Terms and conditions

1. Scope, definitions

For the business relationship between Time For Action Records, owned by Michael Wittwer („TFA“), as operator of the webshop at www.timeforaction.de (“website”), as the seller and contracting party for the products offered on the website and the customer (“customer”) these general terms and conditions stated herein shall exclusively apply in the version valid at the time of the order.

Diverging terms and conditions of the customer will not be accepted unless TFA explicitly agrees in writing.

The customer is a consumer if the purpose of the ordered deliveries and performances cannot be attributed predominantly to his commercial or freelance activity. Any person, corporate body or non-incorporated firm is a business if acting in pursuance of a commercial or freelance activity by the conclusion of the contract.

2. Orders & Conclusion of contract

In order to select a product, the customer chooses the desired product. Afterwards, the customer can add the product to the shopping cart by clicking the button “Add to cart”. The shopping cart can at any point be accessed by clicking on the shopping cart icon on the top right corner of the website. The shopping cart will show all the products added by the customer and list their essential characteristics, the prices per item, quantity, and the overall price of the order excluding the final shipping costs. The customer can proceed to checkout the shipping costs by clicking on the “checkout with Paypal” button.

After the customer has clicked on the “checkout with Paypal” button, the customer will redirected to the external Paypal website where the shipping costs will be added in accordance to your location.

By clicking on the button “Continue” the customer may now choose a payment option by clicking on one of the payment method radio buttons.

Afterwards the customer will see a summary of his order. The customer may now correct mistakes by using the “back” function of the browser or by using the website menu. If the order is correct, the customer can place the order by clicking on the “Buy” button.

By clicking on the “Buy” button the customer makes a binding offer to TFA to purchase the products listed in his order. The offer can only be made and transmitted if the customer accepts these Terms & Conditions including the information about the revocation right by checking the boxes “I have read and accept the Terms&Conditions”.

TFA will then automatically send an acknowledgement of receipt to the customer via E-Mail, in which the order is listed again. This automatic acknowledgement of receipt only documents that the order of the customer has arrived at TFA and does not constitute any acceptance of the order. The contract shall only be formed upon TFA’s submission of the declaration of acceptance, which will be sent by separate email (order confirmation).

3. Delivery & Availability of products

If the supply of one of the products ordered by the customer is restricted at the time of the order, TFA will immediately inform the customer at the latest at the beginning of the order process. If the product is permanently unavailable, TFA will not confirm the order. In this case a contract will not be established. TFA will then immediately refund all payments already made by the customer.

4. Retention of title

The products remain the property of TFA until the payment has been received in full. 

5. Prices & Shipping terms

All prices listed on the website include the respectively applicable statutory value added tax.

The corresponding shipping costs will be listed in the order form and are to be paid by the customer.

If custom fees occur, these must be borne by the customer.

The shipping risk will be borne by TFA if the customer is a consumer.

If delivery fails because the customer has not entered a correct shipping address, a second delivery attempt will be made after the customer has paid the costs for the second delivery. The shipping costs for the second attempt are the same as the costs for the first shipping.

6. Payment methods

The customer can pay via PayPal or bank transfer. If you don´t want to use paypal please send easily an E-Mail to order@timeforaction.de to get further details.

7. Warranty of products, guarantee

TFA is responsible for material defects according to the applicable statutory provisions. With respect to businesses, TFA’s warranty period for products delivered by TFA is 12 months.

8. Information about right of revocation

The customer has the right to cancel this contract in text form (for example a letter or E-Mail) without specifying any reasons. The customer may also use the attached revocation form, but is not obliged to do so. The deadline starts after the receipt of this instruction in text form, but not prior to receipt of the products at the addressee (at the recurrent delivery of similar products not prior to receipt of the first part-delivery) and also not prior to fulfillment of TFA’s legal information duties. In order to maintain the cancellation period it is sufficient to dispatch the revocation in due time.The revocation needs to be addressed to:

Time For Action Records
Michael Wittwer
Postfach 1322
Eisenbahnstraße 58-60
79098 Freiburg
Germany
order@timeforaction.de

The right of revocation does not exist in distance contracts, e.g.

for the delivery of audio or video recordings where the seal on the data carriers has been broken by the consumer

End of the information about rights of revocation –

Sample revocation form

(If you wish to withdraw from your contract, you can fill out this form and send it back to us.)

To:
Time For Action Records
Michael Wittwer
Postfach 1322
Eisenbahnstrasse 58-60
79098 Freiburg
Germany
order@timeforaction.de

– I/We(*) hereby give notice that I/we(*) withdraw from my/our(*) contract of sale of the following goods(*) / provision of the following service(*)

– Ordered on(*) / Received on(*)

– Name of the consumer(s)

– Address of the consumer(s)

– Signature of the consumer(s) (only with message on paper)

– Date

(*) delete as applicable

9. Data processing and privacy policy

TFA collects data from the customers which are necessary for the execution of the contract. In doing so, TFA observes in particular the provisions of the Federal Data Protection Act and the „Telemediengesetz“. Without the consent of the customer TFA will only use data from the customer insofar as they are needed for the execution of the contract and for the use and settlement of teleservices.

TFA will not share any personal details with any third parties. 

10. Final provisions

All contracts between TFA and the customer are based on German law under exclusion of the UN Convention on Contracts for International Sale.