All faulty books can be returned for a full refund or replacement. Please write to email@example.com in order to initiate a refund or replacement, quoting the invoice number with which your book arrived. We will refund the postage charged by us for sending you the book as well as £4.50 for you to send the book back to us. If you would like a replacement, we will still refund the postage amounts. You must contact us within 7 days of receipt to report a faulty book.
If the books are not faulty and you would like to return them, you may do so within 14 days for a refund excluding both our postage and yours. A refund will be given only if the books are returned in a resellable condition. For orders of over £100, we will also charge an administrative fee of 10% unless we have a prior agreement with you.
The conditions for the return of non-faulty books do not apply if the books are intended for resale. Any agreement for the return of non-faulty books which are intended for resale must be obtained at the time of purchase. If there is no such agreement in place, it is assumed that the books are non-returnable and returns will only be accepted at our discretion.
Please send all returns to our physical address as specified in the Contact Us section of this website.
We have recently updated and simplified our postage charges. For larger quantities, please write to us, but our standard postage charges are per item and destination (for which we have only UK and Worldwide). These postage charges may change in the near future.
All below prices are per book.
UK (first class): £4
Airmail (worldwide): £6
All orders can be cancelled prior to shipping. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org with your purchase order number or transaction ID in the case of online orders. We only charge your credit card when we are about to ship, so an item can only be refunded after this time in accordance with our returns policies.
TERMS AND CONDITIONS OF SALE
Terms and Conditions Governing the Direct Sale of Cambridge Scholars Publishing Titles to Consumer
In this document,
a. "The Company" refers to
Cambridge Scholars Publishing Ltd is registered in England.
Companies House Reg. Number: 4333775
VAT number: 828642212
12 Back Chapman Street
Newcastle upon Tyne
Fax number: +44 191 265 2056
b. "The Customer" refers to the person placing an order by any of the means made available by The Company. It refers only to persons defined as Consumers by the Distance Selling Regulations 2000 (i.e. any natural person who, in contracts to which these Regulations apply, is acting for purposes which are outside his business).
2. The items sold are as described at the relevant pages of our website at www.c-s-p.org
3. The price of all items sold is inclusive of tax. There is, however, no vat/sales tax on books in the United Kingdom, so tax amounts are not indicated for books. Prices may be changed without prior notification or communication.
4. Delivery costs are as stated in the Checkout process and also at http://www.c-s-p.org//index.php?option=com_content&task=view&id=51&Itemid=64 on our website. They can also be obtained in writing. For larger quantities, the Company may be able to offer better rates per item but is under no obligation to do so, and such rates have to be obtained by email or in writing from a representative of the Company.
5. Payment can be made in a variety of ways, including cheque in US Dollars or Pound Sterling, bank transfer or by credit card.
a. The Company shall store credit card information at the time of the order but will not charge The Customer until the books are ready for dispatch. At the time of despatch, the card is charged and an invoice issued for the whole, or a part of, the order. In the event that only part of the books are in stock, The Company shall charge and invoice only for those books that are ready for despatch, and shall carry out this same process as further books from the original order become available. Under exceptional circumstances, The Company reserves the right to charge for a book even if it is not ready for despatch. All credit card charges will be made in Pound Sterling and the actual charge in other currencies may vary and will depend on individual card issuers\' exchange rates.
b. In the case of cheques and bank transfers, The Company will take payment for the entire order in advance and despatch books and issue invoices as the books become available.
c. In the case that cheques are made to amounts smaller than the entire order, The Company reserves the right not to fulfil any part of the order until the remainder of the amount required to fulfil the order is received. In the event that cheques are made to amounts larger than the entire order, The Company will offer credit against a future order. In such an event, The Customer may state in writing that they wish the cheque NOT to be cashed if the amount is not equal to the total, but must do so before the cheque is received by The Company. Returning parts of overpayments is at the sole discretion of The Company.
d. In the case of bank transfers, any bank charges incurred must be paid by The Customer.
6. The Customer has a right to cancellation in accordance with The Distance Selling Regulation 2000 (amended 2005), so long as cancellation is set in writing within the cancellation period. The cancellation period begins with the day on which agreement to these Terms and Conditions is made by checking the relevant box for orders online or by placing the order if the order is placed by any other means, and ends seven days after receipt of the books.
In the event that the books are faulty, a full refund shall be given for those books that are faulty as well as a postage allowance for returning the books. The postage allowance shall be no more than what The Company charged for postage per item to deliver the books, for each book that is faulty.
In the event that The Customer cancels the order and the book is not faulty, a refund shall be given upon receipt of the returned book. This refund will will not include any postage charged for delivery of the books by The Company or any postage incurred by The Customer for their return.
In all events, the cancellation has to be communicated to The Company in any of the following ways (as per the Distance Selling Regulations 2000):
A notice of cancellation given under this regulation by a consumer to a supplier or other person is to be treated as having been properly given if the consumer -
(a) leaves it at The Company\'s address above and addressed to The Orders Department by name (in which case it is to be taken to have been given on the day on which it was left);
(b) sends it by post to the Company\'s address above and addressed to The Orders Department by name (in which case, it is to be taken to have been given on the day on which it was posted);
(c) sends it by facsimile to the Company\'s business facsimile number above (in which case it is to be taken to have been given on the day on which it is sent); or
(d) sends it by electronic mail, to email@example.com (in which case it is to be taken to have been given on the day on which it is sent).
In the event of cancellation after despatch of any books, The Consumer has a duty throughout the period prior to cancellation -
(a) to retain possession of the books, and
(b) to take reasonable care of them.
On cancellation, the consumer shall be under a duty to restore the goods to the supplier in accordance with the Distance Selling Regulations, and in the meanwhile to retain possession of the goods and take reasonable care of them.
7. Complaints can be addressed to The Company at the address cited above.