Sisa Kule No: 29/257 Çayyolu/Ankara
ARTICLE 1 - THE PARTIES
Commercial Title : Devasa Media-Yusuf ATAK
Address : Yeniçağ Neighborhood Miralay Nazım Bey Street 06170 Yenimahalle/ANKARA
Phone : 0 542 425 82 80
Seller's E-Mail Address : email@example.com
Devasa Media Call Center: 0 542 425 82 80
First name - last name :
ARTICLE 2-SUBJECT MATTER and SCOPE OF THE AGREEMENT
This Distance Sales Contract (the “Contract”) has been arranged in accordance with the Law No. 6502 on Consumer Protection and the Regulation on Distance Contracts. The parties to this Agreement accept and declare that they know and understand their obligations and responsibilities arising from the Consumer Protection Law and Distance Contracts Regulation No. 6502 on the basis of this Agreement. The subject of this Agreement; The buyer's, owned by Devasa Media-Yusuf ATAK (“Devasa Media”) [www.devasamedia.com ] creates a determination of the rights and obligations of the parties in accordance with the provisions of the Consumer Protection Law No. 6502 and the Regulation on Distance Contracts in relation to the sale and delivery of Goods/ Services with the qualities specified in the Contract, which the Seller orders electronically for the purchase of Goods / Services from the domain website (the “Website”). The conclusion of this Agreement will not prevent the fulfillment of the provisions of the website membership agreements that the parties have concluded separately with Devasa Media, and the parties acknowledge and declare that Devasa Media is not a party in any way to the sale of Goods/Services subject to this Agreement, and that the parties do not have any responsibility and commitment to fulfill their obligations under the Agreement.
ARTICLE 3 -BASIC QUALITIES AND PRICE OF THE GOODS AND SERVICES SUBJECT TO THE CONTRACT (INCLUDING VAT)
The announced prices and promises are valid until the update is made and changed. The prices announced for a period of time are valid until the end of the specified period.
Terms of Delivery:
THE PRICE OF THE PRODUCT IN QUESTION IS COLLECTED FROM THE BUYER BY Devasa Media ON BEHALF OF THE SELLER WITHIN THE SCOPE OF THE PAY PROTECTION SYSTEM. PAYING PAYING THE PRICE OF THE GOODS TO THE GIANT MEDIA, THE BUYER WILL BE DEEMED TO HAVE PAID THE PRODUCT PRICE TO THE SELLER.
ARTICLE 4 - DECLARATIONS AND COMMITMENTS OF THE BUYER
The Buyer declares that he has read and has information about the basic qualities of the Goods / Services subject to the Contract, the sale price and paying method, as well as the preliminary information uploaded by the Seller regarding the delivery and shipping costs contained on the Website, and has given the necessary confirmation in electronic form. Buyers, in their capacity as Consumers, can submit their requests and complaints to the Seller contact information listed above and/or through the channels provided by the Website. By confirming this Agreement and the Preliminary Information Form electronically, the Buyer confirms that he has obtained accurate and complete information about the address that must be provided to the Buyer by the Seller before concluding distance contracts, the basic characteristics of the ordered Goods/ Services, the price of the Goods / Service, including taxes, pay and delivery, and delivery price. Without inspecting the Buyer's Goods / Services subject to the Contract before receiving delivery; destroyed, broken, torn packaging, etc. in case of receiving damaged and defective goods / Services from the cargo company, the responsibility belongs entirely to him. The Goods/Services received by the buyer from the cargo company officer shall be deemed to be undamaged and intact. After delivery, the responsibility of the Goods/Services and damages belong to the Buyer. If the bank or financial institution does not pay the cost of the Goods /Services to the Seller due to the unfair or unlawful use of the Buyer's credit card by unauthorized persons in a way that is not due to the Buyer's fault after the delivery of the Goods /Services, the Buyer is obliged to return the Goods/Services to the Seller within 3 (three) days, provided that they have been delivered to him. In this case, the delivery costs belong to the Buyer.
ARTICLE 5 - DECLARATIONS AND COMMITMENTS OF THE SELLER
The Seller is responsible for delivering the Goods / Services subject to the Contract to the Buyer in accordance with Consumer Legislation, sound, complete, in accordance with the qualifications specified in the order, and with warranty documents and user manuals, if any. If the Seller is unable to deliver the Goods/Services subject to the contract within the time limit due to force majeure or extraordinary circumstances that prevent transportation, he is obliged to notify the Buyer within 3 (three) days from the date he learns of the situation. If the Goods /Services subject to the contract are to be delivered to a person other than the Buyer, the Seller cannot be held responsible for the failure of the person to be delivered to accept the delivery.
ARTICLE 6 - SETTLEMENT OF DISPUTES
In the implementation of this Distance Sales Agreement, the Consumer Arbitration Committees and Consumer Courts at the place where the Buyer purchased the Goods or Services and where he/she resides are authorized up to the value announced by the Ministry of Customs and Trade. The 68th of the Consumer Protection Law No. 6502. Article 1. district / provincial consumer arbitration committees are authorized for consumer requests in accordance with the lower and upper limits specified in the paragraph.
ARTICLE 7 - THE PRICE OF THE GOODS / SERVICES
The advance or term sale price of the product is included in the order form, but it is the price that is available in the information mail sent at the end of the order and the invoice sent to the customer along with the product. Discounts, coupons, shipping fees and other applications made by the seller or Devasa Media are reflected in the sales price.
ARTICLE 8 - STATE OF DEFAULT AND ITS LEGAL CONSEQUENCES
If the buyer defaults on transactions made with a credit card, the cardholder will pay interest within the framework of the credit card agreement made with the bank itself and will be responsible to the bank. In this case, the relevant bank may resort to legal remedies; it may charge the Buyer for the costs and proxy fees that will arise, and in any case, if the Buyer defaults on his debt, the Buyer will be responsible for the damage and loss suffered by the Seller due to the delayed performance of the Buyer's debt.
ARTICLE 9 - NOTIFICATIONS and EVIDENTIARY AGREEMENT
All kinds of correspondence to be made between the Parties on the Decrees of this Agreement will be made via e-mail, except for the mandatory cases listed in the legislation. The Buyer, in disputes that may arise from this Agreement, the official books and commercial records of the Seller and Devasa Media, as well as electronic information and computer records stored in their database, servers, will constitute binding, definitive and exclusive evidence, Article 193 of the Code of Civil Procedure. accepts, declares and undertakes that it is in the nature of an evidentiary contract in the sense of its article.
ARTICLE 10 - ENTRY INTO FORCE
this Agreement consisting of 10 (ten) articles was concluded and entered into force by being read by the Parties and approved electronically by the Buyer on 10/07/2017.