Shipping and payment

We offer the following payment options:

  • Cash on pickup
  • Paypal
  • About us
  • Leasing / Gastroniekunden
  • Cash on Delivery
  • Payment in advance

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Delivery times
In the case of payment method of payment: Delivery is made within 3 business days * The deadline starts one business day after the payment order has been given to the credit institution - * (Monday - Saturday except bank holidays).

For all other forms of payment: Delivery takes place within 3 business days * The first working day after conclusion of the contract is the start date. The deadline will end on the next X th working day. - * (Monday - Saturday, except holidays)

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The goods are shipped by parcel service or by courier freeboard.

For shipping to all other EU countries like France, Poland, Finlland or Norway please send us a shipping fee for an offer!

In the case of payment method of payment: Delivery is made within 3 business days * The deadline starts one business day after the payment order has been given to the credit institution - * (Monday - Saturday except bank holidays).

For all other forms of payment: Delivery takes place within 3 business days * The first working day after conclusion of the contract is the start date. The deadline will end on the next X th working day. - * (Monday - Saturday, except holidays)

If the shipping to countries outside the EU can result in tariffs or charges we ask for consideration!

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"Customers, consumers i.S.d. § 13 of the German Civil Code (BGB), can carry out an online arbitration procedure on the EU portal "Your Europe" (http://europa.eu/youreurope/citizens/index_en.htm) from January 9, 2016 with the involvement of a recognized mediation body. To this end, they can use the EU's EU Online Dispute Resolution Platform at: http://ec.europa.eu/consumers/odr. The on-line arbitration procedure is not a compulsory prerequisite for calling competent ordinary courts, but is an alternative way of eliminating differences that may arise in a contractual relationship. "

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