Motte Klamotte - Streetwear out of Nordhessen

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Terms and conditions

General terms and conditions of business

Michael Bender; Wolfhager Str 4a; 34560 Fritzlar
hereinafter referred to as "Motte"

Stand: 27.02.19


§ 1 Scope

The following terms and conditions (hereafter referred to as GTC) apply to all current and future business relationship between the "Motte" and its customers (hereinafter called customer). This is true even if do not make express reference is made to the Terms & Conditions. Deviating or supplementary Terms of the customer are not part of the contract.

§ 2 Contract Partners | Customer service

The purchase contract is concluded with the "Motte" For more information about us you can find in the imprint. You can reach our customer service for questions and complaints Monday through Friday between 12:00 and 19: 000h email to [email protected] or by the contact of the web shop.

§ 3 Offer | Conclusion

In the presentation of the goods on the online platform or the Webshop is it is not a binding offer in the legal sense, but a non-binding online catalog. By clicking the button "Buy" You give a binding order for the goods in your shopping cart. You are the data entered during the ordering process appears again before pressing the "Buy". The customer may check the entered data and correct if necessary. The confirmation of receipt of your order takes place together with the acceptance of the order immediately after sending automated e-mail. With this e-mail confirmation of the purchase contract has been concluded. When ordering via the online platform www.motte or the webshop, the contract with the

Motte Klamotte
M. Bender 

Wolfhager Str 4a
34560 Fritzlar

[email protected]


Email: [email protected],

CEO: Michael Bender


The final contract is subject to correct and timely delivery by the supplier to the "Motte" or by the possibility of producing the goods ordered by the "Motte". This reservation applies only to the case that the "Motte" is not responsible for their own failure to deliver or the production possibility. In the above case the purchaser may withdraw from the contract. The "Motte dud" reserves the right to refuse orders if their contents do not match the moral ideas of the "Motte dud" and the legal provisions, in particular when an infringement (trademarks, copyrights) is present. The actual production of the ordered goods takes place only after payment has been received.