Our policy lasts 30 days. If 30 days have gone by since your delivery, unfortunately we can’t offer you a refund or exchange.
Several types of goods are exempt from being returned. Perishable goods such as food, flowers, newspapers or magazines cannot be returned. We also do not accept products that are intimate or sanitary goods, hazardous materials, or flammable liquids or gases.
Additional non-returnable items:
* Gift cards.
* Used cleaning/hygiene items.
To complete your return, we require a receipt or proof of purchase.
There are certain situations where only partial refunds are granted (if applicable):
* Any item not in its original condition, is damaged or missing parts for reasons not due to our error.
* Any item that is returned more than 30 days after delivery.
- Please get in contact with our support team at [email protected]
- You'll be provided with a return address
- Once you send the product back, get in contact with us again (Don't forget to send us your return tracking number!)
- Your refund will be provided to you. Wait 4-5 days for it to reflect in your credit card statement
LATE OR MISSING REFUNDSIf you haven’t received a refund yet, first check your bank account again.
If you’ve done this and you still have not received your refund yet, please contact us at [email protected]
SHIPPINGTo return your product, please send us an email at [email protected]ers4.me so we can provide you the shipping address.
You will be responsible for paying for your own shipping costs for returning your item with registered mail. Shipping costs are non-refundable.
Depending on where you live, the time it may take for your exchanged product to reach you, may vary.
Every product bought by consumers must be free from any hidden defects, conform to the contract of sale and performs like any other similar product. When problems crop up, consumers may be protected by two (2) types of guarantees: the legal and the commercial guarantee.
THE LEGAL GUARANTEElaw provides that goods purchased by consumers must be as described by the trader, fit for the purpose and have the qualities and performance which are normally found in goods of the same type. If this is not the case, consumers can ask for a free of charge remedy from the trader. The time-limit for the free remedy is two years from the date the product purchased came into the consumer’s possession.
The remedies provided in the legal guarantee are:
- Part or full refund
REPAIRWhen a good develops a fault, the trader has the right to first choose to repair the product free of charge. The repair, however, should be carried out within a reasonable period of time and without causing any significant inconvenience to the consumer.
The period of the guarantee will be suspended until the product is repaired and given back to the consumer. The suspended time shall then be added with the guarantee.
REPLACEMENTReplacement of defective or non-conforming goods can be chosed if the product cannot be repaired or if the repair would cause significant inconvenience to the consumer.
When a product is replaced, the two year legal guarantee does not start over again with the replaced product, but will contine from the original date of purchase.
PARTIAL OR FULL REFUNDA partial or full refund of the money paid for the product may be claimed when repair or replacement of the product are either not possible or if opted for may cause a significant inconvenience to consumers.
One is not entitled to request a full refund when the lack of conformity is only minor or insignificant or when the product has been used for quite some time.
THE COMMERCIAL WARRANTYBy agreeing to these Terms of Service, you represent that you are at least the age of majority in your state or province of residence, or that you are the age of majority in your state or province of residence and you have given us your consent to allow any of your minor dependents to use this site.
RETURNING GOODSA consumer may choose to return a product for two reasons: the good is defective or because of a change of mind.
DEFECTIVE GOODSThe goods bought should always be as described by the trader, fit for purpose and must also show the quality and performance which are normal in goods of the same type.
If this is not the case, under the two year legal warranty, the consumer may ask for a free of charge remedy. The remedies provided by law are: repair, replacement or refund.
CHANGE OF MINDChange of mind situations or wrong buying decisions are not protected by law. This means that traders are not legally obliged to offer consumers a remedy in such situations.
Most retailers, however, do have certain return policies that would allow consumers to exchange unwanted items. In fact, it is the consumers’ responsability to ask about shops’ return policies before concluding a purchase.
In such situations, traders may offer one of the following solutions:
- Exchange of goods
- Credit Note
DISTANCE AND OFF-PREMISES CONTRACTSDistance Contract
A distance contract is a contract concluded between a trader and a consumer with the exclusive use of one or more means of distance communication, such as by mail order, telephone or internet
An off-premises contract is a contract concluded with the simultaneous physical presence of the trader and the consumer, in a place which is not the business premises of the trader. For example: in the street or at the consumer’s house.
When concluding such contracts traders cannot request any payment from consumers before the delivery of the goods. If the goods are delivered in parts, the trader can only ask for the payment that represents the price of the part delivered.
If the trader requires the payment of a deposit, this deposit must not exceed 10% of the price of the goods ordered and shall not be requested from the consumer before the cooling-off period expires, that is, 14 days from the date of the off-premises contract.
The right to information
For both distance and off-premises contracts, before concluding the sales transaction, consumers should be given the following information in at least one of the official languages of Hong Kong:
- A clear description of the main characteristics of the goods or services offered for sale,
- The identity of the trader (such as trading name, address and contact number),
- The total price of the goods and services, including taxes and additional charges (e.g. delivery charges),
- The cost of using the means of distance communication if the charge is more than the basic rate,
- The method of payment and by when the goods will be delivered or in case of services when these will be performed,
- The duration of the contract, if the contract is of indefinite duration the conditions for terminating the contract,
- The right of withdrawal if it is applicable to the sale being concluded,
- A reminder of the existence of a legal guarantee of conformity for goods,
- Where applicable, the existence and the conditions of after sales customer assistance, after sales service and commercial guarantees.
Before concluding such contracts, consumers should also be informed about their right of withdrawal, which amounts to 14-days.
When exercising their cancellation rights, consumers do not have to give any reason and must not incur any costs, except the cost of returning the unwanted goods back to the seller.
In both distance and off-premises contracts, the cancellation period starts from the day consumers acquire physical possession of the goods. In the case of services, the withdrawal period expires after 14 days from the conclusion of the sales contract. If consumers are not informed about the withdrawal period, the right to cancel the sale will be extended to 12 months or will start when consumers are informed about it.
When the right of withdrawal does not apply, consumers must be informed accordingly.
When deciding to cancel a sale during the 14 days cooling off period consumers will need to either fill in the withdrawal form provided by the seller at the time of purchase or write to the seller about their intentions to cancel the sale. It is the consumers’ responsibility to have proof of having cancelled the sale within the stipulated time-limit.
Exceptions to the right of withdrawal:
- When the service has begun with the consumers’ consent and with the knowledge that they are forfeiting the right of withdrawal
- Supply of goods and services, which price depends on fluctuations in the financial market,
- The supply of goods which are liable to deteriorate or expire rapidly,
- The supply of sealed goods which are not suitable for return due to health protection or hygiene reasons and were unsealed after delivery,
- The supply of newspapers, periodicals and magazines except for subscription contracts for the supply of such periodicals,
- Sales contract concluded at a public auction,
- The supply of digital content which is not supplied on a tangible medium if the performance has begun with the consumers’ prior express consent and their acknowledgement that they thereby lose their right of withdrawal.
If the product purchased through a distance means of communication or off-premises turns out to be faulty, or not as described before the sale was concluded, consumers have the same legal rights as when they buy goods personally from a shop. Hence, consumers would be entitled to claim a legal remedy, which may be either repair or replacement, or else part or full refund. The time limit to claim these remedies is two years from purchase.