Hello and welcome to shipping and delivery page! Here you can read some details about a nifty little lifecycle of your order’s journey from the time you place your order to your new treasures arriving at your doorstep. At first you choose the product you like. Then you put into your shopping cart and pass the checkout process in a few clicks. Our store offers several payment and delivery methods, so you choose which one is the most convenient for you.

DELIVERY METHODS
CASH AND CARRY
If you choose cash and carry method, please note that this means that you should pay cash for the goods you purchase and carry them away yourself. Here, we do not offer credit accounts and delivery service. This is a common policy for cash and carry delivery method. Not too convenient for you? Please read on and get to know what else delivery methods do we provide. Please be sure that we have foreseen different situations and offer other delivery methods that may fit you best.

PICKUP FROM A POST PARCEL POINT IN YOUR CITY
A parcel point is an easy and convenient way to receive items in your city. Shop in our online store, then selects the parcel point as the delivery type and choose the preferred pickup location. The item will be in the parcel point selected by you the next day after 4 p.m., or some time later in some areas. The Parcel Points are available in central locations and during the opening hours of shops, also on weekends. More than half customers pick up their parcel already on the day of its delivery.

SHIPMENT TO THE DOOR
What happens when you choose shipment to the door option? Our store takes responsibility for dealing with all the tasks involved in moving goods from the manufacturing plant to the buyer/consignee’s door. It is our responsibility to insure the goods and absorb all costs and risks, including the payment of duty and fees. The selling cost of goods includes all expenses, inclusive of taxes to reach the goods at the doorstep of your premises.

INTERNATIONAL DELIVERY
EXW regulates international delivery, Incoterms 2010. Any dates quoted for delivery of the goods are approximate only and we shall not deem the store in delay in delivery of the goods unless actual delivery of goods occurs later than four weeks from the quoted approximate delivery date and having received the Buyer’s written notification. The buyer shall comply with all laws governing the importation of the goods into the country of destination.

PAYMENT METHODS
VISA AND MASTERCARD
Payment is the irrevocable step of the purchasing process. It should never be an obstacle. Our store pays special attention to this point, as making payment in a secured environment is a primary concern of individuals. With e-commerce growth, and more recently the m-commerce evolution, it is essential to choose a payment solution optimized to Smartphone’s and tablets. It is equally important to choose the solution which offers a specific selection of credit cards that are most popular in the merchant’s target markets. We take Visa and MasterCard as cyber customers widely used them.

NONCASH PAYMENT
Noncash is a method of paying for goods and services that does not involve the exchange of cash. Examples of noncash payment instruments include checks and credit cards. In the United States, we made most noncash payments using checks, credit cards, debit cards, and the electronic payment system called the automated clearinghouse (ACH) — collectively referred to as retail noncash payments. Just choose which of the listed noncash payment methods is more convenient for you.

CASH PAYMENT
Cash payment is liquid funds given by a consumer to a provider of goods or services (our store in the case) as compensation for receiving the products we provide. In most domestic business transactions, we will typically make a cash payment in the country’s currency where the transaction takes place, either in paper currency, in coins or in an appropriate combination. Keeping cash on hand can be a great way to avoid overspending. You can choose exactly how much cash you’re willing to spend and stop spending when you’re out of cash.