Right of Withdrawal
(A consumer is any natural person who enters into a transaction for purposes which can be mainly attributed to either their commercial or independent professional activity.)
Withdrawal You have the right to withdraw within 14 days without stating any reasons this Agreement. The withdrawal period is 14 days from the date,
- When you or a third party indicated by you, other than the carrier, the goods have taken possession of or has, if you have ordered one or more goods under a single order and these will be delivered uniformly or be;
- To buy, or a representative of your third party, other than the carrier, the last goods have taken possession of or has, if you have ordered several products under a single ordering and these are supplied separately;
- To buy, or a representative of your third party, other than the carrier, the last installment or the last piece have taken possession of or has, if you have ordered a product which is delivered in multiple lots or pieces;
To exercise your right, you have to (Mediterraneo, Erika Linke, 23560 Lübeck, phone number: 0451/96 911 048, E-mail address: firstname.lastname@example.org) by means of a clear statement (eg a consigned by mail letter or email) about your decision to withdraw from this contract, inform.
You can sure use the attached model withdrawal form, but which is not compulsory. To safeguard the withdrawal period it is sufficient that you send your communication concerning the exercise of the right before the expiration of the withdrawal period.
Effects of withdrawal
If you withdraw from this contract, we will reimburse all payments we receive from you, including the costs of supply (with the exception of the additional costs arising from the fact that you have chosen a different method of delivery than that offered by us, cheapest Standard have), and repay immediately latest within fourteen days from the date on which the notification has been received through your cancellation of this contract with us. For this redemption, we use the same method of payment that you used in the original transaction, unless you expressly agreed otherwise; in any case you will be charged fees because of this repayment.