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Returns Policy

We strive our best to ensure that our clients are fully satisfied with the product(s) however in the unlikely event that the product(s) is unsuitable or that you are not fully satisfied please follow the returns procedure below.

Should you wish to return your order following delivery, you may do so by informing us within 5 working days of receipt of delivery. Goods must be returned to us and we ask that you take reasonable care when handling the goods and return the goods to us unopened, unused and in their original packaging, where possible.

Please confirm your intent to return the order by contacting our offices within 5 working days of receipt, we will confirm a return address and reference for your package. Client will be given a full refund within the 5 working day period. From the 6th working day onward, the customer will only be allowed to return the product(s) to us if such goods are damaged in return for a new product.

The cost of returning the goods once delivered is at your own cost and risk.

We are not responsible for any loss or damage to any returned goods in transit and as such, we recommend that you return the goods through a recorded delivery service.

When returning goods please carefully package the goods together with your returns reference.

If returned goods are lost or damaged in transit, we reserve the right to charge you for any loss or damage.

Where we have agreed to the return of the product(s), these goods must be returned within 14 working days of the notice of intent.

In the unlikely event that the goods do not conform to these terms, please let us know as soon as possible by contacting our offices.

If you exercise your right to return your order, any moneys due will be refunded within 20 working days and subject to these terms and conditions.

Consumer Protection Act 1986
Indian CPA laws shall supersede any terms and conditions which conflict with the Act or any other Indian laws.

Information Technology Act 2000
Indian IT Act shall supersede any data privacy policies which conflict with the Act or any other laws of India.