Terms & Conditions
Northerner Scandinavia Inc. (”Northerner”) operates the website www.northerner.com/us (“The Website”). These terms and conditions (“Conditions”) are valid for every product order a consumer places on The Website.
Northerner reserves the right to change these Conditions at any time. Every change will be published on The Website and is valid from when you accept the Conditions through a new order. The provisions in the Swedish Consumer Purchases Law (1990:932), the Swedish Distance Contracts and Contracts outside Business Premises Law (2005:59), and the Swedish Personal Data Law (1998:204) as well as the General Data Protection Regulation apply to all purchases made by consumers on The Website.
Please note that Northerner only ships to addresses within the following countries:
Germany (separate webshop here)
United Kingdom (separate webshop here)
USA (separate webshop here)
Order and purchase agreement
By completing your order, you confirm that you have read and accepted these Conditions. The purchase agreement will only be concluded after your order has been confirmed by Northerner through a confirmation e-mail to the email address you provided when placing the order. Please note that you need to be at least 21 years old in order to be able to enter into a contract with Northerner and the contract can only be concluded with consumers with a delivery address in the above listed countries.
Northerner’s service may only be used by individuals. Northerner reserves the right to decline an order in case Haypp suspects that the order is not intended for the Customer's private use. In case of suspicion that the Customer or the Customer's order does not meet Northerner's terms and conditions, or in case of suspicion of other types of irregularities or misuse of the service, Northerner reserves the right to decline, cancel or change a Customer's order. Furthermore, Northerner reserves the right to decline, cancel or change a Customer's order in case of suspicion of irregularities in connection to the Customer's use of a promotional gift or discount.
People under the age of 21 are not permitted to place orders at The Website. In order to be able to shop you need to verify your age when completing the purchase. In addition to confirming your age yourself, you as a cardholder need to be 21 years or older to complete the transaction.
An order made in another person’s name (falsification of a document), or in any other way that causes Northerner to risk a financial damage, will be reported to the authorities. Northerner reserves the right to refuse to carry out an order if irregularities or misuse of our order function are suspected.
Prices and fees
All prices and costs on The Website are charged in USD ($), including the product prices throughout The Website and the shipping costs. Special fees may apply in case of an unredeemed package.
Before completing your order at the checkout, you have to choose the delivery method, after which the costs for your order, including shipping costs and applicable taxes, will be calculated.
Payment at the time of purchase (products and delivery)
The card payment at The Website is carried out by Northerner’s payment provider PayEx. PayEx offers a range of payment methods depending on country, which are available in the checkout on the Website, including Visa, Mastercard and Amex. For further information, please refer to PayEx’s terms and conditions.
Northerner personal data handling
Delivery and delivery time
Northerner offers a range of different shipping alternatives depending on the size of the packaging, your place of residence etc. The shipping alternatives as well as the delivery time for each shipping alternative are further described in the checkout at the Website. When ordering through UPS (Standard and Express) you may need to present a valid identification at delivery. Thus, only the person placing the order at The Website should receive the order.
A package shipped according to any of our delivery alternatives will either be sent back to Northerner or discarded if you have not been able to redeem it. Unredeemed packages are usually not seen as an exercise of your rights of return.
Complaints and returns
If a product differs from the purchase agreement or does otherwise not correspond to the description provided by Northerner, you have the right to make a complaint about the product to Northerner.
In that case you’re welcome to make a complaint about your product. You can contact our customer service team to file a complaint here.
The right of complaint only includes faults at delivery (and not faults that for instance occurred due to the product’s expired shelf life or due to normal wear and tear). You need to notify Northerner about the fault within a reasonable time from when you discovered or should have discovered the fault and at the latest two months after you received the product. Northerner therefore recommends you to carefully inspect products directly upon receiving them.
Depending on the type of product fault we may require you to provide photographic proof. Throughout the reclamation period you are required to retain original packaging, packing slip and the products in question.
Depending on the extent of the damage you will be able to get a replacement, remediation, or a price reduction. For further claims, exceeding the costs of the product, Northerner will act in accordance with the Swedish Consumer Purchase Law.
In order for issues regarding transport damages to be resolved as quickly as possible, we kindly ask you to keep the product packaging for inspection. In order to be able to claim a reclamation on products you also need to prove your purchase from The Website, for instance through the order confirmation or receipt Northerner sent to the e-mail address you provided in connection with your purchase. We may also request photographic proof of damages.
Right of withdrawal and returns
When shopping online as a consumer, as a general rule you have a right of withdrawal of 14 days according to the Swedish Distance Contracts and Contracts outside Business Premises Law (2005:59). The right of withdrawal, however, does not apply to the purchase of products which are perishable goods with a limited shelf life, such as oral nicotine products.
Northerner is not required to fulfil the purchase agreement if the fulfilment is complicated due to an event outside of the reasonable control of Northerner (e.g. changed legislation, government measures, strikes, blockades, sabotage, war, terrorism, fire, floods, natural disasters, or other extraordinary events). Such circumstances also relieve Northerner from the obligation to pay compensation. If these circumstances last longer than two (2) months, both the consumer and Northerner have the right to cancel the purchase with immediate effect.
Price and product information on The Website
Northerner strives to make sure that all information provided on The Website is correct, but with reservations for limited availabilities and possible errors in pictures or writing, e.g. errors in product descriptions, incorrect prices, or erroneous information about stock availability. Northerner furthermore reserves the right to correct such errors at any time and change or update information. All pictures on The Website are intended as illustrations and cannot guarantee the exact appearance or condition of the product.
By submitting a product review on The Website, you give Northerner the right to publish it on The Website and other channels and media. Northerner also reserves the right to not publish and/or delete submitted reviews.
For questions regarding these Conditions or procedures regarding the right to return, complaints, transport damage, etc., please contact Northerner customer service here. When contacting us, you will be asked to provide your order number, which you can find in the order confirmation.
Northerner complies with the Swedish National Board for Consumer Disputes’ recommendations.
Disputes between Northerner and a consumer may be referred to the Swedish National Board for Consumer Disputes for a judgment. The address of the Swedish National Board for Consumer Disputes is Box 174, 101 23 Stockholm and their website is www.arn.se. As a last resort, disputes can be resolved through a general court.
What is a cookie?
A cookie is a small text file that is stored on, and during subsequent visits retrieved from, your computer, tablet, mobile phone or similar devices when you visit the website www.northerner.com (“the Website”), which belongs to Northerner Scandinavia AB (“Northerner”). Cookies allow the Website to remember, for example, information about your visit so that we can provide you with a better user experience.
If you would like to know more about cookies, please visit https://www.allaboutcookies.org/
There are two types of cookies: persistent cookies and session cookies. The persistent cookies are stored on your device for a longer period of time after your browser has been closed and are used, for example, to log the choices you made during earlier visits. Session cookies are stored temporarily in your browser, for example, to remember what language you selected. These are erased automatically after your browser is closed.
There are also third-party cookies, meaning that the cookies do not originate from us, but from someone else. Third-party cookies are often used for web statistics, such as Google Analytics.
For what purpose are cookies used on the Website?
Northerner uses persistent cookies and session cookies to facilitate the use of the Website. Cookies are also used to store information between your visits.
Northerner uses third-party cookies for analysis of the use of the Website, which forms the basis for our development moving forward. See more information about specific third-party cookies below.
Use of Google Analytics (third-party cookie)
How do I turn off cookies?
If you block or limit cookies on the Website, it is possible that you will not be able to use all of the services and functions on the Website.
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