The following information is valid only for consumers who order a book that we have in stock.

§1 Validity towards entrepreneurs and definitions

(1) The following conditions apply to all transactions between us and a consumer at the moment the order is placed.

A consumer is a natural person who enters into a transaction for purposes which predominantly are neither commercial nor related to one’s own profession. (§ 13 BGB). (BGB: German Civil Code).

§2 Entering of a purchase agreement, storing of the text of the agreement

(1) The following conditions concerning the enter of a purchase agreement apply to orders through our online shop at

(2) A purchase agreement is entered with

Hannelore Goos
Beethovenplatz 1
61250 Usingen

(3) The presentation of products in our online shop are not to be understood as a legally binding contractual offer from our side, but just as a non-committal invitation to consumers to order goods. By ordering the desired products the consumer offers the seller a binding purchase agreement.

(4) On receipt of an order in our online shop the following rules apply: By finishing successfully the ordering procedure in our internet shop the consumer has entered into a binding agreement.

The order includes the following steps:

1) Selecting the desired products;
2) filling in the provided form with the there requested information,
3 )verifying and, if necessary, correcting the information entered at the form;
4) reading the terms and conditions and accepting them by checking the sentence “I’ve read and accept the terms & conditions” at the end of the form;
5) Confirming the order by clicking the button “Send” at the bottom of the form.
6) By placing the order, a binding purchase agreement is concluded.

We confirm the receipt of your order through an e-mail in which we provide the payment details.

The Terms and Conditions can be viewed at any time at our website in the footer menu. After sending off the order form, no personal data is stored on the server, it leaves the server by sending the form to us by email.

§ 3 Prices, shipping, payment, maturity

(1) The prices shown are including VAT and other price components. Shipping costs, if stated, have to be added.
(2) The prices can be offered in multiple currencies, but decisive is the price in Euros.
(3) Consumers who live inside the European Union have to pay by
bank transfer (SEPA booking). Consumers who live outside the EU PayPal is offered as the only possible way of payment.
In all cases, only prepayment is accepted.
(4) The buyer is committed to pay the purchase price immediately after having received our email with the payment details.

§ 4 Delivery

(1) Unless otherwise stated in the product description, all products we offer can be shipped immediately. The shipment will take place after the amount due for the order is credited to our bank account. If the delivery can not take place within one week of receipt of payment at our account, the customer will be informed of the reason and the expected date of dispatch.

These shipping costs refer to the cheapest fare available for us, which are the rates of the German Federal Post (Deutsche Post).
Our standard is uninsured shipping.
If the customer requests insured shipping,with raises the shipping costs, this request should be stated at the online order form, or immediately after the order in a formless e-mail. Then the customer will receive as soon as possible an email from us with the calculation of the total amount to pay. The customer has to pay the extra shipping costs: if the order already is paid, the additional costs for insured shipping are to be payed in a subsequent payment. Only after the total amount is credited to our account, the order will be shipped.

(2) The risk of unintentional loss and accidental deterioration of the sold products during the mail transport is only transferred to the buyer after the purchase has been received.

This information in English is a service to you. It is not binding, because that aplies only to the corresponding text in German – our servers and this website are subject to German laws, and so only the German text is authoritative and decisive.