- Returning faulty goods and refund help EU.
Just looking for a bit of advice please, if anyone knows about returning defective goods to Germany…..
I bought a pair of Northwave X-Cross GTX boots on sale for £103 and after one ride they started to fall apart. I contacted them and sent them photos and they said send them back via their returns, and they would look at them. Said they may be professionally repaired. I said that I would prefer a refund or new pair, but I know they don’t have any stock left.
I’d rather just buy a new pair of boots as I’m gonna be without them for a while, and it’s bloody cold and wet out there. Cold wet feet every day is not good….
They’ve been received back by them which they have confirmed but I’ve not heard anything since about refund or repair.
Does anyone know if I can demand a refund, or am I stuck with repair because I’ve worn them?Posted 2 months ago
I’ve emailed again and stated I would like a refund. Unfortunately info in the link below says that they can repair or replace before refund. It was only a minor split but I can imagine it’ll happen again….
I’ll see what they say, hopefully they take pitty on my feet…..Posted 2 months ago
Yeah thats sounds fair enough. I’ll see what they say if they reply to my last email and go from their.
Don’t want to rubbish them thought as price and delivery were very good and their communication has generally been good. They’ve said they would repair, just haven’t actually answered my questions about refunds yet…Posted 2 months agokoogiaMember
Isn’t it wonderful that the UK is still a member of the EU. Article 6(1) of Rome I Regulation effectively specifies that for a contract concluded between a consumer in 1 member state and a business in another, the law of the country where the consumer has their habitual residence will apply. (The retailer satisfies the requirement laid out in said regulation). You are a consumer and in the UK, therefore, you can rely on the provisions within the CRA 2015. (The CRA 2015 is a UK wide piece of legislation).
So reject as not fit for purpose, not of satisfactory quality, not durable etc etc and seek your refund, if within the allotted time period.
Hopefully, you will get somewhere without having to forcefully assert your rights.Posted 2 months ago
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