This is a summary of the most important points in our Terms and Conditions of Purchase and Delivery, which you can read here. In the case of confusion or conflict between the versions it is the full version that takes precedence.
The purchase agreement can be entered into in English or Swedish. We may update or change our Terms and Conditions of Purchase and Delivery. Previous agreements are archived and kept available to you as a customer via a link from current terms. The Terms and conditions at the time of your purchase are the applicable conditions.
Freight and delivery
You can choose your preferred freight alternative in the web checkout: these cost from GBP 4.50, EUR 5, DKK 50 or SEK 35. Your available choices may depend upon where you live and the freight partners active there.
Within Europe and EEA countries, packages are sent with UPS Trackable Delivery, 3-5 working days, if no other alternative is chosen. Your order will be updated with the actual price when you have made your choice.
The estimated delivery times for the various freight alternatives are based on the freight companies’ own estimates. We continually monitor their performance and evaluate different freight alternatives in order to be able to offer you the surest delivery at the best price.
Read more about our freight alternatives here.
If your package has been delivered to a store or depot, it is important that you collect it as soon as possible, and at latest within 10 days, or as advised by the freight company. If it is not collected within this period it will be returned to us and you will incur a further charge of GBP 34, EUR 38, DKK 280 or SEK 395. If you have changed your mind about your purchase, you will still need to collect it first. See below how you can cancel your purchase.
Countries to which we ship
We sell and deliver to all EU countries and the UK, and also to Iceland, Liechtenstein, Norway and Switzerland. However, as it stands today you cannot order directly to Norway from our web shop. Contact our Customer Support if you wish to order from Norway.
The instruction manual that accompanies the product is available in English, Swedish, Danish, Norwegian, Finnish or German. If you order from a county which has one of these as its official language, then that’s the manual version that you will receive.
If you live in a country where none of these is an official language, then you may request one of the available languages by indicating this in ‘order notes’ at the web checkout. Otherwise, as a standard alternative, you will receive a manual in the language of the website that you ordered from: English or Swedish.
Payment takes place via our payment partner Klarna Checkout who will offer you various payment options: invoice, part payment, bank transfer and credit card. Note that payment by cheque is not an alternative. The choices that you are offered and the payment itself are managed by Klarna.
You can see Klarna’s Terms and Conditions here. Questions related to payment alternatives or the payment itself should be addressed to Klarna’s Customer Service, or by telephone to Local Rate: +44 (0)20 300 50833, Freephone: + 44 (0)808 189 3333.
You can choose to pay for your purchase directly at the web check out if you are paying by credit card (Visa or Mastercard) or direct bank transfer. If you are already a customer of Klarna, other payment options maybe offered.
If you choose this option, it means that you don’t pay when you order but receive an invoice instead. This will either be an invoice for just this transaction or for multiple purchases that you have made through Klarna during the month. There is also an alternative to delay the payment by having an invoice with an extended payment period.
This alternative means that the transaction total is divided up into a number of monthly instalments. These are invoiced monthly by Klarna and you may pay them by bank transfer or in Klarna’s app.
The terms and conditions and any possible costs for the different alternatives are decided by Klarna. Read more at Klarnas website.
There is a seven-month manufacturer’s warranty on our products starting from the date of purchase and assumes that any defect that arises during this time was present at delivery. The warranty covers defects caused by material or production deficiencies and not defects caused by normal wear and tear or misuse.
Your right to return and cancel your order
When you purchase remotely as a private individual (but not as an organisation) you have 14 days from when you receive your delivery to change your mind and cancel your order.
You do not have the right to cancel your purchase of a medical technical product or any other hygiene-related product if you have broken the product packing’s seal, for example by removing tape or breaking any other seal on the product. This does not, of course apply to the outer packaging that the IQoro was delivered in.
If you’ve changed your mind
Make contact with our Customer Support via email to [email protected] or by telephone to +44 (0) 20 3966 0723 before your time to cancel runs out.
Say that you want to cancel your purchase and give the following information:
- Your name and contact details
- The order or customer number which you will find on the order confirmation, the delivery note and your invoice
- Which product it is that you wish to return.
Refunds will be made via the same channel that you paid for your product. If you placed your order via the telephone and have been invoiced by MYoroface, we will need your bank details including: account name, IBAN-number and your bank’s BIC or SWIFT code to allow reimbursement.
You must bear the costs of returning the package to us, and this must happen within 14 days of when you called us to exercise your right of return. You are responsible for the condition of your return package until it is safely received by us. The refund payment will be made through the same cannel as you originally paid us as soon as we receive the return.
Alternatively, you can exercise your right to cancel by choosing to use the standard form created by The Swedish Consumer Agency (Konsumentverket) for this purpose.
Returning your EU order from before January 1, 2021
Following Brexit the rules have changed for return of goods ordered from the EU. The shipment now needs to be accompanied by a customs invoice. Goods, even those purchased prior to January 1, 2021, become dutiable when returned.
To ensure that the correct information is on the invoice, we ask you to kindly reach out to our customer support by sending an email to [email protected] or call +44 (0)20 3966 0723 and we will provide you with the necessary documentation to facilitate the return.
Our transport partners are unable to help you with this process and will return the parcel to you if there is no valid customs invoice accompanying the shipment.
Complaints – Leagal guarantee
As a private person you have up to three years leagal guarantee from the day that you receive your product. Companies and organisations have one year. It is important that you contact us as soon as possible if you discover a fault.
The main difference between your rights under this paragraph, and under ‘Warranty’ (see above) lies in the burden of proof for how the defect occurred. If you wish to claim a manufacturing defect after the warranty period has expired, the burden of proof will lie with you that the defect was present from the beginning, and that the product was faulty.
In the case of wanting to make a claim under this paragraph please contact our Customer Support and give the following information:
- Your order or customer number
which you will find on the order confirmation, the delivery note and your invoice.
- The IQoro LOT number
which you will find on the instruction manual and the carton.
- A description of the fault, and why you wish to return the product.
If you wish to make a complaint you should, in the first instance, contact our Customer Support.
In the event of our not reaching agreement with you can turn to the Swedish National Board for Consumer Disputes: Allmänna reklamationsnämnden (ARN) to have your dispute with us examined. MYoroface will abide by ARN’s recommendations. If you are an EU citizen you can also complain to the EU’s on-line platform for dispute resolution.