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ISSUES WITH ORDERS/CUSTOMER SERVICE

Please contact us via email info@wclc.org.nz, Phone (04) 499 2928 or post to Southmark House, Level 8, 203 Willis Street, Wellington.

CANCELLATION/RETURNS POLICY
If you are not completely satisfied with the product, contact info@wclc.org.nz. We will arrange collection of the product, and replacement if deemed necessary. Please note, this must be done within 30 days of the purchase date.

CREDIT CARD INFORMATION
“Community Law” will appear on cardholder statements for any credit card transactions made through this website. Your account will be charged in New Zealand dollars.

DELIVERY CHARGES
For deliveries within New Zealand, the cost of freight is included in the purchase price. For deliveries outside of New Zealand we will contact the purchaser with a price for delivery. If the delivery price is not accepted or another arrangement agreed, the order will be canceled and any money paid will be refunded.

DELIVERY INFORMATION
All deliveries within New Zealand are by courier and direct to your door. The courier will require a signature upon delivery. If no one is home, he or she will leave a card requesting that you contact the Courier office to arrange a suitable delivery time. Special delivery instructions will need to be given at the time of ordering be given eg: leave goods at the back door. We take no responsibility for loss of goods once delivered. Please Note: All goods are insured up until the point of delivery: Until a signature is obtained or wherever the goods are left as per your special delivery instructions.

GST
All prices are exclusive of GST




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