If you registered for a etclingerie.com account, you can log in and view your order history to see where it is. ‘Processing’ means it is being picked and packed by our warehouse team ready for dispatch, and ‘Dispatched’ means the order has left our warehouse and is with the delivery service, on its way to you!
Delivery times are counted as working days (Monday to Friday, excludes weekends and Bank Holidays) from the date of dispatch. In very rare cases, orders can sometimes get lost in the post. For Nigerian customers, we can class a parcel as lost once 7 working days have passed since the date of dispatch.
For overseas orders, we can class a parcel as lost once 15 working days have passed since the date of dispatch.
If your order has not arrived within these times, please contact us so we can investigate. Lost parcel investigations must be made within 15 days from the date of dispatch, so you must report any non-receipt issues within this timeframe. After this time we are unable to assist.
All ETC orders are dispatched from Nigeria. When goods are dispatched outside Nigeria by ETC it is our duty to declare their full value on the packaging. Depending on the customs authorities in the destination country, this might mean that you will be liable for paying additional duty/tax, and this is dependent on the types of goods that you are purchasing plus their total value, although some items can be imported without any customs charges at all. The customs charge is imposed by customs authorities in each individual destination country and unfortunately we can’t take any responsibility for it.
Please refrain from asking us to mark down the value of your parcel if you reside outside of Nigeria as we are obligated to declare the full value of goods so that we comply with import regulations. In addition to this, if we receive your parcel back due to unpaid customs charges then we may deduct part of your refund in order to cover return charges and fees incurred.
For any questions regarding customs charges to pay, please contact your local customs authority prior to making your purchase.
We aim to dispatch all orders the following working day (Monday to Friday, not including Bank Holidays) and we’ll send you an email to let you know your order is on its way. During busy sale periods there may be a small delay in dispatch due to a higher volume of orders received. If there are any problems with your order we will contact you by phone or email.
Our office is closed on Nigerian Bank Holidays, so there may be a small delay with your order if it is placed over these periods. If you’re outside Nigeria, other public holidays in your country may also affect the delivery. For further details please check with your local postal service.
If your order has not yet been dispatched we may be able to do this. Please call us as soon as possible on +234 818 871 0151 or +234 818 871 0092 to see if we can arrange this for your order. Any additional delivery costs will be charged to your original payment method.
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Due to the quick turnaround time of our orders, we are unable to make any changes to your order once it has been confirmed. Please double check that all details of your order are correct, including items, sizes and shipping address, before making payment. If you have any queries regarding your order, you can call us on +234 818 871 0151 or +234 818 871 0092 between 8:30am and 6pm GMT Monday to Friday.