From: Rob on
Nightjar <"cpb"@" < wrote:
|| Usenet Nutter wrote:
||| I ordered some stuff yesterday from a local coffee company and
||| today,while browsing through the site saw this displayed .
|||
||| "Returns
|||
||| The Long Distance Selling Regulations apply to mail order customers
||| only, where you have up to seven days from receiving your order to
||| return it for a refund.
||
|| Seven *working* days, excluding Saturday and Sunday and then only if
|| the company has notified you of your rights 'in a durable medium'. A
|| notice on a web site is not a durable medium. An email or infomation
|| printed on the delivery note is. If that condition is not met, the
|| period for return is extended by up to 30 days, or is seven working
|| days from when you receive the notification.

It might be worth pointing out that the seven days is for notifying the
supplier that you wish to return the items, there is no requirement to
actually return them within seven days.

--
Rob


From: Usenet Nutter on
On Fri, 27 Nov 2009 18:01:47 -0000, "Peter Crosland"
<g6jns(a)yahoo.co.uk> wrote:


>All the above assumes that the buyer was a consumer.
>
>Peter Crosland


Well in this case I am a consumer and I think most if not all who use
the website will be consumers .

PS.Peter ..when I post a " follow up message" everyone elses message
gets quoted in full unless I chooose to highlight one particular part
but in your case only the bit from "On" to "wrote:" shows ...is that
becaause of some option you have chosen?..not seen that before .
From: "Nightjar "cpb" on
Rob wrote:
> Nightjar <"cpb"@" < wrote:
> || Usenet Nutter wrote:
> ||| I ordered some stuff yesterday from a local coffee company and
> ||| today,while browsing through the site saw this displayed .
> |||
> ||| "Returns
> |||
> ||| The Long Distance Selling Regulations apply to mail order customers
> ||| only, where you have up to seven days from receiving your order to
> ||| return it for a refund.
> ||
> || Seven *working* days, excluding Saturday and Sunday and then only if
> || the company has notified you of your rights 'in a durable medium'. A
> || notice on a web site is not a durable medium. An email or infomation
> || printed on the delivery note is. If that condition is not met, the
> || period for return is extended by up to 30 days, or is seven working
> || days from when you receive the notification.
>
> It might be worth pointing out that the seven days is for notifying the
> supplier that you wish to return the items, there is no requirement to
> actually return them within seven days.

True. I had overlooked that they were claiming that the return had to be
made within that time.

Colin Bignell
From: Usenet Nutter on
On Fri, 27 Nov 2009 18:18:34 +0000, Usenet Nutter
<individualnet(a)takeoutmyteethgmail.com> wrote:

>On Fri, 27 Nov 2009 18:01:47 -0000, "Peter Crosland"
><g6jns(a)yahoo.co.uk> wrote:
>
>
>>All the above assumes that the buyer was a consumer.
>>
>>Peter Crosland
>
>
>Well in this case I am a consumer and I think most if not all who use
>the website will be consumers .
>
>PS.Peter ..when I post a " follow up message" everyone elses message
>gets quoted in full unless I chooose to highlight one particular part
>but in your case only the bit from "On" to "wrote:" shows ...is that
>becaause of some option you have chosen?..not seen that before .

I should add it is only that one message of yours that exhibits that
.....your other ones quote in the normal way
From: Smurf on
Mike wrote:
> In message <j310h59l74q3bqukis9qf3mbglf8badlk0(a)4ax.com>
> at 16:59:41 on Fri, 27 Nov 2009, Usenet Nutter
> <individualnet(a)takeoutmyteethgmail.com> wrote
>> I ordered some stuff yesterday from a local coffee company and
>> today,while browsing through the site saw this displayed .
>>
>> "Returns
>>
>> The Long Distance Selling Regulations apply to mail order customers
>> only, where you have up to seven days from receiving your order to
>> return it for a refund.
>>
> Never heard it called the *LONG* Distance Selling Reg's before.

The same as the DSR, except it includes extra terms and conditions on
harming prostitutes.