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R Line Emblem Badge Decal Truck Lib Metal Sticker For Vw Golf Jetta Passat Polo on 2040-parts.com

US $3.99
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Shanghai, CN

Shanghai, CN
Item must be returned within:14 Days Refund will be given as:Money Back Return shipping will be paid by:Buyer Restocking Fee:No Returns Accepted:Returns Accepted Return policy details:1. All items have 15 days after the date you receive the item. You must contact us before the 15th day if there are any problems. Returns must be sent back to us within 15 days after receiving! The returning and original shipping and 10% total transaction fee have to be put in buyers' side. 2. If the item is being returned due to being defective and the buyer refuses an exchange, the buyer is responsible for return shipping and a 10% cancellation fee. 3. If the item is being returned due to the buyer changing his/her mind or does not want. The buyer is responsible for return shipping and up to a 20% restock fee at our discretion. Also, initial shipping is non-refundable in this case. 4. If the item is being returned because the buyer purchased the wrong item for his/her vehicle and wishes to purchase the correct one, as long as we have it available in stock. The buyer will be responsible for return shipping and any difference in price for the replacement item and the cost to re-ship to the buyer. If we do not have what the buyer needs then, it will be processed as a standard return that the buyer doesn't want. 5. If buyer purchases car part item, we would assume buyer is fully aware of the compatibility issue/fitting risk/additional change effort and will not use them as return excuse. If buyer still want return, it will be processed as a standard return that the buyer doesn't want.

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