Payments & Security
ORDER OF PRODUCTS AND CONSUMER PROTECTION
Making an order through the e-shop signifies that you enter into a distance selling agreement, which is governed by the legal frame of Law 2251/1994, as modified.
You may enter into a valid order through our e-shop provided that you are a legally capable person according to the Greek Civil Code (that is if you are eighteen years of age or older and you are not placed under judicial guardianship regarding the entering into sales agreements). Representatives of legal entities may also place orders; our company reserves the right to claim from supervisors or guardians any order made by legally incapacitated persons.
PROCEDURE FOR MAKING AN ORDER THROUGH E-SHOP:
- You need to fill in the special form with the necessary data in order to enter into the sales agreement
To facilitate payment for those who wish to buy products from our e-shop, www.dimarg.gr offers the following payment methods:
1. By charging your debit/credit card (for all countries).
Charging of card through the payment portal of the National Bank of Greece, takes place on the date the procedure of dispatching of products begins. Our website, www.dimarg.gr, has taken all necessary precautions regarding the security of your transactions through your card and all credit and debit card holders are subject to validity control. It is important to specify necessarily a phone number and a valid e-mail address.
2. By bank transfer (for all countries).
The customer makes the payment directly to our bank account, stating the name and order number as the reason of deposit. After the successful deposit is made, a copy must be sent to firstname.lastname@example.org. The order will not be shipped until the money is cleared in our bank account. Any additional bank or other charges are paid by the customer and not by our company.
Our business banking details are:
Beneficiary: ARGYROPOULOS DIMITRIOS
National Bank of Greece – IBAN: GR4401104270000042700439070 – SWIFT/BIC: ETHNGRAA
Alpha Bank – IBAN: GR9001405400540002002012846 – SWIFT/BIC: CRBAGRAA
Piraeus Bank – IBAN: GR8501725180005518100398131 – SWIFT/BIC: PIRBGRAA
Eurobank – IBAN: GR4302600970000460200686758 – SWIFT/BIC: ERBKGRAA
3. By Cash on delivery COD (Greece only) on the moment you will receive the ordered products by courier.
In this case, the customers will be charged the amount of 2.50€ per order (VAT 24% is included).
4. Payment in store (Greece only).
Payment by cash or by using a credit/debit card through the payment terminal (POS) of the National Bank upon receipt of your order.
The maximum booking time of the order in the store is 48 hours from the moment of its execution. Beyond this time limit, the order will be canceled.
Before the completion of the order, our company informs consumers through our website about the identity and address of suppliers, substantial features of the product, price, quantity, transfer costs, payment method, delivery method, duration and price of the offer, if any, and the right of withdrawal.
Upon sending of the order form, consumers receive online a copy of their order that they may save.
All prices shown under the relevant lists of each product include VAT (24%); www.dimarg.gr reserves the right to change prices without notice to the consumers.
NOTE: Non EU-Customers shall be subject to any charges that may arise from exchange rate differences, customs clearances, etc., for which our company shall bear no liability.
The www.dimarg.gr website uses the SSL protocol of National Bank of Greece (NBG | www.nbg.gr) for safe online business transactions. In this way, all credit card information is encrypted so that it may not be read or changed while transferred in the Internet.
SSL protocol (Secure Sockets Layer) is now a global Internet standard for the certification of websites to Internet users and for the encryption of data between Internet users and web servers. An SSL encrypted communication requires all information interchanged between a customer and a server to be encrypted by the sender’s software and to be decoded by the recipient’s software; in this way, personal data are protected while transferred in the Internet. Furthermore, all information sent via SSL protocol is protected by a mechanism that automatically verifies if such data have been changed while transferred.