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Terms of Sale
Contact: eMail: firstname.lastname@example.org or
email@example.com for all orders and communication. Mailing address: Friedrich-Ebert-Str.
12, 35418 Buseck, Germany.
spoken: English, Deutsch,
Prices are in Euro, payment should be made within two
weeks after receipt, but we can work out a payment plan for larger
No payment in advance is necessary, unless you are a new customer, then I ask for a 50% deposit after I sent you a quote for your order.
Paypal is ok for any amount (no fees will be charged but, if possible, please make your payment "to friends and family"): firstname.lastname@example.org
Bank transfers are
welcome for higher amounts, my banking information will be given by eMail: Volksbank (EU), Wells Fargo (USA), NAB (Australia).
Bank cheques are accepted
amounts exceeding Eur 500.
NOT accepted: Western Union,
Moneygram, and no more credit cards, because managing your data in compliance with the new DSGVO laws makes it too hard, sorry.
Orders should be sent by eMail (not via Facebook, please), listing: Lot-Number, species name, price, total ordering amount.
I will then send you a quote for the order, depending on what is
available. Established customers await their shipment and pay
conveniently after receipt and approval.
New customers please dont't forget your full name and mailing address
with your first
Minimum ordering amount is 200 Euro.
starting at about 10.00 Euros, depending on the size and weight of the
box. All shipments are sent priority and trackable, by DHL Germany.
I'll ship anywhere except to South America, and countries with leaders that are even more crazy than ours.
are no problem within seven days
after receipt and for whatever reason. The shipment should be declared
as "empty seashells (no protected species), returned after
study, customs code 97050000901, no commercial value". Please send return shipments by registered
Mail, Air Mail
from overseas. Please do not use any private mail-services, but the
public mail services.
: a flawless specimen without chips, scars or
healed marks. f+/gem
term is used for specimens with barely noticable natural irregularities
- still "gem" to most collectors and dealers. fine
slight defects. However, I do not consider a shell as "fine" if the flaw seriously
affects the beauty or the morphological characteristics of the shell. good
): a shell with apparent defects. dead
(fresh dead): a specimen that was not
livecollected, it may appear "gem", others may show the apparent signs of
a dead taken shell (drill holes, wear of the nacre). Please refer to
the accompaining explanations and the photo for more details.
Sorry, but there will be no discounts, because
those clients who agree to my prices, and I do my best to
give everybody a great deal. Those that have done business with me in the past will confirm that I am a more than
generous person in that regard.
"Worldwide Seashells" offers shells that have been
carefully checked for their quality, identification, and data. Integrity is my
motto, happy customers worldwide are my reward. But please
keep in mind that every
specimen and label will be selected and issued by me personally. This requires a great deal of efficiency. Therefore, I might be unable to attend to every question and request at times*.