A hot plate needs a cool hand! - Avoid burnt fingers the easy way - Plate gripped and released as simply as using your hand - Uses the power of leverage so that the entire hand takes the weight - Ideal for those with arthritis and limited hand dexterity - Light, strong and durable - Easy to clean with no dirt traps
If you need to return a product you have bought from www.charity-links.co.uk, please contact us via: email@example.com
You will then be issued with a returns reference specific to your order.
You must not return goods to www.charity-links.co.uk (Trading as EMedia Communications Limited) before contacting us and arranging the returns details.
If you receive your goods and they have either been damaged in transit or are in some way faulty, we will be happy to accept them back and send a replacement, or refund you in full.
In these circumstances, you must contact us immediately on the email address: firstname.lastname@example.org and we will make the necessary arrangements on your instruction.
We also accept the return of goods even if they are delivered without fault or damage, but you assess them as unsuitable for your requirements.
Under these circumstances the price of the items concerned are refunded, but there may be charges to cover the handling and carriage costs involved.
Again, please contact us via: email@example.com and we will make the necessary arrangements.
Upon receipt of the goods we will refund the amount paid or issue an exchange credit as required within 28 days.
Exceptions to this are as follows:
When the products have been made or customised specifically for you; the products cannot be resold for hygiene reasons e.g. toileting and incontinence items.
If goods are returned beyond the 7 day period but with 21 days of delivery, there will be a 20% charge to cover additional administration and restocking costs.
None of the above affects your statutory rights.
www.charity-links.co.uk (Trading as EMedia Communications Limited) Limited complies with the The Consumer Protection Distance Selling Regulations 2000.