When you email us with your email address, we will send you this document in word, open office format. Along with our quote. You will then be able to sign this document and return to us as an attachment in an email. This will then be the contract on which we will transport /ship your item, or items. There is no other contract and all details relevant to your goods you want shipped must be included in this document. It has been made to cover all possible items we might ship for you.
We will then quote you on the basis of information on this document. If you wish us to ship / transport your item, this will be the document used, that you completed and we will send you a copy of this document signed by us. It will be the same document that the driver uses and customs see. It will also be the document that arrives with the item at it's destination. One document for everything saves confusion and any misunderstandings. We will keep the original and copies will be used for everything else. Simplicity is how we try to operate.
Signing this contract you agree to our terms and conditions of business and agree you have read and understood our terms and conditions as found on our Terms and conditions page. There is no exclusions from this.
Payment; We require payment in advance for any work we undertake to do for you. This is normal practice in the transport industry and courier work of any kind.
No transport business takes payment on delivery. Unless it has been agreed by the supplier of the goods in question. Please dont ask ,as refusal often offends. We do not do or offer credit. We expect deposits paid into our UK bank account before we start any kind of work. We also expect the balance in cash with goods or paid into our account
Our business takes payment in advance at the ratio of 50% with signing of contract / order, or acceptance of us doing any kind of work for our clients. The balance to be paid with goods, before dispatch or transport to destination.
Nothing will be transported with payments on delivery. Not even couriers do this. So is standard transport practice payments up front.
List of order in how we operate;
1, you ask us for a price for your move, with your post code and address in 1 country and the address and country your load is going to, with that post code as well.
2, We then reply with the advice to look at our website, especially our terms and conditions page and give you the price for your Job.
3, If your happy with our terms and conditions and our price, we then ask you for an approximate date you require us to move you.
4, We then complete and sign our contract, we will have with you and send you by email the copy, which we ask you to sign
and scan, then you send by email the scanned copy you have just signed, to us. At this point we expect to receive off you at the same time, as per our Terms of Business a 50% deposit paid into our UK bank account. The Balance to be paid when we get to your property to collect your goods.
We will not operate a pay later system. Not paid for, Not done for. We will not accept the contract as binding unless the deposit is paid, this is part of the contract we both sign and agree to.
Once deposit is paid, we are then contracted to move you on the agreed date.
Our best wishes to you,
Tony and Aneta Rees