John T. & Pearl Lewis Books by Post - Terms of Trade

We are pleased to accept payment by any of the following:
CREDIT CARD or PAYPAL processed online via Paypal's secure server -
simply email for a Paypal Invoice
Or
STERLING CHEQUE drawn on a UK based bank and made payable to
'John T. & Pearl Lewis';
Or
DIRECT BANK CREDIT into our account:
Bank - LLOYDS/TSB
Address - 28 Meneage St. , Helston, Cornwall. TR13 8AB. U.K.
Account No. - 20993860
Sort Code - 77-09-16
BIC: LOYDGB21T73
IBAN: GB46 LOYD 7709 1620 9938 60
***CUSTOMERS FROM OUTSIDE THE UK - PLEASE NOTE - Bank charges must be added
to the total price!***

Or
INTERNATIONAL MONEY ORDER - (fee paid) payable in GB Pounds and Drawn on
a UK based Bank.
***CUSTOMERS FROM OUTSIDE THE UK - PLEASE NOTE - Bank charges must be added
to the total price!***
International Bank Charges Can Be Excessive - and some payments come via
intermediary banks which also charge a transaction fee, and all
Customers are therefore requested to PLEASE CHECK WITH YOUR BANK before
making payment!
As soon as we have your payment we will email to confirm dispatch of the
book by the next post.

POSTAGE - Books are UK Post Free, for delivery outside the UK we use a sliding scale
based on weight and destination, for a quote please email giving
delivery address.

As many customers will testify, all of our books are carefully and
securely packed and clearly labelled to minimise risk of loss or damage
in transit.

RETURNS -We take great care to describe our books accurately and will
always provide additional details if requested, we also security mark
all books and keep scans to further aid identification. Nevertheless,
mistakes can happen, or you may simply change your mind and we
understand this and so if you wish to return a book, as received, for
any reason, within 14 working days of receipt, please email us immediately so
that we may arrange return of the book and your refund.

Trading Hours

As ours is a strictly Postal Business with our books stored rather
than shelved and so not readily to hand, email inquiries are therefore
preferred.