CONTEMPORARY ABSTRACT ARTIST
TERMS AND CONDITIONS
ORDER ACCEPTANCE POLICY
Your receipt of an order confirmation does not signify our formal acceptance of your order, nor does it constitute confirmation of our offer to sell. We reserve the right, at any time after receipt of your order, to accept or decline the order or, in the case of stock shortages, to supply less than the quantity you ordered of any item. Should this happen we will contact you to discuss any changes to your order before proceeding.
All our prices are shown in GB Pounds (Sterling). When you reach the checkout any shipping charges will be added to give you the total amount to be paid.
For International Customers, if you already have a Paypal account and you elect to pay using this method, then the amount due will be shown in your currency of choice when you make the payment in Paypal.
TAXES AND DUTY
We are not liable for any customs or import charges incurred by customers purchasing from outside the UK and Europe. Import duties, customs charges and any other such taxes are levied in the customers' own country and are the sole responsibility of the customer. They are usually collected by the local postal or courier service when they deliver the item in the destination country.
When you make a purchase from this website, all personal information provided by you is used to process your orders, to keep you updated on the progress of your orders and to ensure you get the best possible service. Part of that service is ensuring that we use and store your information as safely and securely as possible.
All online payments are made through Paypal and your payment details are never stored or processed on this website.
Your information is NEVER shared with any 3rd parties.
I offer a no quibbles, money back guarantee on all my products. If you are not happy for any reason, simply return the product in original condition for a full refund. Please send me a message to email@example.com in the first instance to let me know what the problem is.
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