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1 Definitions

1.1 "Company" means School Fundraising Limited, trading as School Fundraising, registered in England and Wales under number 06589917

1.2 "Contract" means the terms of this document "Customer" means the person, firm or corporation with whom the Contract is made

1.3 "Goods" means the goods or services or any part of them to be supplied to the Customer by the supplier under the Contract

1.4 "Supplier" means the person firm or corporation who supplies the Goods under the Contract to the Customer

2 Formation of the Contract

2.1 The Company acts only as an introducer between the Customer and the Supplier and in all cases the Contract for the supply of the actual goods or services is between the Customer and the Supplier.

2.2 These terms and conditions of sale apply to all Goods supplied by the Supplier to the Customer, unless you are notified otherwise by the Supplier.

2.3 No Contract exists between the Customer and the Supplier for the sale of any Goods until the Supplier has received and accepted the Customer's order and sends the Customer confirmation in writing by email to the email address given by the Customer. Once the Supplier does so, there is a binding legal Contract between the Supplier and the Customer.

2.4 The Contract is subject to the Customer's right of cancellation as detailed in clause 6 below unless otherwise agreed with the Supplier.

2.5 The Company may change these terms and conditions of sale without notice to the Customer in relation to future sales by changing these terms on this site.

3 Description and price of the Goods

3.1 Every effort is made to ensure that prices shown on the Company's website are accurate. The description and price of the Goods which the Customer orders will be as shown on the Supplier's website at the time the Customer places an order.

3.2 In addition to the price, the Customer may be required to pay a delivery charge for the Goods.

3.3 The price of the Goods and delivery charges are inclusive of VAT.

3.4 The Goods are subject to availability. If on receipt of the Customer's order the Goods which the Customer has ordered are not available in stock, or for some reason the service is not available, the Supplier will inform the Customer as soon as possible, and refund or re-credit the Customer for any sum that has been paid by the Customer or debited from the Customer's credit card for the Goods.

4 Payment

4.1 Payment for the Goods and delivery charges can be made by any method shown on the Supplier's website at the time the Customer places an order. School Fundraising, being purely an introducer, does not take payment itself on behalf of the Supplier.

4.2 Payment of the sales price, together with any carriage costs and taxes that may be applicable are due from the Customer to the Supplier prior to delivery of the Goods.

5 Delivery

5.1 The Goods which the Customer orders will be delivered to the address the Customer gives when the Customer places an order with the Supplier. Deliveries are not made outside the United Kingdom, unless the Supplier has specifically agreed in writing to arrange for delivery outside the United Kingdom.

5.2 If there is no one at the address given who is competent to accept delivery of the Goods, the Customer will be notified of an alternative delivery date or a place to collect the Goods.

5.3 Every effort will be made by the Supplier to deliver the Goods within the period stated on the Supplier's website. Neither the Company nor the Supplier will be liable for any loss or damage suffered by the Customer through any reasonable or unavoidable delay in delivery.

5.4 The Supplier (and not the Company) is responsible for all compliance with any distance selling or other such regulations that may apply

5.5 The Customer will become the owner of the Goods ordered and responsible for risk of loss of or damage to them once they have been delivered to the Customer and payment in full has been received by the Supplier.

6 Right of Cancellation and Returns Policy

6.1 If the Goods are damaged or wrongly supplied the Customer must give written notice to the Supplier within 7 days of delivery. The Supplier will arrange as its option to refund or replace the Goods. There is no other right of cancellation or return unless you are a consumer (within the definition used by English law) in which case the Supplier is responsible for giving the Customer the appropriate information.

7 Warranty

7.1 All Goods supplied by the Supplier are warranted by them as detailed by them separately.

7.2 This warranty does not apply to any defect in the Goods arising from fair wear and tear, wilful damage, accident, negligence by the Customer or any third party, use otherwise than as recommended by the Supplier, failure to follow the Supplier's instructions, or any alteration or repair carried out without the Supplier's approval.

7.3 If the Goods supplied to the Customer develop a defect while under warranty, or the Customer has any other complaint about the Goods, the Customer should notify the Supplier in writing at the address, fax number or email address shown on their site or supplied by them.

8 Liability

8.1 The Company does not accept any liability for Goods as introducers for Suppliers or for any aspect of the relationship between the Customer and the Supplier.

8.2 The Customer agrees that the Company is only an introducer to Suppliers and the Customer will take its own advice and make its own decision as to whether to purchase any Goods.

8.3 The Company makes certain efforts to ensure that Suppliers are of an acceptable standard but does not make any warranty whatsoever with regard to their fitness to provide any particular Goods or any other matter.

8.4 If the Customer deals with the Company as a consumer, then nothing here will be interpreted so as to restrict their statutory rights. The Company does not disclaim any liability for personal injury or death. This clause overrides any part of these terms if in conflict with it.

9 Miscellaneous Provisions

9.1 These terms and conditions of sale and the supply of the Goods will be subject to English law, and the English courts will have jurisdiction in respect of any dispute arising from the Contract.

 
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