These sales terms and conditions apply to all orders placed on the webshop of Didier Abbeloos, with VAT number BE 0646.570.920 and address Hoogstraat 52, 9260 Wichelen, Belgium. By placing an order, the buyer agrees to these sales terms and conditions.
Order and payment
The buyer can place an order via the webshop of Didier Abbeloos. Payment can be made through the available payment methods on the webshop. The order will only be shipped after full payment has been received.
Didier Abbeloos will deliver the order as soon as possible. However, the delivery time may vary depending on the chosen item and its availability. The buyer will be informed of the estimated delivery time after placing the order. Didier Abbeloos is not liable for delays in delivery caused by force majeure.
Right of withdrawal
The buyer has the right to return the order within 14 days of receipt without giving any reason. The buyer must inform Didier Abbeloos of this via the email address email@example.com. The buyer must return the items in their original condition and packaging. The costs for the return shipment are at the expense of the buyer.
Didier Abbeloos offers a warranty on the sold items in accordance with the legal provisions. If the item turns out to be defective, the buyer must inform Didier Abbeloos within a reasonable period of time via the email address firstname.lastname@example.org. Didier Abbeloos will then provide a solution as soon as possible.
Didier Abbeloos is not liable for damage to the delivered items or for any other damage, unless this damage is the result of intent or gross negligence on the part of Didier Abbeloos.
Didier Abbeloos respects the privacy of the buyer and will only use the buyer’s personal data for processing the order and for internal purposes. Personal data will not be passed on to third parties.
Applicable law and dispute resolution
Belgian law applies to these sales terms and conditions. In case of disputes between Didier Abbeloos and the buyer, an attempt will first be made to reach an amicable solution. If this is not possible, only the courts of the Oost-Vlaanderen district have jurisdiction to take cognizance of the matter.