Payment, due date, default of payment
Payment of the goods can be made by direct debit, cash on delivery, invoice, PayPal, prepayment or credit card. Seacamper reserves the right to exclude certain payment methods in individual cases. Payment by sending cash or cheques is not possible. We exclude liability in case of loss. In the case of payment on account, you undertake to settle the invoice amount within 8 days of receipt of the goods. Thereafter, we are entitled to charge you interest in accordance with the statutory provisions. The deduction of a discount is not possible. If payment is made by direct debit or credit card, the amount will be debited when the goods are dispatched. If direct debits are not honoured, we will charge the resulting fees and expenses.
Shipping within Germany
The flat rate shipping fee for items within Germany that can be sent by post is 6.50 EUR. You may also choose different shipping and payment methods (e.g. Saturday delivery, express, UPS or others) if we are generally able to access these services. The additional costs incurred for this will be charged to you. These additional costs will also be due if you exercise your 14-day right of cancellation. Additional shipping costs will be charged for items that cannot be sent by post or for which special shipping methods are required (bulky goods, batteries and others). Possible transport damages are insured by us.
Shipping within the EU
You will only be charged for the actual transport costs incurred, including packaging. Possible transport damages are insured by us. The costs of any returns will be borne by you.
Attention: For deliveries to the Canary Islands, additional customs or tax costs may be incurred. These must be paid by the recipient. Please check with the relevant local authorities.
Worldwide shipping, international shipping outside the EU
We are happy to accept orders from anywhere in the world and will ship to remote locations and ports if we receive a clear delivery address from you. The calculation does not include value added tax. You also have the option of using additional services at any time. The costs incurred in this regard will also be due if you make use of your 14-day right of withdrawal. Any transport damage that may occur is insured by us. We would like to expressly point out that customs duties, taxes, import fees, storage fees, conversion rates, currency differences or other costs may be incurred over which Seacamper has no influence, which we cannot estimate or determine in advance and which are in any case the responsibility of the recipient and must be paid by him. The costs of the return shipment will be borne by you.
Customs may open and search parcels for inspection, we have no influence on this. For more information on costs, customs clearance times, etc., please contact your local customs authorities. Customs authorities in some countries require the importer/consignee of goods to provide special proof of identification before a shipment is released. As the importer/consignee of the goods, you may be asked to provide an identification number, e.g. national identification number, CPF or tax number. Seacamper is not obliged to issue a supplier's or long-term supplier's declaration and/or an export declaration to you as the consignee or to customs, or to procure such a declaration from its own upstream suppliers.
We would also like to point out that we have no influence on the duration of delivery by forwarding and shipping companies and cannot guarantee complete tracking of the package. Please note that international shipping to certain countries is subject to delivery restrictions and not all items may be shipped to all countries. It is your responsibility to ensure that the product can be legally imported into the country of destination. Also, for air and sea freight deliveries, a door-to-door service may not be included and you may need to collect the goods from the relevant airport or port. We will not bear any further transport or travel costs incurred.
Goods delivered by Seacamper to Germany or other European countries are of course subject to VAT. If these goods are then exported to NON-EU COUNTRIES, a VAT refund according to § 7132 (3) UStG is NOT possible on our part. We ask for your understanding