Terms & Conditions
In these conditions of sale: The “company” means ALOB Ltd; the “purchaser” means the person ordering or buying goods from the company. No contract between the purchaser and the company shall exist until the purchaser’s order has been accepted by the company. The order shall be deemed to be accepted once the company has authorised the purchaser’s payment. It is the intention of the company that all terms of a contract between the purchaser and the company are contained in this document and in the descriptions of goods provided this website (www.ubergames.co.uk) for items. If the purchaser wishes to rely on any variation to these terms he/she is asked to ensure that such variations are confirmed in writing to the company before he/she places an order. To protect your own interests please read these terms and conditions carefully before placing your order.
B. Despatch and Payment
Unless otherwise specified the price quoted is the actual item cost. A delivery charge is added to the item separately with the cost displayed within the item description and added at checkout. Please note that we cannot deliver to P.O. Boxes. Delivery times are quoted on the basis that the product is in stock. All orders placed with ALOB Ltd will be despatched next day.
Orders placed via the company website can be paid with either a credit or debit card. Credit or Debit card payments are handled via Protx and HSBC. Payments are handled by their secure servers and you will be directed to Protx’s website at the payment stage of checkout. The company uses carriers and postal services to deliver goods and the company shall not be liable for any loss or damage suffered by the purchaser through any delay in delivery caused by such companies.
C. Retention of Title
The Company and the purchaser agree that title shall transfer to the purchaser only when the goods have been paid for in full. The company shall be entitled to require the purchaser to deliver up the goods until such time that all due payments have been made in full. The purchaser shall store the goods free of charge and in a manner to ensure the goods are safe from theft and damage.
As soon as the company has delivered the goods, the purchaser is responsible for them, until such time as the goods are delivered back to the company or the company’s agent, in the event of cancellation or refund.
Under the terms of the distance selling regulations 2000, the purchaser has a cooling off period of 7 days. The cooling off period commences the day after the delivery of the goods to the purchaser or the collection of the goods by the purchaser and the period ends 7 working days later. In such circumstances, the purchaser must inform the company in writing before the end of the 7th working day following delivery. The purchaser is responsible for the safe storage of the goods whilst in his care and the cost of returning the goods to the company. In the circumstance of a non-faulty product, the product must be returned without damages, any use or tampering with the original packaging otherwise they will not be accepted and a refund not permitted.
F. Circumstances beyond our Control
The company reserves the right to cancel, vary or suspend the operation of contracts of sales if events occur which are beyond our control including (and without prejudice to the generality of the foregoing) fire, floods, storm, plant breakdown, lock-outs, riots, industrial action which prevents entry to premises, hostilities, non-availability of materials or supplies or any event outside the control of the company and the company shall not be held liable for any breach of contract resulting from such an event.
These terms and conditions shall be construed in accordance with UK law.