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Eton Institute will not be liable for lost vouchers or voucher codes
Once the deal is bought there will be no refunds or exchanges
Eton Deals vouchers expire on the date specified
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You may pay by cash/credit card at the institute or online
Full payment is required at least 3 days prior to the start of the course
The deal may be rescheduled to a later date if it does not meet the minimum 12 number of learners required to start the course
You are eligible for a full refund if the deal does not meet the minimum 12 number of learners required to start the course
The course location will be specified on the website
If learners do not attend a scheduled lesson, it cannot be rescheduled and it will be considered as taken
Multiple vouchers can be bought as gifts
Voucher not valid in conjunction with any other discount or offers
Voucher is all inclusive of registration and material fees
Voucher may not be transferred to another course or language
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The ‘UAE Executive Regulations of the Federal Decree-Law on Value Added Tax (VAT)’ have been published and it is now confirmed that VAT will be introduced across the UAE as of 1st January 2018 at a standard rate of 5%.
Please note that as of 1st January 2018, the fees charged on all goods or services by Eton Institute will be subject to VAT as prescribed under the Federal Decree-Law No. (8) of 2017 on value added taxes.
The Executive Regulations (Articles 25,25,70 and 80) have clarified that VAT will be due on invoices issued before 1st January 2018, where the actual part or all of goods/services is on or after that date. In order to comply with the statutory requirements, We will therefore have to raise additional invoices for VAT due on the portion of goods/services charged in 2017, but supplied or otherwise derived on or after implementation date i.e 1st January 2018.