Product had a fault from day one and various means were tried to correct the fault. (Sending replacement parts, asking me to reset the remote and the vehicle etc) After roughly 2 months they asked me to return the product. I advised that I hadn't kept the packaging but was told that was fine, just pack it as best as I can. The vehicle was wrapped in bubble wrap and returned (they arranged collection) after a week I had not heard anything so I sent an email asking if they had received it. I then received a very abrupt email saying the car was damaged beyond repair, their courier would not accept responsibility and it was my fault for not packing it more securely. I told them I would be taking it up with my bank and suddenly their attitude changed and they offered me 50% refund. My bank upheld my claim and refunded the entire purchase price.
I would advise people to pay a little bit more and get it from Toys R us or Smythes as at least you have recourse to return a faulty item. It sounds like this company tries everything it can to prevent you from returning the goods so that they don't have to give you a refund, and then when the timescale expires you don't have a leg to stand on. The price might be attractive but you get what you pay for.