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Patria accepts all major payment cards and systems: Visa, MasterCard, American Express and PayPal. Certain transactions may also be protected by Verified by Visa and MasterCard Secure Code verification.
As each Patria product is made to order we can’t coordinate production to ship multiple items together.
No. At the moment due to technical reasons, we only ship to the UK and EU. Please review this guide which lists the countries and methods for shipping and returns here.
You can cancel you order at any time from placing the order to 14 days after receipt of your Patria goods.
Technically you will be cancelling a contract under the terms of the UK’s Consumer Contracts Regulations 2013 – but please understand you are fully within your rights to do so and are under no obligation to give any reason.
If we have shipped your product please follow the Returns guidelines in that section.
If the product hasn’t shipped the easiest way to cancel is via the “Order Lookup” link you will have had in your original order confirmation email.
If you wish to return a piece to Patria we have worked to make this as easy as possible.
In the UK, Patria uses the Royal Mail Tracked Returns® 24 service. A preprinted return label is enclosed in each package and a customer can return their goods via 11,500 Post Office® branches; this is free of charge.
Please read about our returns policy and process in more detail here.
Let’s be honest, the customer pays for postage and packaging whether it’s a separate charge or not. Our products offer the best value in the market by a significant margin so we have to charge for postage.
Moreover, because these are luxury, high value pieces, we have elected to use a quality logistics partner. For example, in the UK we work with the Royal Mail (given Patria’s values we are proud to work with them) and use their Royal Mail Tracked 24® which guarantees next day with Tracking, Signature on Delivery and SMS and Email notifications.
We take pride in answering all questions that are sent our way. We are a small team of five, but we will always take the time to respond to questions big and small and will typically respond well within one business day.
To ensure you get a timely response, please add firstname.lastname@example.org to your contact list.
You may also want to check your spam filter as our replies might be filtered out of your inbox. If you happen to be a Gmail user, our emails have been known to be routed to the “Promotions” tab.
You can change the address on an order directly on the Patria website until the package is actually shipped out.
To change the address, click the "Order Lookup" link in your original order confirmation email and click the "edit" button next to your Shipping address to update. You can also delete an old address after you’ve input and selected a new one.
If you have any trouble, please contact us at email@example.com.
If our system runs into an issue with charging your card, you may need to update your billing information:
A lot can happen between the day you back a campaign and when we charge you for your order. If for some reason, the charge attempt fails, Patria will contact you and you will have three days to resolve the issue.
If the card issue is not resolved within three days of the campaign closing, our system will automatically cancel the order so we can start production.
Patria Partners Limited ("Patria") will donate 10% of its net profits to the main British Armed Forces Charities. The Royal Navy and Royal Marines Charity, charity no. 1117794, will receive 2.5%; ABF The Soldiers' Charity, charity no. 1146420, will receive 5%; and the Royal Air Force Benevolent Fund, charity no. 1081009, will receive 2.5%.
Patria is also committed to donate 10% of the proceeds of any future liquidity event to the charities, including a full or partial sale of the business or an IPO of the business.
As a new business Patria cannot declare the amount of its donations to its charity partners until its first year of operation is complete. However, its business plan targets a net profit of £150,000 in its first year. Should Patria achieve this then it will donate a minimum of £15,000 to the charities.
From financial year 2018 onward Patria will list all its donations, by year, to each charity.