Payment / Dispatch
Prices; Payment terms / Payment methods
The amounts listed as purchase prices are understood to be the final price and include all pricing elements, including any taxes due. On occasion there can be additional taxes for cross-border deliveries (e.g. in the case of intra-community purchases) and/ or duties (e.g. customs duty), which are to be paid by the customer.
Payment can be made by advance payment, PayPal or credit card. The customer chooses their preferred option from the available payment methods. Your credit card account is charged with the amount on completion of the order.
Where ELYSEE Watches agrees an advance bank transfer with the customer, the customer is obliged to pay the (whole) amount at the latest within ten days of receipt of the payment demand with no discount. If the customer has not paid by the deadline they will immediately be put in payment arrears with no further explanation.
The customer may only exercise retention rights if the counter claim relates to the same contractual relationship.
Delivery Conditions; Transfer of risk
ELYSEE Watches will undertake delivery of the purchased article – as long as there is no other agreement with the customer in place – using the delivery method specified to the delivery address registered by the customer.
Watch delivery is basically free. Is the order value below € 100 the delivery costs in germany are 3,90 € inside EU are 13.90 € and outside the EU 29 €.
ELYSEE Watches will ship the purchased article within two working days of successful payment – unless a shorter or longer delivery time has been expressly requested – if ELYSEE Watches and the customer have agreed to advance payment.
ELYSEE Watches indicates that the risk of accidental loss or damage of the purchased goods passes to the companies selling the goods when they or an authorised person accept the goods, and, for distance selling, to the transport company when the goods are accepted by the delivery person.
For contracts with consumers the risk of accidental loss or damage to the purchased goods only passes to the consumer when the goods are handed over to the consumer; this is also true for distance selling.
The risk of accidental loss or damage to the purchased goods also passes to the customer, even when the customer falls into arrears.