Terms & conditions

1. Terms & conditions
AfghanWeddingCards has the right at all times to change these conditions and / or the content of our site.

2. Customer and agreement
2.1 Customer
The customer is understood to mean the natural person or legal entity who instructs AfghanWeddingCards to design and / or print cards.

2.2 Agreement
The agreement between the customer and AfghanWeddingCards comes about after receiving the agreement on the offer via the e-mail.
AfghanWeddingCards recognizes that electronic communication can serve as proof for both the payment, the order and the approval of the digital print preview. You also acknowledge this by accepting the conditions. Some cards consist of several parts and can be put together by yourself.

3. Transport
AfghanWeddingCards is not liable for delay in delivery by the carrier (POST NL). AfghanWeddingCards can therefore not be held liable for deliveries that do not take place at the expected time.

4. Cancel
If the order is canceled after we have made the definitive digital layout and sent to the customer, we will charge you € 50, – formatting costs.

5. Copyright
AfghanWeddingCards retains the copyright on all created designs and can, with due regard for the privacy of its customers, use it for sales purposes on its websites and other promotional expressions.

All designs are copyright protected. Publication or takeover without prior permission is expressly prohibited.

The brand name AfghanWeddingCards is printed on each copy of the printed card.

6. Privacy
AfghanWeddingCards treats personal information of the customer strictly confidential and does not make the data available to third parties.

7. Responsible
For each card to be printed we ask for a final JPG file (digitally sent via e-mail to customer). If the customer agrees, AfghanWeddingCards will no longer be liable for incorrect printing of the data.

Dutch law applies to every agreement between AfghanWeddingCards and the client. In case of explanation of the content and scope of these general terms and conditions, the Dutch text is always decisive.