Power of revocation:
1. Information on consumers’ right of revocation:
As consumer you may revoke the purchase contract within 14 days without specified reasons. The statutory period lasts 14 days.
The statutory period begins with the conclusion of a purchase contract on the day you or a third person named by you in advance, who may not be the deliverer, take possession of the delivered goods in the case of a purchase contract encompassing different items that the consumer has ordered in a single act of ordering but are delivered separately, on the day you or a third person named by you in advance, who may not be the deliverer, take possession of the last items pertaining to this order in the case of a contract on the delivery of goods in several partial consignments or pieces, on the day you or a third person named by you in advance, who may not be the deliverer, take possession of the last partial consignment or the last piece in the case of a contract on the periodical delivery of goods during a contractually fixed period of time, on the day you or a third person named by you in advance, who may not be the deliverer, takes possession the first periodical consignment of goods.
The revocation claim must be addressed as follows:
C h r i s t i a n T i b o l d i, Gerhart-Hauptmann-Str 98, 90763 Fürth
Phone: +49(0) 176 45 98 98 36, E-Mail: webmaster (at) icanclick (dot) it
Special advice: You have no statutory power of revocation
- in the case of delivery of audio or video recordings (e.g. CDs, video cassettes) or of software inasmuch as the packaging has been unsealed and opened
- in the case of services that have delivered online (e.g. downloadable software)
- in the case of custom-made goods that have been manufactured according to the customer’s explicit specificaions or evidently in view of the customer’s personal needs or which cannot be sent back due to their particular nature and properties
- in the case of magazine subscription inasmuch as the value of the subscription does not exceed 200 euros, as well as for the delivery of single newspaper, magazine or journal issues
In order to exercise your power of revocation, you must present an unequivocal statement of your decision to revoke the contract. Such a statement may be a letter sent by mail, telefax or e-mail, or may also be made by telephone.
You may use the sample revocation statement made available on a website www.icanclick.it. However, the use of this sample text is not mandatory.
2. Consequences of the revocation:
If you revoke this contract, we will have to reimburse you without further delay the payments we have received from you except the shipment fees. Reimbursement without further delay means within fourteen days at the latest, beginning with the day we have received your statement of revocation. For reimbursement we will use the same method of payment as you used for the original transaction, unless another modality has been explicitly agreed upon. Under no circumstances will fees be charged or deductions made due to this reimbursement. We have the right to decline reimbursement until we receive the goods back or until you provide proof for having sent us the goods back, whichever takes place first. If you are consumer, you have to send us the goods back or to have them handed over to us without further delay and in any case within fourteen days, beginning with the day on which we have received your statement of revocation. The return of the goods to us is considered on due time if you send off the goods before the statutory period of fourteen days elapses. You have to bear the immediate costs of returning the goods. The costs are estimated not to exceed approximately 25 euros. You will have to bear a possible loss in value of the goods only if this loss in value can be proven to be caused by a treatment of the goods that is not appropriate for testing their quality, properties and functioning.
3. Binding character of the fixed book-price agreement:
In Germany and Austria, book retail prices are subject to an official fixed book-price agreement. Consequently, the designated shop prices as of the price tag are not negotiable in these countries. If on iCanClick.IT’s web pages erroneously a wrong prince is quoted, the regular shop retail price in accordance with the fixed book-price agreement applies. If the price quoted on the website is higher than the regular shop retail price in accordance with the fixed book-price agreement, iCanClick.IT will charge the customer the lower price in accordance with the fixed book-price agreement without further explanation. If the price erroneously quoted on the web page is lower, the customer will be asked prior to delivery whether they are willing to purchase the product at the higher shop retail price in accordance with the fixed book-price agreement.
4. Liability and damaged copies:
Products showing obvious provable damage are readily taken back and exchanged by iCanClick.IT. If iCanClick.IT is not able to organize a replacement within a reasonable time-frame, they will present the customer the offer either to cancel the purchase contract or to reduce the purchase price retroactively. The legal warranty period of 6 months applies here.
5. Pricing / Changes to prices:
iCanClick.IT reserves for itself the right of occasional price changes to its products. If the price of a product is raised after an order of the product has been placed, the customer will be informed about it before delivery and asked whether they are willing to purchase the product at a higher price.
6. Applicable law and place of jurisdiction:
For the legal relationships between iCanClick.IT and the customers German law applies. Place of jurisdiction is Bavaria, Fürth.
7. Severability clause:
If one or more provisions of the contract prove invalid, the rest of the provisions shall be considered severed from the invalid provisions and remain valid and fully applicable.
Litigation of online disputes: The EU Commission operates an online platform that gives the oppotunity to settle disputes arising from online issues. This platform can be reached under http://ec.europa.eu/consumers/odr.