Terms & Conditions

Placing an order on the Matterhorn Wholesaler website means that the Buyer agrees to the following terms and conditions of cooperation.

Matterhorn is a wholesaler (hereinafter referred to as : the Wholesaler) and sells products only to the business entities and self-employed resellers. The ordering party (hereinafter referred to as the Buyer) declares that he/she performs this action on behalf of and for the benefit of the business entity. Sales at the Matterhorn Wholesale website are not subject to consumer law regulations. The owner of the Matterhorn Wholesaler is the company Matterhorn Moda Sp z o.o. with headquarters in Mysłowice, Katowicka Street 51, Poland. Tax Identification Number (TIN): 8961552779, VAT EU: PL 8961552779 REGON: 364871017.

Placing an order 

  1. The Buyer may place an order manually on Matterhorn website or automatically though API. 
  2. The Wholesaler requires no minimum order quantity.
  3. While placing an order, the Buyer is obliged to provide invoicing and shipping details (including the name of the company and the correct VAT EU number in case of European Union based entities). If the shipping address and billing address are different, this should be noted in the “additional information” field. The invoice will be issued on the basis of data provided by the Buyer.
  4. The Wholesaler is not liable for errors resulting from a system failure or for errors caused in the course of communication between the Buyer and its servers. The Wholesaler is not responsible for incorrect data provided by the Buyer while placing an order. In particular, shipping costs, VAT rate or price of goods can not be considered as final and are subject to correction.
  5.  The Buyer is obliged to provide the Wholesaler with a correct email address and mobile phone number during the checkout process. Unsuccessful deliveries of orders without this information cannot be compensated.
  6. The Wholesaler reserves the right to refuse to fulfill the order or a part of the order. If an ordered product is not available at the time when the order is being completed, the Wholesaler provides the Buyer with available products from among those ordered, and the amount of money of the unavailable product, which has already been paid for, is transferred in the form of an overpayment to the Buyer’s balance of payments. The overpayment may be used by the Buyer for a next order. Upon the request of the Buyer, addressed in a written form, the overpayment will be refunded to the Buyer in a manner agreed between the Wholesaler and the Buyer. By default, the refund will be executed in the same manner as initial payment.
  7. The Buyer is obliged to monitor his/her order in the customer panel on the Wholesaler’s website. All information regarding product shortages will appear in this customer panel. 
  8. The goods are ordered after pressing the “ORDER” button on the Wholesale website and prior submission of all necessary data.
  9. By placing an order, the Buyer also gives the Wholesaler the permission for keeping the Buyer’s personal data in the Wholesaler’s database. The data will be used only to fulfill the order and for marketing purposes.


Products and website content 

  1. The assortment offered by the Wholesaler is brand new. It comes from legal sources and is free of defects.
  2. The Wholesaler has made every effort to ensure that descriptions and photos of products in our store have been checked, however, we are not responsible for changes made by the manufacturers and description mistakes. Any changes in prices are due to changes in manufacturers’ prices.
  3. The Wholesaler gives the Buyer access to integration files: XML, CSV and Excel format. These files include the following information: product ID numbers, stock availability, description in 11 languages (Polish, English, French, German, Netherlandish, Romanian, Italian, Hungarian, Russian, Czech and Slovakian), link to photos, prices (VAT excluded).
  4. The Wholesaler gives the Buyer access to API documentation. 
  5. The Wholesaler is not responsible for technical assistance. 


Processing time and the delivery

  1. The standard processing time is 1-5 working days. The time needed to complete the order for a given product is indicated in the shopping basket and in the XML file available at the website. The delivery takes an additional couple of days. Therefore, the receiving time = processing time + delivery time. For reasons beyond the control of the Wholesaler, such as invalid address, customs clearance procedures or other causes, the delivery time may take longer.
  2. The Wholesaler starts processing each order after receiving the payment. In case of payment by bank transfer, the Buyer may send the Wholesaler a confirmation of payment, to speed up the processing of an order.
  3. The products are reserved after the payment is credited to the Wholesaler’s account.
  4. The Wholesaler does not allow for cancellation of  an order or making any changes to an order once the payment has been credited to the Wholesaler’s account.
  5. The Wholesaler offers the following shipping methods: GLS, Fedex Economy, Fedex Priority and Global Express, which is a Netherlandish Post. The choice of the delivery methods is different, depending on the country. 
  6. The shipping labels contain the Wholesaler’s data (the name of the company, the shipping address and the phone number). 
  7. Before collecting the parcel, the Buyer is obliged to check whether the packaging has not been damaged during the transport. In particular, the Buyer should pay attention to the condition of tapes or seals affixed to the shipment. If the package is damaged or the seals (tapes) are broken, the Buyer should not accept the parcel and make a damage report in the presence of the carrier and contact the Wholesaler as soon as possible to clarify the matter. Checking the parcel on delivery is a necessary condition to take into account any claims of the Buyer for damage or robbery of the shipment in transit. Product guarantees do not include mechanical damage caused by external factors.
  8. The Buyers from non-EU countries are required to pay duty and a custom clearance fee in the country of destination, known as import customs clearance fee. If the Buyer refuses to pay them in the destination country, he or she should be aware of the fact that the Wholesaler does not take any responsibility for that. If such an order is returned, the Wholesaler will not refund the costs incurred by the Buyer. For further information, the Buyer should contact his/her local customs office. 

    Payment terms and prices
    1. All the prices listed on the Matterhorn Wholesale website are wholesale net prices (they do not include VAT).
    2. The issued VAT invoice is attached to the shipment or available to download on the Wholesaler’s website. 
    3. The Wholesaler does not issue collective invoices. A separate invoice is issued for each order.
    4. The Wholesaler accepts payments by credit card, bank transfer or PayPal.


    Product return policy

    1. The Wholesaler does not accept returns. Purchases at the Matterhorn Wholesale are not consumer sales and do not apply to the consumers. Only business entities or self-employed resellers of any kind are allowed to make a purchase. Therefore, the orders can not be returned. 
    2. Only damaged products are subject to exchange. The Buyer is obliged to contact the Wholesaler in writing within 48 hours after receiving the parcel. The Buyer is obliged to return such a product to the Wholesaler and the Wholesaler needs to receive such a return within 7 working days from the date of informing the Wholesaler about such issue. All the returns need to be sent to the following address:




    1. The Buyer is obliged to describe in detail the defective product and attach photos showing the damage within 48 hours after receiving the parcel. 
    2. All the return costs and customs duties are to be incurred by the Buyer unless otherwise instructed.
    3. The Wholesaler does not accept complaints, returns nor exchange requests from the customers who are customers of the Buyer.
    4. The Wholesaler is not obliged to refund the Buyer in the following cases:
    • the return is missing the detailed description of the damage
    • the original packaging (shoe box, dust-proof bag) is missing or damaged
    • order number is missing
    • the return is unauthorized
    • return deadline is over
    1. The refund is provided in the form of credit on the Buyer’s account, within a maximum of 7 working days from receipt of the product by the Wholesaler. This credit is then automatically deducted when a new order is placed. If the Buyer does not want to use the money on the next order, the Wholesaler is obliged to refund the money by the same method of payment with which an original payment was made.

    The Buyer is obliged to read thoroughly the information on cooperation terms that has been put on the Matterhorn website.

    If you have any further questions, please contact us:


    Buy Now Pay Later option

    On the webshop, it is possible to pay for the purchased goods not immediately, but at a later date. We provide this with the help of an external financial partner, PastPay Europe Sp. z o.o. (PastPay) through its payment method called PastPay. In this case, if you select PastPay as the payment method at checkout and PastPay undertakes to finance the given transaction, PastPay will buy the invoice issued by the Service Provider to you, therefore it will purchase the Service Provider’s claim against you and pays the invoice value to the Service Provider instead of you. In such cases, the invoice issued by the Service Provider already contains the unique legal features of the scheme and all the necessary information.
    It is IMPORTANT that after the assignment of the invoice, your payment obligation remains with PastPay, which can only be paid to the bank account number of PastPay indicated on the invoice. You must fulfill your payment obligation no later than the due date of the invoice, otherwise a flat rate of 40 euros will be charged. By using PastPay, you consent to the forwarding of your contact details (name, email address, phone number) to PastPay. This is primarily necessary so that we can send you the information and notifications necessary for the grant and the payment process. You can find PastPay’s Privacy Policy here. In the event that PastPay does not undertake to finance the given transaction, this payment method is not available – of course, you still have the option of making the purchase, please choose another payment method in such a scenario.’