- Unless you and the consumer have agreed otherwise, you have to deliver the goods to the consumer no later than 30 days from the date of conclusion of the contract.
- If you fail to deliver within the right time, the consumer can contact you and request delivery within an additional period of time unless the delivery of the product within the agreed timeframe was essential. In such a case the consumer should be entitled to terminate the contract immediately upon expiry of the initially agreed time limit.
- If you still have not delivered the goods, according to the consumer’s request, the consumer is entitled to terminate the contract.
- If the contract is cancelled, you must reimburse all sums the consumer has paid during the contract, without undue delay.