A: Each seller may use a number of different means of shipping your order. Once a seller has dispatched your order you can track its delivery status here:
A: CellarsMarket helps facilitate sales between buyers and sellers. When purchasing on the CellarsMarket marketplace you purchase directly from the seller. CellarsMarket does NOT hold stock or is involved with the shipping of orders. This is all done by the seller. Payment transactions are made through the seller's chosen gateway, Stripe or PayPal.
Q: I placed an order. How do I contact the seller?
A: CellarsMarket provides for sellers to offer customers to pay for their orders either through PayPal, Stripe or both. Ultimately, the seller chooses what payment gateway is offered. Using PayPal, you can pay using the PayPal Pay Later feature. This lets customers pay in instalments by offering Pay in 4 and Pay Monthly payments. You can also pay using traditional cards such as Mastercard, VISA, and Amex.
A: Due to a number of factors that are not conducive to international shipping such as duties and taxes, high freight charges & weights, insurance costs, the fragile nature and high rate of product breakages, sellers do not ship to destinations outside of Australia.
A: Sellers generally upload the tracking link with the tracking number when your order is dispatched. At times, when a seller fails to provide the tracking details the best option is to directly contact the seller via your account and request the details. Failing that, we can escalate the issue when required and investigate the tracking details for you.
Q: When the item received does not match the listing?
A: Sellers are required to deliver the item as described in the listing. If the buyer receives the wrong item, or the item arrives broken, damaged, or faulty (and was not clearly described as such), they are entitled to return it for a refund, even if the seller doesn't offer returns.
Buyers and sellers may agree to another solution, such as a whole or partial refund while the buyer keeps the item, or a replacement item instead of a refund.
Both buyers and sellers must meet all applicable return requirements. If an item is being returned as a fault of the seller, the seller is responsible for return postage.