GENERAL TERMS AND CONDITIONS
This contractual document will govern the General Conditions for contracting products or services (hereinafter, «Conditions») through the website vicbrew.com, owned by VICBREWERY S.L., hereinafter, PROVIDER, whose contact details also appear in the Legal Notice of this Website.
These Conditions can be modified at any time. It is the responsibility of the USER to read them periodically, since those in force at the time of placing orders will be applicable.
The contracts will not be subject to any formality except for the cases expressly indicated in the Civil and Commercial Codes and in this or other special laws.
Accepting this document implies that the USER:
- Has read and understood the above.
- Is a person with sufficient capacity to enter into contract.
- Assumes all the obligations set forth herein.
These conditions will be valid indefinitely and applicable to all orders submitted through the PROVIDER’s website.
The PROVIDER informs that the business is liable and understands the current laws of the countries to which it sends its products and reserves the right to unilaterally modify the conditions, without affecting the goods or promotions acquired prior to the modification.
Identity of the contracting parties
On one part, the PROVIDER of the products or services contracted by the USER, VICBREWERY S.L., whose registered address is at Finca lo Grau de l’Inquisidor , Crta N-420, km, 798 – 43780 GANDESA (Tarragona), TIN B65899833 and telephone number for customer/USER service 977430681.
And on the other part, the USER, registered on the website by means of a user name and password, who is fully liable for the use and safeguarding of which and for the truthfulness of the personal data submitted to the PROVIDER.
Purpose of the contract
The purpose of this contract is to regulate the contractual trade relationship between the PROVIDER and the USER, which arises when the USER accepts by ticking the corresponding box during the online contracting process.
The contractual trade relationship involves the delivery of a specific product or service, in exchange for a certain price which is publicly displayed on the website.
The USER selects a user name and password, committing to use them diligently and to not make them available to third parties, as well as to inform the PROVIDER of their loss or theft or possible access by an unauthorised third party, so that the PROVIDER can proceed to immediately block them.
Once the user account has been created, we inform you that, in accordance with the requirements of Article 27 of Spanish Law 34/2002 on Services of the Information Society and E-Commerce (LSSICE), the following steps will be followed during the contracting procedure:
1. General contracting clauses.
2. Shipment of orders.
3. Right of withdrawal.
5. Force majeure.
7. General information of the offer.
8. Price and period of validity of the offer.
9. Shipping costs.
10. Payment method, expenses and discounts.
11. Purchase process.
12. Applicable warranties.
13. Guarantees and returns.
14. Applicable law and jurisdiction.
1. GENERAL CONTRACTING CLAUSES
Unless otherwise stipulated in writing, placing an order with the PROVIDER shall imply the acceptance by the USER of these legal terms and conditions. No stipulation made by the USER may differ from those made by the PROVIDER unless expressly accepted in advance and in writing by the PROVIDER.
2. SHIPMENT OF ORDERS
The PROVIDER will not ship any order or activate any service until it has been verified that payment has been made.
Shipment of goods will usually be made using EXPRESS COURIER (POSTAL EXPRESS, SEUR, UPS, STD, etc.), according to the destination indicated by the USER.
Failure to carry out the remote contract
Delivery dates or times are approximate and delays do not constitute a fundamental breach. In the event that the PROVIDER has not delivered the goods within 30 days of the agreed delivery date, due to the unavailability of the product or service, the USER must be informed and will be entitled to cancel the order and will receive a refund of the total amount paid at no additional cost, and without any liability for damages attributable to the PROVIDER.
In the event of unjustified delay by the PROVIDER with respect to the refund of the total amount, the USER may claim payment of double the amount due, without prejudice to their right to be compensated for damages suffered beyond that amount.
The delivery period is usually between 2 and 5 working days, depending on the delivery location and payment method chosen. This period is providing that the goods have been confirmed as available and the full payment of the order has been verified.
The PROVIDER will not accept any liability if the delivery of the product or service is not fulfilled because of false, inaccurate or incomplete information provided by the USER.
The delivery shall be deemed to have taken place when the USER has received the products from the courier and the USER, or their representative, has signed a document confirming receipt of the delivery.
It is the USER’s responsibility to check the products upon receipt and ensure that everything claimed in the delivery receipt document can be justified.
In the event that the contract does not involve the physical delivery of a product, but an activation of some services, being these directly downloaded from the website, the PROVIDER will inform the USER in advance of the procedure to be followed in order to download the product.
3. RIGHT OF WITHDRAWAL
The USER has the same rights and period to return and/or report possible flaws or defects in the online products or services as they do for offline products or services.
The USER has a period of fourteen calendar days from the date of receipt of the product to return it (Article 71 of Spanish Law 3/2014 of 27 March). Unless the return is made due to defects in the product, shipping costs will be paid for by the USER. The product must be returned in its original packaging and in perfect condition and, if a service is provided, on the day of activation and/or download.
The right of withdrawal shall not apply in the following cases:
1. If the product is not returned in perfect condition.
2. If the product packaging is not the original or is not in perfect condition. The original packaging must be used to protect the product so that it arrives in perfect condition, and applying seals and adhesive tapes directly to the product is prohibited.
3. When the product is opened without proof of having been used.
4. In the case of software applications that are directly downloaded through the portal or unsealed by the USER after their physical delivery.
5. In the case of personalised products or products that, for hygiene reasons or other legally established exceptions legally provided for in Article 103 of Law 3/2014 of 27 March.
6. In the provision of products whose price depends on fluctuations in the financial market which the PROVIDER cannot control and which may occur during the withdrawal period.
7. In the provision of products made according to the specifications of the USER or clearly personalised.
8. In the provision of products that may deteriorate or expire quickly.
The PROVIDER must be informed of any return, with the request for a return number through the form provided for this purpose, or by emailing email@example.com, indicating the corresponding invoice number or order number.
Once the USER has received the return number, they will send the product, indicating this number in the delivery note, covering the shipping costs themselves, to the PROVIDER at VICBREWERY S.L., Finca lo Grau de l’Inquisidor , Crta N-420, km, 798 – 43780 GANDESA (Tarragona).
Any complaint that the USER deems appropriate should be dealt with as soon as possible, and can be made by contacting the following contact addresses:
Postal address: VICBREWERY S.L., Finca lo Grau de l’Inquisidor , Crta N-420, km, 798 – 43780 GANDESA (Tarragona)
Online Dispute Resolution (ODR)
In accordance with Article 14.1 of Regulation (EU) 524/2013, the European Commission provides a free online access platform for the resolution of conflicts between the USER and the PROVIDER without the need to resort to courts of law, through the intervention of a third party called the Dispute Resolution Body, which acts as an intermediary between them. This is a neutral body which will consult both parties in order to reach an agreement, and may ultimately suggest and/or impose a solution to the conflict.
Link to the ODR platform: http://ec.europa.eu/consumers/odr/
5. FORCE MAJEURE
The parties shall not be liable for any fault due to any greater cause. Fulfilment of the obligation shall be delayed until after the end of the case of force majeure.
The USER may not assign, transfer or transmit the rights, responsibilities and obligations agreed in the purchase.
If any of the terms and conditions are considered null or impossible to fulfil, the validity, legality and fulfilment of the remaining terms and conditions shall not be affected or modified in any way.
The USER declares to have read, understood and accepted these Conditions in their entirety.
7. GENERAL INFORMATION OF THE OFFER
All sales and deliveries made by the PROVIDER are subject to these Conditions.
No modification, alteration or agreement contrary to the Commercial Proposal of VICBREWERY S.L. or stipulated herein shall take effect, unless expressly agreed in writing and signed by the PROVIDER, in which case, these particular agreements shall prevail.
Given the continuous technical advances and product improvements, the PROVIDER reserves the right to modify its specifications with respect to the information provided in its advertisements, as long as this does not affect the value of the products offered. These changes shall also apply in the event that, for any reason, the possibility of supplying the products offered is affected.
8. PRICE AND PERIOD OF VALIDITY OF THE OFFER
The prices indicated for each product include Value Added Tax (VAT) or any other applicable taxes. These prices, unless expressly stated otherwise, do not include shipping, handling, packaging, insurance or any other additional services and attachments to the product or service purchased.
The prices applicable to each product are those published on the website and shall be shown in Euros. The USER accepts that the economic valuation of some of the products may vary in real time.
Before making your purchase, you can check all details of the estimate online: items, quantities, price, availability, shipping costs, charges, discounts, taxes and the total amount of the purchase. Prices may change daily as long as the order has not been placed.
Once the order has been placed, prices will be maintained regardless of whether the products are available.
Any payment made to the PROVIDER entails sending an invoice in the name of the registered USER or of the company name that they indicated while placing the order. This invoice will be sent with the purchased product, as well as in PDF format to the email address provided by the USER.
For any information about the order, the USER may contact the PROVIDER’s customer service by calling 977430681 or by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.
9. SHIPPING COSTS
The prices do not include shipping or communication expenses, installation or download or additional services, unless expressly agreed otherwise in writing.
Shipping costs will be calculated when saving the basket or estimate, since they are calculated by the weight of the products and the delivery address.
The maximum shipping rate applied is as follows:
Spain up to 2 kg: ………. €
Spain > 2 kg up to 10 kg: ………. €
Spain > 10 kg: ………. €
Outside of Spain up to 2 kg: ………. €
Outside of Spain > 2 kg up to 10 kg: ………. €
Out of Spain > 10 kg: ……… €
10. PAYMENT METHODS, CHARGES AND DISCOUNTS
The PROVIDER accepts the following payment methods for orders:
- Bank transfer: apply a discount of ……….. % for prompt payment.
- Cash on delivery: apply a charge of ……….. % (minimum 3 €) as a collection fee. Payment will not be accepted if it exceeds……….. €.
- Credit card: no discounts or fees applied. Payment by credit card will not be accepted if it exceeds……….. €.
The website uses generally accepted information security techniques within the industry, such as firewalls, access control procedures and cryptographic mechanisms, with the aim of preventing unauthorised access to data. To achieve these purposes, the user/client agrees that the provider will obtain data for the purpose of the corresponding access control authentication.
The PROVIDER undertakes not to allow any transaction that is or is considered illegal by the credit card brands or the acquiring bank, which may or has the potential to damage their goodwill or negatively influence them.
The following activities are prohibited by the card brands’ programmes: the sale or offer of a product or service that does not comply with all laws applicable to the Buyer, Issuing Bank, Merchant or Cardholder.
11. PURCHASE PROCESS
Basket (budget simulation)
Any product from our catalogue can be added to the basket. In the basket you can only view the products, quantity, price and total cost. Once the basket has been saved, the taxes, charges and discounts will be calculated according to the payment and shipping details entered.
Baskets have no administrative link, it is only a section where you can simulate an order without any commitment from either party.
Follow the steps below to correctly place an order from the basket:
1. – Confirm billing details.
2. – Confirm shipping address.
3. – Select payment method.
4. – Place your order (buy).
Once the order has been processed, the system instantly sends an email to the PROVIDER’s management department and another to the e-mail of the USER confirming that the order has been placed.
Orders (purchase requests)
Within a maximum of 24 hours, on working days, an email will be sent to the USER confirming the status of the order and the approximate date of shipment and/or delivery.
12. APPLICABLE GUARANTEES
All products offered on the website are completely original, unless otherwise stated in their description. They all have a two-year warranty period in accordance with the criteria and conditions described in the Spanish Royal Legislative Decree 1/2007 of 16 November, approving the revision of the General Law for the defence of consumers and users and other complementary laws.
13. GUARANTEES AND REFUNDS
The guarantee of the products offered will respond to the following articles based on the Royal Legislative Decree 1/2007, of 16 November, which approves the revised text of the General Law for the Defence of Consumers and Users and other complementary laws:
Article 114. General principles.
The seller is obliged to deliver to the consumer and user products which conform to the contract, and is liable to the consumer and user for any lack of conformity which exists at the time of delivery of the product.
Article 115. Scope of application.
1. This title covers contracts for the sale of products and contracts for the supply of products to be produced or manufactured.
2. The provisions of this Title shall not apply to products purchased through judicial sale, to water or gas, where they are not packaged for sale in a limited volume or set quantity, and to electricity. Neither shall it be applicable to second-hand products acquired at administrative auction which may be attended in person by consumers and users.
Article 116. Conformity of products with the contract.
1. Unless there is proof to the contrary, products shall be deemed to conform with the contract provided that they fulfil all the requirements set out below, unless the circumstances of the case deem any of them inapplicable:
a) They comply with the description given by the seller and possess the qualities of the product which the seller has held out to the consumer as a sample or model.
b) They are fit for the purposes for which such products are usually intended.
c) They are fit for any special use required by the consumer and user if they have informed the seller of this when the contract is executed, provided that they have accepted that the product is fit for such use.
d) They show the quality and performance which are normal in products of the same type and which the consumer and user can reasonably expect, given the nature of the product and taking into account any public statements on the specific characteristics of the products made about them by the seller, the producer or his representative, particularly in advertising or on labelling. The seller shall not be bound by such public statements if he proves that he was not aware and could not reasonably be expected to be aware of the statement in question, that the statement had been corrected at the time of the conclusion of the contract or that the statement could not have influenced the decision to purchase the product.
2. Non-conformity resulting from incorrect installation of the product will be deemed equivalent to non-conformity of the product when the installation is included in the sales or supply contract regulated by Article 115.1 and has been carried out by the seller or under his responsibility, or by the consumer and user when the defective installation is due to an error in the installation instructions.
3. No liability shall arise for lack of conformity which the consumer or user was aware of or could not reasonably have been unaware of at the time of conclusion of the contract or which arises from materials supplied by the consumer and user.
Article 117. Incompatibility of actions.
The exercise of the actions contemplated in this title shall be incompatible with the exercise of the actions derived from the reorganisation due to hidden defects in the purchase and sale.
In any case, the consumer and user will have the right, in accordance with civil and commercial legislation, to be compensated for damages resulting from the lack of conformity.
Article 118. Responsibility of the seller and rights of the consumer and user.
The consumer and user has the right to have the product repaired, replaced, the price reduced or the contract terminated, in accordance with the provisions of this title.
Article 119. Repair and replacement of the product.
1. If the product is not in accordance with the contract, the consumer and user may choose to demand its repair or replacement, unless one of these options is objectively impossible or disproportionate. As soon as the consumer and user informs the seller of the chosen option, both parties must abide by it. The consumer and user’s decision is without prejudice to the provisions of the article below, in the event that the repair or replacement fails to bring the product into compliance with the contract.
2. Any form of remedy that imposes unreasonable costs on the seller in comparison with the other form will be considered disproportionate, taking into account the value the product would have if there were no lack of conformity, the significance of the lack of conformity and whether the alternative form of remedy could be carried out without major inconvenience to the consumer and user.
In order to determine whether the costs are unreasonable, the costs for one form of remedy must also be considerably higher than the costs for the other form of remedy.
Article 120. Legal regime for the repair or replacement of the product.
Repair and replacement shall comply with the following rules:
a) They will be free of charge for the consumer and user. This shall include the necessary costs incurred in remedying the non-conformity of the products with the contract, in particular shipping costs, as well as labour and material costs.
b) They shall be completed within a reasonable time and without any significant inconvenience to the consumer and user, taking account of the nature of the products and the purpose for which the consumer and user required them.
c) Repairs suspend the time periods referred to in Article 123. The suspension period shall begin from the time the consumer and user makes the product available to the seller and shall end with the delivery of the repaired product to the consumer and user. During the six months following the delivery of the repaired product, the seller will be liable for the faults that led to the repair, being presumed to be the same faults when defects of the same origin as those initially stated are reproduced in the product.
d) If once the repair has been concluded and the product has been delivered, it still does not comply with the contract, the consumer and user may demand the replacement of the product, unless this option is disproportionate, the reduction of the price or the cancellation of the contract under the terms envisaged in this chapter.
e) Replacement suspends the periods referred to in Article 123 from the exercise of the option by the consumer and user until the delivery of the new product. The second paragraph of Article 123.1 shall in any case apply to the replacement product.
f) If the replacement fails to bring the product into conformity with the contract, the consumer and user may demand that the product be repaired, unless this option is disproportionate, the reduction of the price or the cancellation of the contract under the terms provided in this chapter.
g) The consumer and user may not demand substitution in the case of non-fungible products, or in the case of second-hand products.
Article 121. Price reduction and contract termination.
The price will be reduced and the contract terminated, at the choice of the consumer or user, if the latter is unable to demand repair or replacement and if these have not been carried out within a reasonable time or without major inconvenience for the consumer and user. The decision shall not apply when the non-conformity is of minor importance.
Article 122. Price reduction criteria.
The price reduction will be proportional to the difference between the value the product would have had at the time of delivery had it been in compliance with the contract and the value of the product actually delivered at the time of delivery.
Article 123. Timing.
1. The seller shall be liable for any non-conformity which becomes apparent within two years of delivery. In the case of second-hand products, the seller and the consumer and user may agree on a shorter period, which may not be less than one year from delivery.
Unless proved otherwise, any lack of conformity which becomes apparent within six months of the delivery of the product, whether new or second-hand, shall be presumed to have existed at the time when the goods were delivered, unless this presumption is incompatible with the nature of the product or the nature of the lack of conformity.
2. Unless proven otherwise, delivery shall be considered to have occurred on the day indicated on the invoice or purchase ticket, or on the corresponding delivery note if this is later.
3. The seller is obliged to deliver to the consumer or user who exercises his right to repair or replacement documentary evidence of the delivery of the product, stating the date of delivery and the lack of conformity that gives rise to the exercise of the right.
Similarly, together with the repaired or replaced product, the seller shall provide the consumer or user with documentary evidence of the delivery, including the date of delivery and, where appropriate, the repair carried out.
4. The action to claim compliance with the provisions of chapter II of this title shall expire after three years from the delivery of the product.
5. The consumer and user must inform the seller of the lack of conformity within two months of becoming aware of it. Failure to comply with this deadline will not imply the loss of the right to the corresponding remedy, the consumer and user being responsible, however, for the damages or losses actually caused by the delay in communication.
Unless proven otherwise, it shall be understood that the consumer and user has communicated the non-conformity within the established period.
Article 124. Action against the manufacturer.
If it is impossible or too inconvenient for the consumer and user to contact the seller regarding the non-conformity of the products covered by the contract, they may claim directly from the manufacturer in order to obtain the replacement or repair of the product.
In general, and without prejudice to the fact that the producer’s liability shall cease, for the purposes of this title, within the same periods and under the same conditions as those laid down for the seller, the manufacturer shall be liable for the lack of conformity when it concerns the origin, identity or suitability of the products, in accordance with their nature and purpose and with the rules governing them.
Whoever has responded to the consumer and user will have a period of one year to repeat the complaint against the person responsible for the lack of conformity. This period is calculated from the time when the problem is remedied.
14. APPLICABLE LAW AND JURISDICTION
These conditions shall be governed by or construed in accordance with Spanish law in respect of matters not expressly set forth herein. The PROVIDER and the USER agree to submit any dispute that may arise from the provision of the products or services covered by these Terms and Conditions to the courts and tribunals of the USER’S place of residence.
E-COMMERCE (INFORMATION) Information on guarantees for the sale of consumer goods
Goods regulated by law
The Guarantees Law applies to personal property, i.e. consumer goods ranging from household appliances to vehicles, including furniture, objects of all kinds, including works of art. By their very nature, services and real estate are exempt.
The Law excludes sales and purchases between individuals.
For new consumer goods the guarantee will be for two years, while for second-hand products the guarantee will be for one year. During the first six months of a new product’s warranty, it is assumed that the damage is caused at the factory and the seller must bear all the costs of repair, as well as parts, transport and work hours. The warranty period is suspended while the product or object is being repaired.
Product in good condition
The law considers that a consumer must be satisfied with the product purchased if they meet the following requirements: that the product meets the description given by the seller and has the features displayed by a demonstration or model. It should also be used for what is indicated in the instruction book, as well as in any verbal instructions given by the seller or in a demonstration video. Common use of the product also includes what can be seen in advertising, indications that appear on a label, or a use that is a result of the features of the product itself. If the consumer has requested a special use and the seller has assured them that the goods purchased will be offered to them, they must be. In addition, the product being purchased must be of appropriate quality and performance. Therefore, a pressure cooker must cook faster than a traditional pot.
The Law binds the sellers of consumer goods on the one hand, and the consumers as final recipients on the other. In other words, contracts between private individuals are excluded, since the contract only provides for the sale and purchase between a professional seller and a consumer.
It applies whenever a consumer good is purchased, i.e. any object or product for private consumption. Property acquired in a judicial sale (auction of confiscated property) is excluded. The distribution of unpackaged water or gas for sale is not subject to this law either.
Claim in case of product failure
The first person responsible for the product is the seller. However, the consumer can go directly to the manufacturer or importer if going to the seller is an inconvenience. For example, if during a holiday away from home you purchase a digital camera that does not correspond to what was offered in the store, it is easier for the consumer to go to the manufacturer or importer rather than to the establishment where it was bought.
When the product’s features do not correspond with those advertised, the consumer may choose to have the goods repaired or replaced, unless this is impossible or disproportionate. If repair or replacement is not possible or is disproportionate, the consumer may opt for an appropriate reduction in the price or for the termination of the contract, i.e. a refund.
The consumer may not request a replacement in the case of second-hand goods or goods which cannot be replaced. For example, replacement cannot be requested if the goods are no longer manufactured or stocked, if a second-hand vehicle is purchased, or if, because of the impossibility of doing so, the goods are an exclusive work of art, antique or clothing design. Replacement will be disproportionate where a small defect is easily or simply repaired. Repair will be disproportionate when it is uneconomical, i.e. more expensive than the value of the good.
The consumer must report the fault within two months of its detection. In this sense, if the problem has arisen within six months of the purchase of the product, the seller must enforce the guarantee, since within that period of time it is assumed that the problem comes from the factory. However, if those six months have elapsed, it is the consumer who must prove that the fault is from the factory and that it was not caused by misuse of the product.
The Law establishes that during the six months following delivery of the repaired goods, the seller will be liable for the faults that caused the repair, assuming that it is the same fault when defects of the same origin as those initially repaired reoccur. In order to be able to enforce this repair guarantee, the consumer must keep the proof of the repair and technical service that was given when the product was repaired.
Failure after repair or replacement
The Law provides for the following possibilities: If the consumer chose to replace a faulty product, they may ask the seller to repair it, provided it is not disproportionate, to reduce the price or to refund the money. On the other hand, if the first choice was to repair the product failure, the consumer may demand an exchange, a reduction in the price or a refund of all the money paid.
However, the Law does not specify the amount or type of price reduction that the seller must offer the consumer if that is the chosen option. Thus, both parties involved in the purchase must reach an agreement that satisfy both parties.
Refusal to repair, reduce price or return money
If it is still within the first six months, a repair must be requested, as well as a Complaint Form, and insist until reaching trial. It is presumed that there was a fault. But if the first six months have already passed, the opposite is the case. It is the consumer who must prove that the product was purchased with the fault.
In any case, the consumer will have to negotiate, and if they do not agree with the discount offered by the seller they can turn to an appraiser to determine the price of the product after the repair and request a price reduction in that sense.
Instruction booklet and poor installation
If a consumer misuses a product because the instruction booklet is incorrect, the guarantee law protects the consumer and may demand repair or replacement of the product. Likewise, the seller is also responsible if the failure is due to a bad installation caused by incorrect instructions in the manual or by the technicians sent by the seller.
In case of repair or transfer to a technical service centre, ¿what must the consumer pay?
Nothing. During the period in which the warranty is effective, the seller or manufacturer must bear the cost of travel, parts and repair time. Additionally, the guarantee period is suspended for as long as the product remains in service. In other words, the clock is not ticking. On the other hand, in addition to demanding the guarantee to be applied (repair, exchange, price reduction or refund), the consumer can claim compensation for damages resulting from the fault and repair time. For example, if a user purchases a refrigerator and it breaks down within a week of purchase, in addition to requesting the guarantee to be applied, the user can demand compensation for the food that has broken down due to the malfunctioning of the appliance.
The commercial guarantee is that which the manufacturer, distributor or seller gives and which must always exceed that offered by law, since this is understood by the consumer to be the minimum required. It is also a marketing tool for businesses. However, this guarantee must meet certain requirements, such as making clear what it applies to, the object or product that has such guarantee, and the name and address of the person offering it.
RIGHT OF WITHDRAWAL
For the attention of:
Name: VICBREWERY S.L.
Address: Finca lo Grau de l’Inquisidor , Crta N-420, km, 798 – 43780 GANDESA (Tarragona)
Telephone number: 977430681
Details of the goods/services to be withdrawn:
N.º of contract/order/invoice:
Date of receipt of the product/service:
Description of the product/service:
(* non-mandatory data)
Right of withdrawal:
You may exercise the right of withdrawal within the period of 14 days established by law from the day following the date of a service contract or the day receiving a product.
In accordance with Article 71 of the Spanish Law 3/2014, of 28 March, which modifies the revised text of the Spanish General Law for the Defence of Consumers and Users and other complementary laws, I hereby inform you that I am withdrawing from the contract for the sale of the goods/services described above within the specified period, and I would therefore be grateful if you could contact me using the contact details provided to notify me confirming that the request has been received.
Date of request: