Terms & Conditions
- ‘Snapajack’ is a trading style of SNAP plc. Goods means the articles or things described in the Contract between SNAP and the Purchaser. www.snapajack.com is owned and operated by SNAP Plc.
- These conditions shall be deemed to be incorporated in all Contracts of Snapajack to sell goods and in the case of any inconsistency with any additional instructions or requests from the purchaser to Snapajack whatever may be their respective dates the provision of these Conditions shall prevail unless expressly varied in writing and signed by a director on behalf of Snapajack.
- Notwithstanding that Snapajack may have given a detailed quotation no order shall be binding on Snapajack unless and until it has been accepted in writing and acknowledged by Snapajack.
- Turnaround times quoted include the day that we receive your order provided your order is received by 2.00pm. (please note turnaround times may vary in conjunction with partner offers)
- By their nature goods do not have a redeemable value and no refunds or credits for goods correctly supplied will be entertained.
- All goods shall be paid for at the time of order.
- 6a) No goods shall be despatched or collection allowed until paid for in full.
- 6b) All prices are inclusive of Value Added Tax charged at the appropriate rate.
- Any shortcomings or defects in goods supplied must be notified to Snapajack within 3 days of delivery. Such goods must be returned to Snapajack for inspection.
7a) Nothing herein shall impose any liability upon Snapajack in respect of any defect in the goods arising out of the acts, omissions, negligence or default of the Purchaser, its servants or agents including without prejudice to the generality of the foregoing, handling and storage of the goods.7b) Nothing herein shall have the effect of excluding or restricting the liability of Snapajack:
- i.) For death or personal injury resulting from its negligence insofar as the same is prohibited by U.K. statute, or;
- ii.) Under sections 12,13,14 and 15 of the Sale of Goods Act 1979 to a Purchaser who is dealing with a customer (as defined by section 12 of the Unfair Contract Terms Act 1977).