TERMS AND CONDITIONS
The terms and conditions (the 'Terms and Conditions') on this page shall constitute the agreement (the 'Agreement) between UnlimitedLights.com (''Seller' or 'Unlimited Lights LLC') and purchaser (you or 'Purchaser'). This Agreement entails the product category, quantity and shipping date terms set forth in your electronic or written purchase order.
These terms include, though are not limited to, the agreements related to any warranty whether expressed or implied. Any warranty can be replaced by these Terms and Conditions.
Part 1: Privacy
When you place an order on unlimitedlights.com, some of your personally identifiable data including names and addresses will be retained on our secured off-line server. Email addresses can be used for routine business communication, including requested information and newsletters.
Part 2: Payment
Net invoices are due and payable upon receipt of merchandise, for customers in good standing. You can pre-pay your order with a Check, Cashier's Check, or Credit Card (Visa, MasterCard, Discover or American Express). We do not accept COD orders.
We may request a deposit of up to fifty percent (50%) of the product(s) for any order above one-thousand dollars ($1,000) before products are built. A late payment of one and one-half percent (1.5%) per month, eighteen percent (18%) per year will be added to account balances not paid in accordance with our terms. Any account balances still owing six (6) months after delivery of goods shall be delinquent and we reserve the right to take any and all steps to obtain the owed amount.
Part 3: Purchase Orders
We gladly accept purchase orders over two-hundred dollars ($200). Please contact us by phone at 800.590.8599 or email us to set up a new account. We cannot accept purchase orders until an account has been established with us. Orders below two-hundred dollars ($200) require a credit card hold. Placing an order does not constitute an offer to sell.
Part 4: Termination
Unlimited Lights LLC may terminate this Agreement if the Purchaser breaches defaults on any obligations mentioned. Seller may terminate this Agreement without notice and may regard Purchaser as in default of this Agreement, if Purchaser becomes insolvent, makes a general assignment for the benefit of creditors, files a voluntary petition of bankruptcy, suffers or permits the appointment of a receiver for its business or assets, or becomes subject to any proceeding under any bankruptcy or insolvency law, whether domestic or foreign. Upon termination for nonpayment, Seller shall be court-ordered to cease filling orders in addition to any other remedies to which it may be entitled.