The terms are very clear. First once the product leaves the door and goes to the shipper, it's no longer their responsibility. Meaning if something is wrong with it, it's yours. No refund. Secondly, they clearly indicate that their website may not provide an accurate or even close representation of the product they are selling. So you could be ordering something for a Ford 250 in blue but it may actually be for a Ford 150 in red. And because they are telling you this on their website you are agreeing to it and it's legal. Lastly, they will not send anything in writing to you. They will only communicate electronically with you. They indicate either by e-mail or by posting something on their website. The question is how would you know to check their website for something about your account. Do NOT give personal or financial information to this site. I've found that the positive reviews have been written by company employees.
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