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The Difference Between a Warranty and a Money Back Guarantee

Posted by Jeffrey Keifling on

I offer a money back guarantee, which means that at the time of purchase, all pieces of the unassembled item are presumed to be present unless otherwise noted, and free from defects. The item is also guaranteed to function properly, important for anything that plugs in or uses the science of mechanics like bicycles. A Money Back Guarantee simply means that you should be satisfied with your purchase or your money back. They are typically offered by the seller, ie., the retail outlet. A warranty, on the other hand, guarantees that your product will last for a certain number of days,...

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