Deliveries & Returns
Delivery/pickup of goods
The cost of delivery in the territory of the Republic of Croatia is free.
Delivery of goods is made by GLS Croatia d.o.o.
Upon readiness of the goods for delivery or downloading, Nicholas shoes webshop sends to the Buyer by e-mail a Notification of the readiness of the goods for delivery.
Delivery of the purchased product is made to the shipping address provided when ordering.
The delivery of the product to the Buyer is done only on weekdays.
Products can be purchased outside the borders of the Republic of Croatia.
Delivery of ordered goods for BiH, Serbia, and Montenegro is charged 180,00 kn (VAT included). Delivery of ordered goods for all other EU countries is charged 100,00 kn (VAT included).
The delivery of goods is made by employees of HP-Hrvatska Pošta d.d. and GLS.
Complaints must be submitted via email: firstname.lastname@example.org.
The complaint filing by electronic mail should contain the heading ADVERTISING ON ORDER (order no.).
The products ordered are packaged in such a way that they are not damaged by the usual handling/shipping manipulation.
In case the shipment is damaged during transport, such damage is visible when picking up the shipment, in which case the Buyer is not obliged to take the shipment.
In case the defects are the result of improper delivery, storage or other improper operations of the buyer, the buyer is not responsible.
The exercise of the rights under the reported complaint is realized in accordance with the Law on Consumer Protection and the Law on Obligations.
Cancellation and Termination of Contract
The Buyer may cancel the order at any time up to the time of delivery of the product to the Buyer by sending an order cancellation statement by email to: email@example.comIf the order is canceled before the products leave the Merchant's warehouse, the Buyer is entitled to claim a refund of the total amount paid for the Products and other selected services.
Upon cancellation of the order, the Buyer will receive an Order Cancellation Certificate by email.
The right to terminate a contract under Section IV, Article 72 of the Consumer Protection Act:
The buyer has the right not to state the reasons, unilaterally terminated the contract concluded outside the premises or concluded remotely within 14 days.
The period in question begins to run from the day on which the goods or the subject matter of the contract are handed over to the buyer or to a third party designated by the buyer who is not the carrier.
If by one order the buyer has ordered more pieces of goods to be delivered separately, or in the case of goods that are delivered in several pieces or more shipments, the period starts to run from the day when the buyer or a third party as designated by the buyer and is not carrier, leased out last piece or last shipment of goods.
If the Seller or Nicholas shoes Web Store does not notify the Buyer of the Buyer's right to unilaterally terminate the contract, this right shall terminate within 12 months of the expiration of the termination period (the 12-month period shall begin to expire after the expiry of the 14-day period provided for regular termination in the event of orderly information). If, however, the notice of the right to unilateral termination is delivered within 12 months, the right to unilateral termination is terminated upon expiration of 14 days from the date of receipt by the Buyer.
The Buyer is obliged to inform the Merchant of its decision to terminate the Contract before the expiry of the deadline for unilateral termination of the contract, through the Form for unilateral termination of the contract, which can be ovdje or by any other unambiguous statement expressing its will to terminate the contract, sent by e-mail to Merchant: firstname.lastname@example.org by registered mail at Merchant Headquarters: Ilica 37, 10000 Zagreb, Croatia
A copy of the one-way termination form provided on the Merchant's Website may be completed and sent electronically by the Buyer.
The Merchant is obliged to immediately send to the Consumer the acknowledgment of receipt of the Declaration of termination by electronic mail, which the Buyer states in the Form or in the Statement of Termination.
The buyer is obliged to send the contract termination statement before the expiry of the contract termination period.
The Merchant agrees to make a refund by using the same means of payment used by the Buyer when making the payment unless the Buyer expressly agrees to another payment method and assuming that the Buyer is not obliged to pay any additional costs for such a refund.
In accordance with Article 77, paragraph 5 of the Consumer Protection Act, the buyer is responsible for any impairment of the purchased product resulting from the handling of the purchased product, except for what was necessary to determine the nature, characteristics, and functionality of the goods.
Exclusion of the right to terminate the contract
The buyer is not entitled to termination in the cases prescribed by Article 79 of the Consumer Protection Act, and in particular if:
- - the subject matter of a contract for goods or services the price of which depends on changes in the financial market that are outside the influence of the trader and which may occur during the term of the consumer's right to unilaterally terminate the contract;
- - the object of the contract is goods which are made to the specification of the consumer or which are clearly adapted to the consumer.
The contract entered into by the Buyer with the Merchant is a one-off contract for the purchase of distance products consumed by the delivery of the goods and payment made by the buyer in case it is not terminated. These Terms of Purchase are an integral part of the agreement.
Customer's written complaints and disputes
The Seller is obliged to confirm without delay that the Buyer's written complaint has been received, and not later than 15 (fifteen) days after the receipt of the written complaint to the same.
In the event of a dispute between the Buyer and the Merchant, an application may be made to the Court of Honor of the Croatian Chamber of Commerce, the Court of Honor of the Croatian Chamber of Trades and Crafts or a proposal for conciliation at conciliation centers.
In the event of a dispute between the Buyer and the Merchant, they shall endeavor to resolve the matter by agreement and by peaceful means, otherwise, the Court of Zagreb shall have jurisdiction.
In accordance with regulation no. 524/2013 of the European Parliament and of the Council, there is an obligation for merchants participating in online sales contracts to provide on their site an electronic link to the online consumer dispute resolution platform. Consumer online dispute resolution platforms can be accessed by the buyer via the following link: