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Terms and conditions of sale

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WarmCore FIT SHOW £50 Voucher T’s & C's

On receipt of the completed claim form and proof of purchase, Synseal will send a £50 cheque for each claim that satisfies in full the following Terms & Conditions:

Terms & Conditions
• This promotion is exclusively for purchases of WarmCore bi-folding doors between 12/4/2016 and 30/6/2016 purchased from either Synseal Extrusions Ltd or a qualifying WarmCore launch partner.
• All purchases must be dated between 12th April and 30th June 2016 and proof of purchase invoice(s) must be dated within this period.
• All claim forms must be accompanied by a copy of the fabricator invoice relating to the purchase of a WarmCore aluminium bi-fold door products.
• ‘Name’, ‘address’ and ‘cheques payable to’ information must be clearly presented on each £50 cashback claim form submitted to ensure correct and efficient processing.
• This promotion is only applicable to purchases of WarmCore aluminium bi-fold doors.
• This promotion is only applicable to home improvement sales.
• This promotion is not applicable to contract sales.
• The maximum £50 cashback claim is 1 claim per company.
• Proof of posting is not proof of receipt.
• £50 cashback cheques will be despatched within
28 days of receipt of the claim.
• All claims must be received by 31st July 2016.

Please Note:
The receipt of £50 cashback cheques may result in liability for income tax and it is the responsibility of the recipient to declare this to HM Inspector of Taxes.

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