We want you to be 100% happy with everything you order from us. That's why we have a 30-Day 100% Customer Satisfaction Guarantee. This guarantee is in addition to the Manufacturer's Warranty and it is available on just about every product we sell.
So, even if there is nothing wrong with something you purchased, (you just changed your mind for any reason at all), you may return and get a refund for up to 3 items max from each order as long as:
If you decide to return an item, please note that you are responsible for all shipping costs to get the item(s) back to us. In addition, any free shipping offers you had are automatically voided on returned orders. This means the original shipping charges will be deducted from your refund.
When an item is returned, it is sent back to the manufacturer where it is carefully inspected and bench-tested to ensure it is working properly and is in perfect condition before it is put back into inventory and sold as new. The manufacturer charges a 15% re-stocking fee to cover their time and labor to do this. A restocking fee is a good indication of the quality of the items you are purchasing. If you are buying from a merchant who does NOT charge a restocking fee, you should ask them what they do with their returned items.
Every customer is informed of this policy during the Check Out process and must agree to it or their order can't be submitted. This is also printed on email order confirmations, packing slips, and invoices. If you send an item back to us without a valid RMA#, to the wrong destination, or after the return period has expired, your shipment will be refused and returned to you at your expense.
Once your returned items are received and inspected, the manufacturer will instruct us to issue a credit back to you. This process takes time, so please allow 2-6 weeks after we receive your returned item(s) for this process to complete. We will send you an email notification when your refund has been issued. All funds must be credited back to the credit card used to make the purchase or the person who paid by check, money order, etc.
Now that you know how it works, requesting an RMA is quick and easy: