The information below sets out the legalities that relate to consumer law. However we would like to assure everyone that customer service is very important to us and that we treat each case individually and will do our best to help if we can.
Our company name is Nametags4u and we trade as Nametags4u. We are based at 5 Court Mews, London Road, Cheltenham, Gloucestershire GL53 6JQ.
This Policy applies only to customers who are living in the United Kingdom at the time of sale and to contracts made after 1/10/15.
Customers should contact us by email (firstname.lastname@example.org) or by telephone (01242 519191) if they have a complaint about any of the goods supplied under the contract of sale. If possible they should provide an order number together with their name and address.
Goods supplied by us will be delivered by Royal Mail post. If the goods are lost or damaged in transit then we will provide a replacement but in the case of goods lost in the post then a replacement will not be provided until the customer has waited for 10 working days after posting. Before contacting us please check your confirmation email to see if the delivery address is correct.
As we supply personalised labels and other products for the identification of personal belongings and as stated in the Consumer Rights Act 2015, the customer will not benefit from a right to cancel the contract after their order has been received.
We are under a legal duty to supply goods that are in conformity with the contract and which meet the conditions, including those as to quality and fitness for purpose, implied by the Consumer Rights Act 2015.
These conditions apply only to contracts made between ourselves and consumers and not between ourselves and another trader.
If a customer has a complaint as to the quality of any of the goods supplied it may be necessary for us to examine the goods in which case we will, if the customer wishes, supply a stamped self addressed envelope and ask the customer to return them to us for examination. In all cases it is for the customer to prove that the goods are faulty.
Once we have had the opportunity to investigate the complaint and, where relevant, examine the goods, we will contact the customer as soon as possible to notify them of our decision and offer a remedy if appropriate.
If we do not agree that the goods fall below the standard that a reasonable person would consider satisfactory there is no obligation on us to provide a remedy. The consumer may need to seek advice as to their legal rights in those circumstances.
If the customer has mis-used or accidentally caused a problem with the goods then the customer will not be entitled to a remedy.
If we agree that the goods do not meet the conditions of sale including those implied by the Consumer Rights Act 2015 then the following remedies will be offered: