Last modified on October 16, 2014
These terms governing card payments, wire transfers, and checks (“Terms of Sale”) apply between you (“you”) and X-Formation Denmark ApS, a limited liability company having its registered office located at Sioevaenget 18, DK-8381 Tilst, Denmark (“X-Formation”), when you purchase the X-Formation products (“Products”). By purchasing the Products, you signify that you have read, understand, and agree to be bound by these Terms of Sale in effect at the time of purchase. If you are unable to understand, or have any questions about these Terms of Sale, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org. You will be required to confirm that you agree to these Terms of Sale before you submit an order to us. If you do not understand these Terms of Sale or do not accept any part of them, do not make any purchases of the Products.
Changes to the Terms of Sale
If X-Formation changes these Terms of Sale, we will provide notice of such changes by updating the “Last modified” date above. Any modified terms will apply to any purchases made after such changes are announced. Therefore, you should review these Terms of Sale prior to each purchase so you will understand the terms applicable to such transaction.
Payment method and terms
We accept the following methods of payment:
Card payments are to be made in United States Dollars or Euros. We currently accept Visa, MasterCard, and American Express cards. You can make card payments either through our website or over the phone. Card payments of more than 1.000,00 USD/EUR shall be subject to a processing fee of 3% of the transaction amount.
PLEASE NOTE: If a purchase has been declined online due to issues with your payment method, please ensure all data is correct and resubmit your order. If the transaction is not accepted online, please contact us at email@example.com.
Wire transfer payments are to be made in United States Dollars, Euros or Danish Krones. The transfer fees shall be shared equally by you and X-Formation (or its authorized representative). However, if transfer fees exceed standard rates (for example, if you use a smaller bank whose fees are higher than those of larger banks), you will be responsible for the additional fee amount. Any other transfer fees will be your sole responsibility. For example, if you transfer money to the wrong account, you will pay all fees to correct the error.