Reitec Pty Ltd T/A Barcode Savers New Zealand (ABN: 23 620 733 217)
Terms and Conditions
This document comprises the complete agreement between Barcode Savers New Zealand and the Buyer and is essential reading before completing a transaction as it defines all conditions that apply to products and services offered by Barcode Savers New Zealand. By making a purchase from Barcode Savers New Zealand, you are declaring that you have read, understood and accept the following terms and conditions. Our policy is strictly no-refund, therefore the Buyer is solely responsible for ensuring that these terms and conditions are completely understood and accepted without reservation prior to completing a transaction with Barcode Savers New Zealand.
(a) Barcode Savers New Zealand is the “Seller.”
(b) If you finalise a transaction for goods or services with Barcode Savers New Zealand you are the “Buyer.”
(c) “goods” refers to any goods which the Seller supplies to the Buyer.
(d) The terms and conditions outlined in this document are the “conditions.”
(e) All services provided to the Buyer by the Seller are the “services.”
(f) “writing” means any transmission by mail, fax or email.
(a) The conditions are applicable to all sales of goods by the Seller to the Buyer. These conditions prevail over any agreements to the contrary that may appear on any document relating to goods and services provided by the Seller. Any provisions not outlined in this document are left solely to the discretion of the Seller.
(b) Any variations or additions to these terms and conditions, or representations made concerning goods provided by the Seller may not be counted reliable unless they have been agreed to in writing by an authorised representative of the Seller.
(c) The contract of sale will not be considered begun until the Buyer makes final payment for the sale and receives the purchased goods and communication in writing dispatched by the Seller. No contract for sale exists until this has occurred.
(d) The Seller is at liberty to make corrections to any errors or omissions in all documents issued by the Seller, including but not limited to invoices, price listings and all written transmissions without offering prior notification or any acceptance of liability.
(e) When the Buyer finalises a transaction and takes receipt of the goods it will be confirmed that the Buyer has understood and accepted these conditions in their entirety.
(f) The Buyer may not engage in reselling, leasing or reassigning UPC/EAN’s purchased from the Seller without express written permission from an authorised and official representative of the Seller.
(g) The Buyer agrees to fully indemnify, hold harmless and defend the Seller from any and all claims including but not limited to retailer punitive fines and product liability claims that may arise from the use of goods purchased from the Seller..
3. Right of Refusal
(a) The Seller reserves the right to refuse a sales order to any Buyer for any reason.
4. Product Prices
(a) The Seller undertakes every reasonable effort to ensure all goods offered for sale are in stock and available at the listed price. Information presented regarding goods is updated with the current information available, yet does not necessarily ensure a guarantee of either availability or price.
(b) The price of goods is as per the current price list unless otherwise agreed upon in writing by the Seller.
(a) Payment in full of an invoice must be made by the Buyer before delivery of goods.
(b) Payment is to be made by Paypal account or Credit Card via Paypal checkout.
(c) Payment by other methods, including but not limited to Money Order, Direct Deposit or Direct Debit must be confirmed in writing by a duly authorised, official representative of the Buyer.
(a) The Seller will take all reasonable measures to ensure prompt delivery of goods via instant download. The Seller will not be liable for any losses – consequential or otherwise – arising from failure to meet the this delivery date whether directly or indirectly.
7. Ownership and Risk
(a) At the moment goods have been delivered to the Buyer, the risk in goods will pass to the Buyer.
(a) Both parties – Buyer and Seller – guarantee that it has the right, authority and full power to enter into this agreement.
(b) The Seller guarantees that the goods are free from any defect, provided that they are used correctly and to industry standards.
The Seller also guarantees that title to the goods passes to the Buyer upon completion of transaction. The Buyer agrees that it is receiving the goods “As Is.”
(c) The Seller’s guarantees of warranty and commencement of all warranties do not come into force until completion of the transaction by the Buyer.
(d) All warranties, conditions or other terms are excluded to the extent permitted by law unless outlined in this agreement.
(e) The Seller is not responsible for any losses or claims of compensation caused by the specific or indirect negligence, misuse or modification of the goods by the Buyer.
(f) The Seller does not guarantee that it’s barcodes will be accepted by any retailer and will not be held responsible for any refusal of acceptance or held liable to the Buyer for any inability of the Seller’s barcodes acceptance by any retailer, wholesaler or any and all other parties.
(g) The Seller will not be liable in any circumstance for indirect or consequential loss of profit or market of the Buyer.
(h) Goods provided by the Seller were originally issued in bulk by the Uniform Code Council, now known as GS1 and have been purchased wholesale from a variety of global companies. All GS1 country prefixes assigned to the goods by GS1 to the original purchaser are not guaranteed to match the country of origin of the Buyer.
(i) Liability of the Seller in any applicable events is limited to, and will not exceed the purchase price of the sold goods in the transaction that gives rise to any such liability. The payment of said amount by the Seller will be the exclusive and final remedy after the exhaustion of other remedial actions specified unless otherwise agreed to in writing by an authorised appointee of the Seller.
9. Force Majeure
(a) The Seller cannot be held responsible for failure to honour a transaction with delivery of goods that result from causes beyond control, including but not limited to terrorism, cyber attacks, war, governmental acts or acts of God.
10. Return of Goods, Cancellation of Transaction, Replacement of Defective Goods
(a) A transaction cannot be canceled once finalised between the Buyer and Seller. Return of goods may not be undertaken unless agreed to in writing by the Seller.
(b) Any goods that the Buyer alleges suffers from defect must be notified to the Seller within seven days of the date of the finalisation of the transaction. If the Buyer fails to make notification to the Seller within this time period then no rejection of the goods will be accepted by the Seller and the Seller will not be obligated to refund any monies paid or replace the goods.
11. Modification of Terms.
(a) The Seller will accept the finalisation of a transaction subject to the Buyers agreement to all of the conditions set forth in this document. The Buyers agreement to these terms and conditions will be assumed from the Buyers initiation and finalisation of a transaction for the purpose of purchasing goods. No amendment, addition or other modification of these conditions will be binding upon the Seller unless agreed to by written communication from a duly appointed authorised official of the Seller.
12. Governing Laws
(a) Any dispute that arises from or in connection with this agreement shall be determined and governed by the laws of Queensland, Australia. Any legal action initiated by the Buyer with respect to any transaction must commence within 30 days after the cause of action, i.e. finalisation of the transaction as perceived by the Buyer.
(a) In the event that any part of these Terms and Conditions is deemed to be either invalid or unenforceable by a Court of competent jurisdiction than the invalid term will be redefined or a new and enforceable term will be amended to these conditions. Such amendments will be made so that the intent of the Seller and the Buyers agreement to these conditions will be enforceable to the full extent of any and all applicable laws. Any invalidity of any item of these conditions will not effect the entirety of this agreement.
14. Intellectual Property
(a) Written communications and content of this website may contain confidential information belonging to the Seller. This encompasses all content, intellectual property and text incorporated into the document. It may not be reproduced, disclosed either in whole or in part, for any purposes other than evaluation of the material without prior written consent of an authorised, official appointee of the Seller. Title pertaining to this document and all information contain within remains unconditionally with the Seller.
15. Accuracy and Revision of Information
(a) The information contained in this website is based on the most up-to-date information available.
(b) The Seller reserves the right to make changes to this information at any time without prior notice. By entering the website you hereby acknowledge and agree to these changes.
(a) The Seller agrees that all information supplied to the Seller via this website and within any and all written communication between the Buyer and Seller will be used only for the purpose of fulfilling the transaction of goods purchased by the Buyer. The Seller will never sell or disclose the Buyer’s private information to any third party
17. Complete Agreement
(a) This document comprises the entire Agreement between the Buy and the Seller. Completing a transaction for the purchase of goods indicates full acceptance of these conditions by the Buyer. These conditions take precedence over all proposals, discussions, offers or written communications regarding transactions between the Buyer and the Seller. Modifications of these conditions can only be undertaken by an official, authorised appointee of the Seller.
(b) The headings used in this document are for reference only. This agreement shall be interpreted under Australian law and are subject to the jurisdiction of the State of Queensland.