Payment

The following types of payments are accepted on www.juilletsbody.com:

Cashless payments (Bank payment)

After placing an order, an invoice for payment will be generated, which you can print and pay. Funds will be credited to our account within 2-3 working days after payment of the order.
Payment for orders by customers – legal entities is possible only by bank transfer.
All documents required for accounting (original invoice for payment, invoice, waybill) are issued together with the order upon receipt.

IP Yablonovskaya A.E.

Address: Republic of Kazakhstan, Almaty city, Al-Farabi Ave., 17, VP 1-5-4B.

BIN (TIN): 930716400022

Bank details:

Account: KZ91998CTB0000914366
Bank: First Heartland Jusan Bank JSC
BIC: TSESKZKA

Bank cards

Payment acceptance service provided by ROBOKASSA.

ROBOKASSA payment system can accept payments for the order in various ways: with Visa and MasterCard bank cards, through terminals, electronic money, through the Internet bank, through mobile operators, in communication stores.

Delivery

Delivery of goods from the site www.juilletsbody.com is carried out by CDEK.

With this method of delivery, the courier service will contact you in advance and agree on a convenient delivery time for you.

A passport is required to receive the parcel.

The parcel is transferred to the person indicated in the documents, or to his relative, upon providing a photocopy of the recipient’s passport and his original passport.

Before receiving the parcel, it is necessary to inspect the packaging for damage.

The recipient has the right to open the parcel in the presence of a courier service employee in order to inspect the items for defects and the correspondence between the number of items in the parcel and in the documents, as well as to try on items.

If any items do not match, the buyer has the right to refuse to receive the parcel and pay for delivery.

Delivery in the city of Almaty

In the city of Almaty, delivery can be carried out by the Yandex taxi service, we can issue an invoice by Kaspi