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You can shop with us knowing your credit card information is safe with PayPal; their systems are secure, using data encryption and industry-standard firewall technology to prevent abuse of your information. Your transaction is therefore secure with this world-class payment system. You can find out more about PayPal here.

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Returns Policy

All our products are quality controlled on receipt by us, and given a further check before despatch to you. If however the quality of the products we send you are in any way defective we will offer a full refund of the purchase price and dispatch postage.
Returns must be made within seven days of receipt of the goods, and must be returned unmarked and in new condition.

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