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Return Policy

Thank you for your purchase. We hope you are happy with your purchase. However, if you are not completely satisfied with your purchase for any reason, you may return it to us for a full refund, store credit, or an exchange. Please see below for more information on our return policy.


RETURNS

All returns must be postmarked within 30 days of the purchase date. All returned items must be in new and unused condition, with all original tags and labels attached.

RETURN PROCCESS

To return an item, place the item securely in its original packaging and 30, and mail your return to the following address:
3345 Burns Rd Suite 202, Palm Beach Gardens, FL 33410
Attention: Returns

REFUNDS

After receiving your return and inspecting the condition of your item, we will process your return. Please allow at least 30 days from the receipt of your item to process your return.

EXCEPTIONS  

For defective or damaged products, please contact us at the contact details below to arrange a refund or exchange.   

QUESTIONS

If you have any questions concerning our return policy, please contact us at: 

(561) 570-2501

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