8. Intellectual property
All rights regarding design, graphics and texts belong to fairoase.ch.
9. Change and validity of the terms and conditions
At the time the contract is concluded, the currently published version of the terms and conditions applies. These general terms and conditions can be changed at any time by fairoase.ch.
10. Place of jurisdiction
The contract concluded with the customer is subject exclusively to Swiss law. The place of jurisdiction is Zurich.