Returns and Refunds
Our aim is to ensure your complete satisfaction with the products and services we supply. If you need to return any item, we have detailed here, the steps for you to follow to make this process as easy and straightforward as possible.
We pride ourselves on processing jobs quickly and if you decide to cancel your order, we may have already incurred some costs. This can be for administration, artwork setup or handling charges made by our suppliers for example and there will be a restocking charge deducted from any refund to cover us for these expenses.
If there is a query with your order, we would like to hear from you as soon as possible and request that you call our Customer Service Team on 0118 9120 420 so we can help you and resolve any issues straight away.
When completing the returns form please provide as much information as you can, this will help us to complete your refund request as quickly as possible.
Card and PayPal refunds will be made within three days of receiving the returned items. It may take several more days for your card provider to display the refund on your statement.
Returning Plain Items
If you are not totally satisfied with your purchase, you may return the item(s) within 14 days for a refund of the cost of the items, excluding the shipping cost. Please be aware that you are responsible for the return shipping cost too and we recommend you use a “signed for” service to ensure that nothing is lost or misplaced when returning the items to us.
The goods must be returned in a saleable condition, this means that they must not have been used or worn. You must include their original packaging with bags, tags and any associated packing materials.
Returning Decorated Items
You can only request to return decorated items that are faulty, have been damaged or incorrectly supplied. Once the items have been decorated it is not possible to cancel the order whether they have been shipped or not. Please be aware that The Consumer Contracts Regulations that came into force on 13th June 2014 excludes “personalised goods or goods made to a consumer’s specification”.