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E-gift card terms & conditions

Scatter Box E-Gift Card Terms & Conditions

The Scatter Box E-Gift Card is a digital voucher and not a credit card, charge card, or check guarantee card. Please read and adhere to the following terms and conditions:

Redemption

The Scatter Box E-Gift Card is redeemable exclusively for purchases made online at Scatterboxshop.ie. It cannot be used in physical stores or at any other third-party locations.

Non-Refundable

The E-Gift Card is non-refundable and cannot be exchanged for cash. Any remaining balance after a purchase will be retained on the E-Gift Card for future transactions.

Lost or Stolen E-Gift Cards

Please keep your E-Gift Card details secure, as Scatter Box assumes no responsibility for lost, stolen, or damaged cards.


General Terms and Conditions


Sales and Fulfillment
Scatter Box E-Gift Cards are sold, managed, and fulfilled by Abbeylands Furniture Ltd T/A Scatter Box. Our registered address is Scatter Box, Newgate, Kells Rd, Navan, Meath, C15 V6W4. Scatter Box is the seller of these E-Gift Cards.

Delivery
E-Gift Cards ordered through our platform will be sent to the email address provided during the purchase. 

Risk and Title
The risk associated with the E-Gift Card passes to the customer upon delivery, and title transfers upon receipt of full payment. Scatter Box cannot be held accountable for lost or stolen E-Gift Cards following their delivery to the recipient.

Payment
Full payment is required before orders are dispatched. Payments are processed at the time of purchase. We reserve the right to decline any order without providing an explanation. Scatter Box will not have access to your credit/debit card details.

Prohibited Resale
The resale of E-Gift Cards purchased through our website is strictly prohibited.

Governing Law
Your use of this website and associated services is subject to Irish law. Disputes arising from your use of this website are subject to the non-exclusive jurisdiction of the Irish courts.

Force Majeure
Scatter Box shall not be held responsible for failing to meet its service obligations in cases beyond its reasonable control, including acts of God, trade disputes, governmental intervention, fire, flood, and disruptions to computer and IT infrastructure.

Breach of Conditions
A breach of these conditions will entitle Scatter Box to seek appropriate legal remedies, including injunctions, damages, or other legal actions.

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