SLIGHT WORLDS INC. Order Acknowledgement for Imprint Orders (Effective: January 1, 2018)
After receiving your order, SLIGHT WORLDS will send you an order acknowledgement by e-mail. Please read the order details carefully and contact us immediately if corrections and/or changes are necessary. All changes must be confirmed in writing to be valid. Production begins upon receipt of signed or otherwise authorized sample and approval e-mails, approval of credit, and receipt of all order information including shipping addresses and customer inserts, or other details relevant for production and delivery.
1. PAYMENTS TERMS
50% of the total invoice is due to Slight Worlds (SW) to begin work, and 50% is due after receiving the copy of the bill of lading.1.5% interest will be levied on overdue invoices.
Every effort is made to ship the exact quantity ordered. However, for imprinted products, SLIGHT WORLDS reserves the right to ship up to 5% over or less the amount of the order and ship will billed accordingly.
Goods once sold will not be taken back or exchanged. Slight Worlds is not responsible for any transit damage, lost, or leakage. Any damaged goods which are not damaged due to transit may be returned within 48 hour from the delivered date.
Customized products are provided with a NO RETURN POLICY unless the order contains material or production defects that are due to our error. All defective items must be returned within 180 days of purchase, and a Return Merchandise Request form must be submitted before any returns can be processed. When an error has been confirmed, and the Return Merchandise Authorization is granted by the factory, we will make every attempt to replace the order in a timely fashion.
Returned imprinted items may be replaced with the same blank (non-imprinted) item.
Any changes to an accepted and approved order must be made in writing by emails within 24 hours upon receipt of the email confirmation of the order being approved. Once an order begins, we are unable to change the order once the wheels are in motion. On rare occasion, an order in progress may be modified with additional costs and time factored in, but this is not the norm. Cancellations will be subject to additional costs, which is generally 1.5 times the original order cost due to lost material costs, factory time, human and other resources involved in any sourcing and production process.