TERMS & CONDITIONS

These Terms and Conditions (‘the terms and conditions’) administer the use by the user (‘the user’) of the Ohlala (‘provider’) website or the domain ohlala.co.za (‘the website’). By accessing and making use of the website, the user agrees to be bound by the terms and conditions presented in this legal notice. The user may not use, download, copy, or distribute the content of this website for any marketing, digital, or other purpose, without the advanced consent of the provider.

Any communication with the provider by electronic means or by use of the website by the user, is consented to and acknowledged that all agreements, notices, disclosures, or any other communication satisfies any legal requirement. This is including, but not limited to, the requirement that such communications should be in writing.

The use of any product, inclusive of intimate items, purchased from this website is at the purchaser and user’s own personal risk. The purchaser or user indemnifies and holds the provider risk-free against any injury, damage, loss, or compromised health, which may be sustained as a result of using the products sold on the website.

The use of private information on the e-commerce platform (i.e. user’s personal information, credit / debit card details, place of address, and contact details), which are required for executing orders, will be kept in the strictest confidence by the provider and under no circumstances will be sold, or divulged to third parties. This excludes the use of the user’s delivery address and contact details, which will be issued to the Courier service provider, in order to fulfill delivery.

The provider undertakes that all necessary and reasonable safety measures have been implemented in order to secure the credit / debit card processing by the provider in order to receive payment for goods sold. The provider is nullified in the event that security breaches occurring on the user’s electronic device, which may occur due to inadequate virus protection or spyware that may unintentionally be activated on the user’s electronic device.