Purchasing an instrument from Rics Vintage Guitars
After selecting the instrument you want, either give me a call if you're in Australia or send an email direct to email@example.com with the details of what you were interested in.
I'll check to make sure it's currently not on hold and send you the information you asked for as well as any shipping details etc.
As for payment information we accept Direct Bank Deposit only to our Australian bank. Please note that country specific Import Duties and VAT/GST Taxes
are not included in our prices and are the responsibility of the purchaser.
Also, you may need to pay a certain amount of 'bank transfer fee' when arranging payment by bank wire.
After confirmation of payment your instrument is shipped via our shipper and depending where you are this would be with Toll Ipec, Dhl, Fedex or Ups etc. All instruments are shipped with Insurance which is included in your shipping fee. The price paid for the instrument is what is stated on the customs and insurance forms and invoice. NOTE: We do not undervalue goods for any reason.
OUR BANK INFORMATION:
NATIONAL AUSTRALIA BANK
ACCOUNT NAME: RICS VINTAGE GUITARS
SWIFT CODE: NATAAU3303M
BRANCH : ROCKINGHAM (WEST AUSTRALIA)
All guitars are shipped with a 3 days acceptance policy where the buyer has 3 days from delivery to either accept or contact us to organise a return at your expense if not suitable. After this 3 day period we do not accept any returns.
These need to be quoted individually on a per item basis.
CITES PERMITS: Please note as Australia is a signatory to the Cites treaty as such all guitars with rosewood parts need an export permit. Currently permit's are running approx at 20 to 25 days although govt. web site says 40 days is required. With the amount of paperwork required to export a guitar we have to charge a nominal fee for this service of $45 per permit/guitar. Please be aware that we will try to get the permit issued as fast as possible but do note the 40 days govt. requirement of which we have no control.