By entering the Shamara Elle website you agree to abide by the Terms and Conditions of use. A placement of an order online indicates your acceptance of these Terms & Conditions.

Orders shall be accepted at our sole discretion but will normally be accepted if the goods that you order are available and your credit card is authorized for the transaction. Your card will be charged automatically when you place your order. If for any reason we are unable to fulfill your order, a full refund will be given.

The contract between us (Shamara Elle) and you (the customer) becomes binding when we send you an invoice (with your goods). You will own the goods once they have been delivered to the address specified and when we have received cleared payment for the goods in full. Until that time then we will retain title to the goods. We will contact you if there are any problems.

Prices quoted to you are the prices set at the time. If for any reason they are increased, we will let you know by e-mail and inform you prior to processing your order. We will accept your order when we send you an invoice with your goods.

We do try to ensure the pictures of the goods on our website are accurate. However, there may be slight variations in color and texture between the pictures and the goods themselves.

*We may require for additional information to confirm your order.
*Once an order is placed, we cannot cancel nor modify your order

When will my credit card be charged? :
Your credit card will be charged once your order is processed to ship.

What if my credit card is denied? :
You will receive an error message immediately if there is a problem with processing your credit card. You’ll have the opportunity to enter a new card number if this happens. 
Please make sure your billing address matches exactly as it appears on your credit card statement, otherwise this will cause the transaction to be declined. Should this be the case, please re-enter the correct billing address. If there are any declined transactions on your account, please contact your bank for further information.