In these Terms and Conditions of Sale:
You may place orders for Goods and Services by completing a purchase order form online on the Website.
CTD will confirm with You acceptance of the order, the total costs of the order and the estimate timing of delivery of Goods to You within 24 hours of receipt of the order from You, via the email nominated by You in Your User Account or at the time order.
All orders are subject to availability of stock and the minimum or maximum quantities as CTD decides from time to time.
CTD reserves the right to refuse orders whether whole or in part in its absolute discretion.
You are not permitted to cancel or amend any order after receipt of the relevant order by CTD.
You must verify the quantity and quality of Goods upon delivery and if any of the Goods are damaged or you have not received Goods in accordance with Your order, You must notify CTD within seven (7) days of receipt of the Goods. Otherwise, You waive any right to reject them.
In the event that Goods are damaged or faulty, CTD will not be liable for any damages, loss or injury arising from those damaged or faulty Goods.
You are permitted to replacement Goods, in the event that they are damaged or faulty upon receipt. Please note that we define damaged or faulty Goods as damage to the Sipahh Goods straw and flow wrap, which means that the straw cannot be consumed. If your flavour crate arrives a little damaged, or the 10 pack boxes are slightly squashed, there is still very little chance that the actual straws or flow wraps will be damaged and your straws can still be consumed. Should you wish to make a claim for replacement Goods, then please take a photo of your delivery as proof of the damage, and send it to CTD via email to: email@example.com or by post to Level 7, 8 Hill Street, Surry Hills, NSW, 2010 Australia, along with a description of the damage of your Goods. Once CTD has verified the damage, CTD will send you replacement Goods free of charge and you can dispose of the damaged Goods.
All orders are final and CTD will not accept returns of undamaged Goods (whether unused or otherwise) or issue a refund or credit for undamaged Goods.
When returns are properly completed, CTD will provide a replacement of the damaged Goods within 30 days of receipt of the damaged Goods claim.
You cannot refuse to accept Goods merely because they are not delivered by any given date or dates.
Except as required by law, CTD will be under no obligation to accept Goods returned for any reason.
CTD will endeavour to provide Goods and/or Services which are ordered by You, in a timely manner.
Goods are delivered to You by Australia Post’s E-parcel service or other third party contracted couriers, when possible which offers Standard delivery within 4 to 7 Business days depending on delivery location. Delivery timeframes are from the date the order is dispatched to You. Orders must be placed before 2pm Australian Eastern Standard Time. If your order is placed after 2pm on a weekday or over the weekend, your order will be processed from the next business day.
All orders are assigned a Tracking number so all deliveries can be tracked online. Deliveries require a signature (and the receiving person’s name) as proof of delivery. Proof of delivery is guarantee that the delivery had been made in full in good condition.
CTD does not recommend leaving deliveries unattended at the delivery address for risk of loss or theft or damage. However, a customer may request that a delivery is ‘safe to leave at premises if unattended’ (“Authority to Leave” or “ATL”). In such case the Goods will be left at your door without the need for a signature and the customer accepts all responsibility for a lost or stolen or damaged delivery once the courier company records the item as “delivered.” If your order is not marked with ATL and nobody is available to sign for the delivery, it will be redirected to your local post office.
Delivery of Goods is available in Australia only and CTD does not deliver internationally.
When delivery to PO boxes is requested, a card will be left in the box to advise that there is a parcel to be collected. If the parcel has not been collected within 7 days, a reminder card is left. If not collected in the following 7 days, the package will then be Return to Sender.
Delivery of Goods will be to the address specified in Your order.
CTD will not be liable for:
Goods will be delivered using means and postal services as specified by CTD at the time of order. The cost of delivery Services, where applicable, will be provided at the time of the order.
If You wish to have Goods or Services provided by means other than CTD’s usual means, You will need to make all necessary arrangements, and pay all costs involved.
CTD may change the purchase price of Goods and Services from time to time without notice to You.
You must pay the price of Goods and Services current at the time of payment or the time of dispatch of the Goods or provision of the Services, whichever is the earlier.
You must pay CTD any GST payable for the provision of the Goods and Services.
You are responsible for all duties, taxes and clearance charges that may be levied on the Goods.
Payment must be made in full, using the payment means specified by CTD at the time of order.
The Website accepts credit/debit cards (Visa and Mastercard) in Australian Dollars ($AUD) only.
For online credit card and debit card orders, you will be redirected to a secure ANZ Bank eGate payment page (or such other nominated payment processing company) (“Payment Processor”) after order placement. Credit / debit card orders via the Website are secured through the Payment Processor’s payment gateway service.
CTD does not see or retain any credit or debit card information; your card information is submitted directly and securely to the Payment Processor. Once you have completed your payment through the Payment Processor’s secure payment system, you will be redirected back to the Website.
CTD does not charge any fees or surcharges for using your credit card to make payment on the Website.
Title in Goods passes to You on payment in full for them.
Risk in Goods passes to You on delivery of the Goods to You, unless You arrange for delivery under clause 5.4 in which case risk passes when the Goods leave CTD’s premises.
Where you are a consumer under the meaning within the Australian Consumer Law, CTD warrants to You that:
To the extent permitted by law, CTD’s only liability is as expressly stated in this agreement and all other guarantees, warranties and conditions are excluded.
To the extent permitted by law, CTD’s liability:
is limited to, in the case of Goods, supplying the Goods again or paying the cost of having them supplied again and, in the case of Services, supplying the Services again or paying the cost of having them supplied again.
To the extent permitted by law, CTD will not be liable to You (whether in contract, tort or otherwise) for any consequential, special, incidental or indirect loss or damage, including but not limited to loss of profits.
You indemnify and must keep CTD indemnified against all damages, losses, costs and expenses suffered by CTD arising out of any breach by You of this agreement or arising out of Your use, possession or re-sale of the Goods, or the use, possession or sale of the Goods by someone with Your authority or permission.