Bontibú S. L. accepts orders at any time, 24 hours a day, every day of the week.
Bontibú S.L. accepts payments via PAYPAL to guarantee maximum security in payments. When he sees the PAYPAL symbol, the Client can consider that his operation is 100% protected. If our security department suspects an anomaly or fraud, Bontibú S.L. reserves the right to cancel the transaction for security reasons.
Bontibú S.L. makes two payment methods available to the Client:
PAYMENT WITH CREDIT / DEBIT CARD
If you choose to pay by card, the Customer's order will be charged through the payment gateway that Paypal has for it. Paypal encrypts your bank details when they are transmitted over the internet. For security reasons, it is our obligation to verify all orders paid by bank card. Paypal accepts Visa and MasterCard cards registered in the secure payment system Verified by Visa.
PAYMENT WITH PAYPAL ACCOUNT
If you choose to pay with your own PayPal account, you must take into account that Paypal allows you to pay directly without communicating financial data on the Internet. PayPal automatically encrypts confidential data with the help of the best technologies available in the market. Bontibú S.L. It is not responsible for the own charges that Paypal may make in your account due to cost commissions or verification of veracity.
In the event that the purchase has been made by a final consumer or a company, the corresponding invoice will be issued. Both will contain the breakdown corresponding to the Value Added Tax if applicable and the shipping costs. Please, you can request it via email to email@example.com
Bontibú, S. L. reserves the right to withhold any order for security reasons, as well as temporarily not allowing access to the Products purchased. The affected CUSTOMERS will be informed. Likewise, Bontibú, S. L. reserves the right to cancel an order if it is considered that the data provided by the CLIENT cannot be verified, or if it considers that the Product has been acquired by the CLIENT for resale.
Bontibú, S. L. will not be responsible for delays in the delivery of orders derived from the lack of authorization by the payment system.