Peak Pkcoaw 3000w Mobile Power Outlet Power Converter - New on 2040-parts.com
Columbus, Ohio, United States
Manufacturer Part Number:PKCOAW
PEAK PKCOAW 3000W Mobile Power Outlet Power Converter
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- Payments must be made within 3 days of auction end.
- Ohio residents must add 7.50% sales tax to the purchase price.
items will be shipped within 24 hours of cleared payment. Any cleared
payment received on Friday through Sunday will be shipped on Monday.
- We ship to only to US. You will receive tracking information as soon as the item is shipped.
- INTERNATIONAL BUYERS MUST USE EBAY'S GLOBAL SHIPPING PROGRAM - WE DO NOT SHIP INTERNATIONALLY DIRECTLY
items are sold as-is unless they are misrepresented in the auction
description, in which case a full refund would be in order.
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- Bidder will make the payment within 3 days after winning the auction. Item will be relisted if buyer does not pay within 7 days.
- Seller reserves the right to cancel the bid.
- Bidder pays for the return shipping cost.
We add 7.50% Sales Tax to any winning Bidder from Ohio
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