General Terms and Conditions of Business of MetalGear International Pty Ltd
The following General Terms and Conditions of Business also contain statutory information on your rights pursuant to the regulations on contracts concluded in electronic business transactions and distance marketing.
The information contained in this website is believed to be accurate and current. However, it is provided in good faith on an "as is" basis. No representation or warranty as to the liability, accuracy or completeness of the information contained on this website is made by MetalGear International Pty Ltd or directors, officers or employees. In addition to this they do not accept any responsibility arising in any way (including negligence) for errors in, or omissions from, the information in this website.
Illustration, photos and packaging are only a representation of the product advertised, variations may occur.
MetalGear International Pty Ltd reserves the right to make changes to this site and these terms and conditions at any time.
1.1 These business conditions apply to all deliveries by MetalGear International Pty Ltd to customers, i.e. every natural person concluding the contract for a purpose which cannot be described as active neither in commercial nor self-employed activities.
2.1 The contract languages are English
3.1 The goods displayed for sale in the online shop are subject to alteration without notice and do not constitute legal offers.
3.2 Before concluding an agreement it is your obligation to examine whether the goods selected are suitable for your intended use; in particular, you are required to satisfy yourself in respect of the manufacturer, model and year of manufacture and vehicle type and to compare the part to be exchanged with the dimensions and the sketch shown.
3.3 The goods offered for sale contain no installation instructions.
4. Concluding Contracts
4.1 By clicking the button [Add to Cart] you put the goods into the virtual shopping basket. This procedure is non-binding and does not constitute a binding offer. Later in the ordering procedure you will be required to log in with your personal customer data and select your preferred payment method.
4.2 By clicking the button [View Cart] on the right menu you will see the content of the shopping basket again. There, you can correct the number of goods if necessary. Mark the box if you agree with the chosen goods and click on [check out]. Then, you can type or correct delivery address. By clicking the button [Next] you arrive on the page where you can choose the way of delivery. Subsequently your complete order will be listed on an overview page.
4.3 By clicking the button [Submit order] you are making a binding offer to conclude a contract for the purchase of goods. After ordering the goods you will receive an automatically generated email which confirms receipt of the order and which reproduces its details (confirmation of receipt). This confirmation of receipt does not constitute any acceptance of a contract. A contract only comes into being when a confirmation of the order is sent or the goods are shipped.