Our Return Policy in short
- Contact What the Clock before returning any items.
- You can return the product within 14 days of delivery.
- The product must be in new condition.
- To avoid any Customs charges please clearly mark the package ‘RETURNED GOODS’.
- If a package is unclaimed you might have to pay a handling fee.
Please contact What the Clock before returning any items.
It is appropriate that the consumer controls the delivery to verify that this is accurate and error free. At the complaint, the customer contacts What the Clock and gives information relevant and the reason for complaint.
You can return the product within 14 days of delivery. The product must be in new condition. If the product is ruined or used the product shall not be refunded. Make sure to include contact information with the return and if possible, please provide us with a tracking number. What the Clock suggests you get a receipt and a package ID for the return from the delivery service, as it makes it easier to follow the return shipment if needed.
What the Clock will make a refund of eligible returns. If you paid by invoice, we will need a bank account number to transfer the money back to. The easiest way is to e-mail it to us along with a brief description of your case.
Returning A Package
If a returned item is shipped international, please clearly mark the package ‘RETURNED GOODS’, to avoid any Customs charges. What the Clock is NOT responsible for any return Customs charges made. Any charges incurred are the responsibility of the customer.
If the product is lost or you, upon receiving, notice that the item has been damaged during transport, you should immediately report this to us.
For packages that are not cashed at your post office within 14 days, What the Clock reserves the right to charge you a handling fee to cover return shipping and freight companies’ administrative costs.
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