General Terms and Conditions (GTC)
Orgena SA, head office: Stradon 116, CH-6557 Cama, takes on the role of seller in the terms and conditions. The customer / visitor of the website that of the buyer. The general terms and conditions are based on Swiss law and apply within Switzerland, provided that the parties expressly or tacitly accept the terms and conditions. Changes are only effective if they are confirmed in writing by the seller. These terms and conditions apply indefinitely. The provisions of the Swiss Code of Obligations and other Swiss laws and ordinances apply to all points not specified in the GTC. Should a provision of this contract be or become ineffective, or if a point is missing in the contract, this shall not affect the legal validity of the remaining provisions. Instead of the ineffective provisions or the undefined point, Swiss law according to the Code of Obligations then applies. The general terms and conditions apply to all orders, visits and subscriptions made on the stayhighswiss.com website, as well as to all other deliveries, services and reservations made by Orgena SA.
- Offer and Item
From a legal point of view, the online shop with all products is only a non-binding online catalog and does not constitute a binding application.
Not all articles are always available. If an article is not available, the seller orders it from the supplier and then sends it to the buyer. Should the seller not be able to deliver an article or several articles, he has the possibility to exchange the article (s) with replacement articles (see point 2.2.2.). The seller can also withdraw from the contract if he cannot deliver by reimbursing the buyer for the price paid (for payments with cash, prepaid and credit card, see point 4). In the case of purchase on account, the seller can withdraw from the contract at any time by informing the buyer via the email address given in the order. Claims for damages due to late delivery or non-delivery are excluded. With the first order of a buyer on account (see point 4.2), the seller is entitled to request an advance payment and can also request this for further orders.
2.1.2. Conclusion of the contract
The buyer only submits a binding order for the products in the shopping cart by clicking the “Order” button during the ordering process. To confirm that the seller has received the order, he sends the buyer an automated email. The seller can accept the contract by delivering the goods to the buyer within ten days. In the case of “advance payment” (manual payment), the buyer also concludes a reservation contract with the seller.
Small optical deviations from the images of the goods are possible.
2.2.2 Replacement items
Articles will only be exchanged if the seller is unable to deliver a specific product within a reasonable period. The seller is entitled to deliver an equivalent product of the same type and the same or a higher price at the price of the ordered product instead of the ordered product.
- Shipping and delivery
The seller sends all incoming orders with A Mail or Priority Mail (parcel).
3.1 Shipping and minimum order value
The minimum order value is CHF 20.00. The seller sends orders with an order value of CHF 20.00 or more throughout Switzerland free of charge (partial deliveries possible, certain orders are sent without a tracking number). For orders under CHF 20.00, the seller will charge the buyer in Switzerland CHF 3.95 including VAT, a flat-rate minimum order quantity surcharge, in addition to the goods ordered. If a package is not picked up, the buyer still has to bear the costs of the order (items ordered + shipping costs). For a second shipment, flat-rate shipping costs of CHF 10.00 will be charged by the seller to the buyer. For all other additional shipments, flat-rate shipping costs of CHF 10.00 will be charged by the seller to the buyer. In the case of shipments abroad, the resulting costs for the seller are passed on to the buyer.
3.2 Handover benefit and damage.
Benefit and damage are transferred to the buyer as soon as the seller sends the goods (seller brings the parcel / letter / pack with the ordered goods to the post office).
3.3 Late delivery
The delivery time specified on the website of 1-2 working days is adhered to. But the seller is not legally in default even after payment. In the case of purchase on account, the seller reserves the right at any time not to deliver the goods and is therefore never really in default.
3.4 Delivery to a wrong address
If a buyer gives a wrong name or address in the order, all costs incurred by the seller will be passed on to the buyer. If the invoice is not paid, the seller is entitled to charge the buyer who has not truthfully stated his identity, processing fees of CHF 500.00. However, this only occurs if the buyer cannot be found or is difficult to find and the invoice is not paid.
3.5 International shipping
We do not deliver to regions outside of Switzerland.
- Prices and Payment
All prices include VAT plus the stated shipping costs. The ordered items are sent to the buyer immediately after the order is placed. With the first order by a buyer on account (see point 4.2), the seller is entitled to request an advance payment and can also request this for further orders; the payment conditions for the advance payment also apply, as defined in point 4.2 in these terms and conditions. The buyer also receives an order confirmation. by email. Claims for damages due to delay or impossibility or non-performance, including those that arose up to the withdrawal from the contract, are excluded.
If the shipment is not received by the buyer within 10 days of receipt of the shipping confirmation, it is the buyer’s duty to notify the seller of this immediately. An investigation into the consignment of a buyer will only be initiated by the seller if the buyer has notified the seller of this in accordance with his obligations. However, if the buyer has not properly reported the lack of delivery, an investigation must be initiated directly at the post office by the buyer himself.
4.2. Purchase on account and collection
The buyer must pay the amount owed within 10 days from the order date. After the period of 10 days after the order has expired, the buyer is legally in default of payment. If the amount is not paid by then, the seller will send a reminder to the buyer via the e-mail address given in the order and grant the buyer an extended period of 10 days. If the amount owed has not been paid even after this extended period of 10 days (20 days after the order date), processing fees of CHF 20.00 will be charged or billed. A payment period of 10 days is granted for the new claim (order amount + CHF 20.00 processing fee). If the claim has still not been paid by this point in time (30 days after the order date), the claim will be forwarded to a debt collection office.
If we initiate a debt enforcement or debt collection procedure in our own name, we charge the customer a flat rate of CHF 80.00 and 15% of the amount due in addition to CHF 20.00 and the amount due.
Orgena SA initiates such proceedings after 60 days of default at the earliest and can consult the customer at any time and reduce or even waive her own fees at her own discretion but is not obliged to do so.
4.2.1 Duty to inform in the event of default in payment.
The seller undertakes to inform the buyer of the delay. This happens when the first free reminder is sent by email. An invoice with a payment slip will be sent to the buyer for the second reminders and additional fees charged. If the buyer changes his address, he is obliged to inform the seller of this.
4.3. Purchase with PostFinance, Credit Cards, Twint, crypto currencies, …
As soon as the payment has been processed (the goods are delivered to the buyer on. If the amount does not reach the seller (e.g., amount is rejected), the provisions of point 4.2 in these terms and conditions apply (4.2 purchase on account and collection). The seller is obliged to inform the buyer that he has not received the amount and that the buyer must pay the amount owed.
4.3.1. PostFinance, Credit Cards, Twint, crypto currencies, …
The seller does not charge the buyer any fees for payments. The buyer is obliged to pay the total order amount and that the full amount arrives at the seller. In the event of incomplete payments, the seller reserves the right to cancel the order (s) or to deliver the order only after the full amount has been paid.
4.4. Purchase with cash
The buyer pays open orders in the warehouse / shop (Orgena SA, Stradon 116, CH-6557 Cama) with cash.
4.5. Purchase in advance/bank transfer
The buyer pays the order amount in advance to the seller’s bank account. To avoid delays, the buyer must note the order amount. The seller delivers no later than one working day after the value date of the payment if it is displayed on the seller’s account.
4.6. No payment method selected.
If the order is not paid for in the checkout using the above payment methods (4.2 – 4.5), the seller is entitled to cancel the order or to send the order by invoice. If an order is placed and no payment method is selected, the payment terms of point 4.2 in these terms and conditions apply.
- Retention of Title
Delivered goods remain the property of the seller until the purchase price has been paid in full. We are also entitled to have the retention of title entered. In the event of measures to protect the seller’s property, the buyer is obliged to cooperate. If the amount owed is not paid, the buyer is obliged to return the goods to the seller in perfect condition at his own expense. Even if the seller withholds the goods, the terms of payment in accordance with point 4.2 Purchase on account and collection in these terms and conditions apply to the buyer.
- Defects and warranty
Upon receipt of the goods, the buyer must check the goods for defects as soon as possible. The buyer must notify the seller of any obvious defects within seven working days by sending an email to.
The postage costs for the return are borne by the buyer. If there are defects, the item (s) that are defective according to the buyer must be returned to the seller to the following address.
Orgena SA, Stradon 116, CH-6557 Cama
6.2 Guarantee (warranty)
The warranty expires if the buyer wears or changes the product. The warranty period is 1 year, but the product must not be worn or changed, otherwise the guarantee will expire. The seller sends back to the supplier all items that are defective according to the buyer. Only if the seller’s supplier acknowledges the defects and grants the seller a repair, a reduction in price, a complete exchange or even a conversion, the buyer has the right to have the seller repair or replace the item (s) (partially or completely). according to point 6.2.1. If the seller’s supplier does not acknowledge the defects, the warranty obligation for the seller and the right to a warranty for the buyer expire.
6.2.1 Free rework, exchange, reduction, and conversion
During the warranty period, the seller has the right to free rework, a partial or complete exchange of the article is permitted. If defects are not remedied within a reasonable period, the buyer is entitled to a reduction in price. Any kind of change is excluded unless the seller withdraws from the contract.
6.2.2 Product liability
The seller assumes no liability for his products if the buyer does not use the product according to the instructions for the product. Therefore, no liability is assumed for the use and application of pollen shakers, pollen extractors and digital scales of the buyer.
- Age of majority
ID checks are repeatedly conducted on online orders. We reject all customers in the online shop who have not reached the age of 18 and block the customer account. By accepting the terms and conditions, the customer confirms that he has reached the age of 18. When the customer places an order, he is obliged to truthfully state the date of birth in the order process. The age must be stated truthfully every time you visit the website. Every visitor to the website is obliged to correctly indicate the age. Expenses for returns that result from incorrect information about the age are fully borne by the buyer or his legal representative.
If Orgena SA is punished with a fine because someone orders something who is not of legal age, the legal representative of the buyer must pay the costs incurred by the fine for the seller, provided that the buyer is capable of judgment. If the buyer is not capable of judgment, it is impossible for him to have his own domicile address, so his legal representative is responsible for what he purchases.
7.1 Seller’s obligation to provide information.
The seller informs the buyer each time they visit the website that one must be 18 years old to visit or purchase. On the buyer’s side, you will be told several times that you are 18 years old and must confirm it every time you visit.
Each time you visit the website, a window appears where the seller expressly points out that the customer must truthfully state his age.
7.2 Forgery of Identity
Anyone who does not give their date of birth truthfully is liable to prosecution. Forgery of identities is an offense in Switzerland and is punishable by imprisonment of up to three years or a fine.
We are entitled to initiate criminal proceedings if you forge your identity.
Data protection declaration
- Data protection
The seller / operator of the website draws your attention to the fact that he processes and saves all the data necessary for doing business. The seller / operator of the website does not sell any data and deletes all data of the buyer at the buyer’s request if the seller is able to do so. The seller uses the data provided by the buyer or visitor to the website to fulfill and process the order and for its own advertising purposes such as promotional gifts and newsletters.
If you leave your e-mail on the website, you will automatically register for the newsletter. The seller and operator of the website uses the email address of the buyer or visitor to the website for their own advertising purposes until the buyer or visitor to the website has unsubscribed from the newsletter. The deregistration is possible at any time. With every order you automatically register for the newsletter.
8.2 Protection of privacy & cookies
Orgena SA does everything to protect the data well and does not pass on any data wants to guarantee privacy protection as much as possible. Orgena SA websites are created with WordPress and saved on a private server and therefore protected by state-of-the-art standards.
If you have any questions about which data is stored about you, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
8.3 Extended data protection declaration
We take the protection of your personal data and your privacy very seriously. The personal data are always treated confidentially and in accordance with the statutory data protection regulations.
If a data protection officer must be appointed, this is Matteo Dupraz of 4Dimensional IT Solutions. The content of this data protection declaration and all our online offers can be changed at any time without prior notice. The most recent version published on the website applies.
8.3.1 General information
The links listed in this data protection declaration are intended to be of assistance. We do not assume any liability for the content or the topicality of the content. The contents of these links are therefore not necessarily part of the data protection declaration. If external companies are mentioned in the data protection declaration, the latest general terms and conditions and data protection declarations of those companies always apply.
8.3.2 Disclaimer of Liability
Our website is carefully checked. We strive to keep the information on offer up to date, complete and correct in terms of content. However, errors in content and delivery cannot be ruled out.
We cannot therefore guarantee the availability of the website and its content. Liability claims from damage of any kind that arise through the direct or indirect use of our offer are excluded. We also assume no responsibility or liability for the content and availability of third-party websites to which we link.
8.3.3 Your Rights
You can request information about your stored personal data at any time free of charge. You can request the blocking or deletion of this data. To do this, contact the address given in the legal notice.
8.4 Provision of this website
The website is hosted by Hostpoint on a web hosting service. By using our website, you may also accept the general terms and conditions of Hostpoint and the data protection declarations of Hostpoint.
8.4.2 Secure connection
Whenever possible, this website is protected with an SSL certificate. All data is then encrypted and transmitted to our servers. You can recognize the encrypted connection by the addition https:// in front of our domain or by the green lock in the address line.
8.4.3 General cookies
This website can set cookies regardless of the tools used. If you do not want this, you can deactivate the acceptance of cookies in your browser.
Google Inc. is a company of the Alphabet Group with its headquarters at 1600 Amphitheater Parkway, Mountain View, CA 94043, in the United States (USA). Google observes the regulations of the GDPR. You can find information on Google’s data protection at https://support.google.com/analytics/answer/6004245?hl=de. Google can collect personal data for all of the following services, especially if you are logged into your Google account. We refer to the personal data protection center in your Google account to manage these settings.
8.4.6 Google Maps
We use the Google Maps API to show you geographic data. Google may collect personal data when interacting with the map.
8.4.7 Google Fonts
Google Fonts provides fonts for our website. The fonts are loaded from Google servers when the website is accessed. For this purpose, data is transmitted to Google servers.
8.5 Social Media
We may use services from Facebook Inc., 1601 S. California Ave, Palo Alto, CA 94304, USA. When you visit pages that incorporate these services, you will be connected to Facebook servers (abroad). If you are logged in to Facebook or if you have a Facebook account, these calls can be linked to your account. Interactions on our website (like or share function) are also passed on to Facebook. Facebook provides information at https://de-de.facebook.com/about/privacy. Tools from other social media can be used. The data protection declarations and terms and conditions of the respective company apply.
This data protection declaration comes into force on 01.07.2023. This declaration was created with the help of the SwissAnwalt tool.
- Applicable law and place of jurisdiction
The legal relationship is subject to Swiss law. The Swiss Code of Obligations applies to all points not defined in the General Terms and Conditions. This also applies to unlawful points in these terms and conditions (if any) as well as gaps in these terms and conditions (the OR applies instead of the point (s) specified by the seller). The exclusive place of jurisdiction is Cama.
These terms and conditions were last changed on 01.07.2023, subject to change.