top of page

Terms and Conditions and Consumer Information

§1 Scope

The following General Terms and Conditions (GTC) regulate the contractual relationship between Luisa Wolf as the owner of "Wildfühlung" (hereinafter: seller) and the customers who shop via the online shop at 

www.wildfü  Buy goods.


§2 Information about the provider

Luisa Wolf

c/o Grosch Postflex #2020
Emsdettener Strasse 10
48268 Greven

Telephone: +49 176 7240 3149


VAT ID: DE 1959701247


§3 Conclusion of contract

  1. The presentation and advertising of articles in the online shop does not constitute a binding offer to conclude a purchase contract.

  2. By sending an order via the online shop by clicking on the "Order with costs" button, the customer places a legally binding order.

  3. After receiving the order, the seller sends the customer an e-mail confirming the receipt of the order by the seller and listing its details. This e-mail represents the acceptance of the offer, whereby the purchase contract is concluded.


§4 Customer Information

  1. The contract is concluded exclusively in German.

  2. The text of the contract with information about the items is saved by the seller. However, this stored contract text is not accessible to the customer. However, the customer has the option of archiving the text of the contract by saving or printing out the general terms and conditions available on the seller's website and additionally saving or printing out the last page of the sales process (order overview). The customer also receives all of this information (general terms and conditions and order data) summarized in the confirmation email from the seller.

  3. Before sending the order, the customer can view and change the data at any time and correct input errors in this way before submitting the contract declaration. In particular, on the last page of the sales process (order overview), the customer has the opportunity to check and correct the data entered again.

  4. The seller has not submitted to any codes of conduct.


§5 Right of withdrawal for consumers

  1. If the customer is a consumer, he has a statutory right of withdrawal. According to Section 13 of the German Civil Code, a consumer is any natural person who concludes a legal transaction for purposes that are predominantly neither commercial nor self-employed.

  2. According to Section 312g, Paragraph 2 of the German Civil Code, there is no right of withdrawal for contracts for the delivery of goods that are not prefabricated and for the production of which an individual selection or determination by the consumer is decisive or which are clearly tailored to the personal needs of the consumer and it expires prematurely in the case of contracts for the delivery of sealed goods which are not suitable for return for reasons of health protection or hygiene if their seal has been removed after delivery.

   3. All information including the cancellation policy and the model cancellation form     

       finden Sie unter  https://      


§6 Prices, shipping costs and payment

  1. All prices stated on the seller's website include the applicable statutory sales tax.

  2. The customer receives a list of the corresponding shipping costs on the last page of the ordering process in the order overview.

  3. The payment of the purchase price is payable immediately upon conclusion of the contract.

  4. The customer can choose between the following payment methods: credit card, instant transfer (Giropay) or PayPal.

  5. In the event of a cancellation, the customer must bear the direct costs of the return shipment.


§7 Delivery

  1. The delivery is made by shipment from the warehouse to the delivery address provided by the customer.

  2. If the seller accepts the customer's order, the delivery of the goods will be arranged immediately after receipt of the order.

  3. The following delivery restrictions apply: The seller only delivers to locations within Germany.


§8 Retention of title

The delivered goods remain the property of the seller until full payment has been made.


§9 Warranty for material defects

The provider is liable for material defects according to the applicable statutory provisions


§10 Liability for the rest

The seller is liable without limitation for damage to the customer caused by intentional or grossly negligent behavior on the part of the seller, as well as for damage due to injury to life, limb and health and for damage under the Product Liability Act in accordance with the statutory provisions. This also applies to damage caused by vicarious agents or legal representatives of the seller. Insofar as the seller is not liable on the basis of an assumed guarantee, liability for claims for damages is otherwise limited as follows: The seller is only liable for damage caused by simple negligence insofar as this is based on the breach of essential contractual obligations (cardinal obligations). Cardinal obligations are such contractual obligations, the fulfillment of which enables the proper execution of the contract in the first place and on the compliance with which the customer could rely. The liability of the seller for simple negligence according to this regulation is limited to the typically foreseeable damage. This limitation of liability also applies to the vicarious agents and legal representatives of the seller.


§11 Information on online dispute resolution and participation in dispute resolution procedures

The European Commission provides a platform for online dispute resolution (OS) at  . The seller is neither willing nor obliged to participate in a dispute settlement procedure before a consumer arbitration board.


§12 Applicable Law and Place of Jurisdiction

  1. The law of the Federal Republic of Germany applies to contracts between the seller and the customer, excluding the UN sales law. The statutory provisions restricting the choice of law and the applicability of mandatory provisions, in particular those of the country in which the customer has his habitual residence as a consumer, remain unaffected.

  2. If the customer is a merchant, a legal entity under public law or a special fund under public law, the place of jurisdiction for all disputes arising from contractual relationships between the customer and the seller is the seller's registered office.

bottom of page