Return Policy


A woman returning a weighing scale and demanding a refund


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Refer to this page for service-specific refund policies offered .Within this document clients, customers, or client shall hereafter be referred to as “Client”.

Universal Statements Concerning Refunds & Cancellations

Website Design Refunds

Due to the availability of coding, graphics and template design during the website development process, it is nearly impossible for us to know if Client has downloaded local copies of the work that has been performed. Thus, no refunds can be given for invoices rendered and paid, yet Client will retain rights to all work that has received payment.

Website Hosting & E-mail Solutions Refunds



Other Graphics Design Refunds

Other product refund information

NEW YORK STATE LAW BELOW – Credit to NY State Website    When shopping for a gift, consumers should be aware of store policies with respect to refunds, rebates and rainchecks. The Division of Consumer Protection provides these tips to inform and empower consumers. REFUNDS A store is legally required to post their refund policy. If the store does not post any return policy, the law requires the store to accept your return within 30 days of purchase. There is no requirement under NYS law for a store to offer a refund in the form of cash, credit, replacement merchandise or other means. Retailers must provide a written copy of the store’s refund policies available and disclose any fees associated with the return. REBATES Any advertisement featuring a rebate must clearly (1) feature the actual selling price and advise that a mail-in rebate is required in order to achieve any advertised lower net rebate price; and (2) disclose to consumers how the rebate will be returned to the consumer, either by for example, check, gift card or credit towards future purchase; and, (3) whether the consumer will incur any additional fees redeeming such rebates. RAINCHECKS NYS law does not currently regulate the provision of rainchecks. SUGGESTED STEPS TO TAKE & QUESTIONS TO ASK

Note: Consumers should check with local consumer affairs authorities for additional protections in their jurisdictions.