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Payment

Invoices from Altmann & Kühne OHG must be paid immediately before the delivery period starts:

You have the possibility to pay by Paypal, credit card (American Express, Diners, Mastercard, Visa) or by bank transfer. If you pay by credit card, the credit card indicated will be charged immediately after sending the order. The credit card data will not be stored in any form.

In the event of late payment, we will charge interest on arrears at a rate of 6 percent above the respective base interest rate of the European Central Bank. If the customer is in arrears with payment or other services, we are entitled - without prejudice to other rights - to withhold our deliveries until the agreed counter-performance has been rendered, while maintaining the still open delivery period, or to withdraw from the contract after a reasonable grace period has expired and to claim damages for non-performance. In this case, the customer must return the delivered items to us immediately at his own expense. We reserve the right to assert claims for compensation for depreciation, wear and tear, compensation for our own transport expenses and other matters, whereby we are entitled to demand or retain 20 percent of the price as a minimum contractual penalty in the event of our withdrawal from the contract.

In the event of a breach of his contractual obligations, the customer undertakes to reimburse us for all costs necessary for the appropriate pursuit of our claims. For each reminder 5 Euro and further 25 Euro for keeping evidence of the debt in the dunning process are to be reimbursed by the customer. In addition, the costs of collection agencies up to the maximum fees provided for in the respective valid regulation for maximum fees in the collection system and the costs of lawyers according to the Lawyers' Tariff Act are to be reimbursed.

The customer may only offset in the event of insolvency on our part or with related, undisputed or legally established claims. Entrepreneurs within the meaning of the KSchG can only assert a right of retention with regard to such claims.