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Security Policy

Your security and peace of mind are of utmost importance to us and we want you to feel safe and satisfied with both the service you receive and the security of our site. We have made shopping with us simple, and security is guaranteed by our choice of PayPal for processing payments for all purchases. If you have any concerns about any aspect of our processes, you can contact us at admin@ibarrywinbolt.com.

Payment

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.

If you do not wish to pay via Pay Pal, barrywinbolt.com is happy to accept payment by cheque drawn on a UK bank. This method naturally takes a little longer as goods are only dispatched once the cheque payment has been cleared, normally this takes three working days from payment into the bank

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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