ALTERNATIVE DISPUTE RESOLUTION (ADR) FOR EU RESIDENTS
This is to inform you that as a consumer, you have the option of contacting a local ADR entity regarding a dispute which you have been unable to settle directly with H&M.
What is ADR?
ADR is a dispute resolution procedure for the out-of- court resolution of domestic and cross-border disputes concerning contractual obligations stemming from sales contracts or service contracts between a trader established in the Union and a consumer resident in the Union through the intervention of an ADR entity which proposes or imposes a solution or brings the parties together with the aim of facilitating an amicable solution.
ADR entities are out-of-court (non-judicial) entities. An ADR entity is a neutral party (e.g. a conciliator, mediator, arbitrator, ombudsman or a complaints board) which H&M will make use of to settle disputes, if the consumer decides for an ADR settlement. The ADR process is a low-cost, simple and fast procedure and is therefore beneficial to both consumers and traders, who are able to avoid court costs and lengthy procedures.
How do I submit a complaint using the ADR process?
If you want to submit a complaint, please contact your national ADR entity below.
This ADR entity will also be able to provide answers to any questions you may have about its process.
Dublin District Small Claims Office
(or the local District Court Office in the area where you live)
Áras Uí Dhálaigh
*This ADR entity is included in the national lists of ADR entities which
comply with the binding quality requirements established by the ADR
Directive (Directive 2013/11/EU on Alternative Dispute Resolution for
consumer disputes) http://ec.europa.eu/consumers/odr/
H&M Hennes & Mauritz (Ireland) Ltd.
Registered office: 3 Dublin Landings, North Wall Quay, Dublin 1, Ireland
Registered number: 396507