Shipping: All shipping is done through USPS Priority Mail with tracking unless another method is requested.
Returns: Please notify us within 7 days of receiving your package. If there is a problem with your Mochila Bag we will be happy to refund your money for the purchase. Please see below for further detail.
Terms and Conditions
USPS Priority Mail with tracking is our standard delivery service for domestic and international. If an alternative method is desired, feel free to email us and we will work it out.
Buyer(s) consent to the following Terms and Conditions:
Buyer(s) consent to the following Terms and Conditions: Mahayulu, herein after ("Mahayulu” or “Seller") acceptance of Buyer's orders is expressly made conditional on Buyer's assent to these terms and conditions. Unless otherwise agreed to in writing by all parties, the terms and conditions set forth on this credit/buyer application, order confirmation and/or invoice supersede the terms and conditions of the Buyer's purchase order(s) and will govern all transaction between the Buyer and the Seller. These terms and conditions also apply to all future transaction unless modified in writing signed by all parties. Seller specifically rejects any terms or provisions which set any standards, specifications or damages related to quality and time of delivery or which contradict or purportedly claim to supersede these terms and conditions. Buyer's acceptance of goods delivered by Seller in conjunction with this invoice, credit/buyer application, or order confirmation is an acknowledgement by Buyer of its acceptance of these terms and conditions.
Notice of Defects/Returns:
The Buyer must make any claims of defects, including but not limited to those related to shortages, quality, or specification, within the first 7 days after the receipt of merchandise. The Seller cannot be responsible for shortages when shipments are directed to a third party. It is the responsibility of Buyer to inspect upon receipt, that all merchandise delivered matches its order.
Modification of Goods:
Garment dyers and printers beware: modify the goods and you own them! Once merchandise is printed, garment dyed, washed or altered in anyway, the Buyer cannot return or make a claim relating to such merchandise. The Seller is not responsible for fallout or loss during the garment dye process. Regularly test the merchandise for garment dyability. Garments modified by the Buyer, or modified by seller at the request of Buyer, may not be returned, Seller may agree, as an accommodation to Buyer, to purchase these items. Should seller make this accommodation, Buyer authorizes Seller to sell such garments and warrants that it has the right to sell such goods to Seller and releases and indemnifies seller from any liability related to labels, marks, designs or other intellectual property rights in anyway related to the sale or distributions of these goods. Returns:
It is the responsibility of Buyer to inspect upon receipt, that all merchandise delivered matches its order. All returns must be made within 7 days of receipt of goods. Full refund avaible if the error is on the part of the Seller.
Acceptance of goods with Known Defects Waives Claims for Damages:
Buyer must notify Seller in writing of all claims for damages resulting from late delivery or any other defect that is known to Buyer at the time Buyer accepts the merchandise. Buyer hereby waives any claim for damages resulting from any defect Buyer is aware of, including late delivery, at the time Buyer accepts the merchandise.
Any transactions between the Buyer and the Seller are governed by the laws of California. To the extent that any court proceedings are commenced, the Buyer and any Guarantor hereby consent to the jurisdiction of the courts of Los Angeles County, California, for any claims or controversies arising in the sale of garments by the Seller to the Buyer. The Seller also reserves the right to sue the Buyer or its Guarantor in the province or state of its domicile. However, the foregoing shall not in any way diminish or limit the arbitration provisions set forth below.
EXCLUSION OF IMPLIED WARRANTIES:
THE BUYER RECOGNIZES THAT IMPLIED WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY AND FITNESS FOR PARTICULAR PURPOSE AND ALL OTHER WARRANTIES IMPLIED ARE EXCLUDED FROM ANY TRANSACTION BETWEEN BUYER AND SELLER AND SHALL NOT APPLY TO THE GOODS SOLD BY SELLER. SELLER SHALL ALSO NOT BE LIABLE FOR ANY CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES. No Responsibility:
Buyer acknowledges that Seller has no responsibility for any work performed by any vendor referred by Buyer and hereby waives any right to assert any claim against Seller for work performed by any other firm, including but not limited to claims for negligent referral, agency, or respondent superior.
Deterioration of Buyer's Credit:
The Seller has the right, in addition to other Remedies provided by law, to terminate any delivery or suspend further deliveries of other shipments in the event the Buyer fails to pay for anyone shipment when the same becomes due. Should the Buyer's financial condition become unsatisfactory to the Seller, the Seller may require cash payments or satisfactory securities for delivery of goods.
1. AGREEMENT TO BINDING ARBITRATION
Mahayulu and Buyer agree that upon the demand of either party, any claim or dispute between Mahayulu and Buyer and/or any of either parties' parent corporations, successor entities, present and/or former subsidiaries, divisions, and affiliated entities, as well as each of their present and/or form\er shareholders, directors, officers, employees, attorneys, agents, contractors and representatives ("Agents"), shall be determined by binding arbitration as set forth in this Agreement. Mahayulu and Buyer hereby covenant not to file a lawsuit against each other in contravention of this Agreement. The parties shall be entitled to all of the same remedies as those available for comparable actions in courts. The parties shall be entitled to be represented by independent counsel of their choosing. Claims shall be submitted to and determined exclusively by binding arbitration as provided for by Sections 1 and 2 of the Federal Arbitration Act, in conformity with the California Code of Civil Procedure. Once a party exercises its right to Arbitration as set forth below, Arbitration shall be the exclusive method for resolving any dispute; provided, however, that either party may request provisional relief from a court of competent jurisdiction, as provided in California Code of Civil Procedure section 1281.8.
2. KNOWING AND VOLUNTARY CONSENT TO BINDING ARBITRATION AND WAIVER OF RIGHT TO JURY TRIAL
Mahayulu and Buyer hereby acknowledge that they have read and understand the terms of this Arbitration Agreement, and are voluntarily agreeing to its terms. Mahayulu and Buyer also understand that by using binding arbitration to resolve disputes, they will be giving up any right they may have to a judge or jury trial.