Terms & Conditions
Prices and sources of supply must not be disclosed to outside persons, vendors, or any other non-member organization. Membership is based upon confidential pricing arranged with suppliers. Divulging this information with non-members will jeopardize your price advantage.
Only members and associates of NASCOOP are authorized to purchase items from the organization.
NASCOOP has no minimum order; however, minimums and order policies set by suppliers will apply.
Material will be invoiced at prices prevailing at time of shipment.
Unless specified otherwise all orders will ship FOB shipping point. Every effort will be used to provide a low cost and timely shipper; however NASCOOP reserves the right to ship by the carrier of its choice. NASCOOP recommends that members inspect shipments for damage prior to acceptance. Damage in transit or lost freight is the responsibility of the freight carrier. Claims should be made directly to the freight carrier. Ship by dates are provided based on the best available information at the time of order and are not guaranteed. When made aware NASCOOP will notify the member in any changes to the estimated ship date.
NASCOOP accepts major credit cards. Open credit is available on approved accounts only. Open account invoices are due and payable in net amount upon receipt. Payment is to be remitted to the address on the reverse. A late charge of 1.5% per month will be added to all accounts over sixty (60) days from date of invoice. A $40.00 fee will be charged for any check returned to us.
Purchases delivered to customers in jurisdictions where NASCOOP is legally obligated to collect sales tax will be assessed the applicable sales tax as calculated by Avalara AvaTax unless a valid sales tax exemption certificate is submitted prior to the placement of the order. NASCOOP reserves the right to collect sales tax on any transaction that the purchaser’s taxing jurisdiction has deemed taxable. For transactions that are taxable under the applicable sales/use tax of any city, state, provincial or federal agency, but for which NASCOOP is not legally obligated to collect such tax, the purchaser understands that it may be legally obligated to report and remit applicable tax due directly to the proper government agency.
RETURNED GOODS POLICY
Items may be returned only upon receiving a returned goods authorization from NASCOOP. NASCOOP will not charge a restocking fee; however, the supplier or manufacturer may impose a restocking fee, which will be passed on to the member. All non-defective materials being returned to the supplier must be returned on freight prepaid basis.
Purchaser may terminate a purchase order by giving written notice of termination to NASCO-OP. In the event of such termination, NASCOOP shall immediately notify supplier to stop all work. It is understood that the purchaser may, at the supplier’s discretion, be responsible for a reasonable termination charge based upon its actual work performed prior to receiving notice of termination, plus its actual direct costs resulting from the termination.
It is our policy to sell only high quality merchandise manufactured by companies with established reputations for dependable products. The goods covered by this invoice were produced in compliance with the Fair Labor Act of 1938, as amended, and any regulations and orders issued there under. NASCOOP makes no warranty, expressed or implied, as to the merchantability of the goods described in this invoice or sold by the company or that such goods are fit for any particular purpose. Neither does NASCOOP make any warranty or representation that the goods described in this invoice and sold by us, comply with the requirements of the US Occupational Safety and Health Act, the Consumer Product Safety Act and the rules or regulations issued there under, as they now exist or may exist in the future. It is the sole responsibility of the purchaser to determine whether the merchandise complies with these requirements based upon the intended use of the goods. Except as otherwise expressly provided herein, under no circumstances shall NASCOOP be liable for any consequential damage, loss, or expense arising from the use of, or inability to use goods sold by the cooperative, or for labor, repairs, or other expenses incident to removing any defective merchandise or procuring and installing a replacement.
This contract shall be governed by and shall be construed in accordance with the laws of the State of Ohio, Tuscarawas County.