If you have questions about a border you purchased, please visit our support section first. Most common issues are addressed there.
We no longer offer support, although we will make an exception for billing issues (for example, if you accidentally ordered the same item multiple times). We now offer refunds instead of providing support. However, please note that refunds are granted at our sole discretion. We may not issue a refund in cases where you have downloaded the file already, are blaming us for your lack of knowledge in how to download, use or print the border, etc. An explanation regarding this change can be found at the bottom of the page.
Requesting a Refund
If you want to request a refund, please email email@example.com with details on your order including your PayPal address. Note that we will consider all requests for support to be a refund request (unless the request is related to billing), so ignoring this policy will not result in you receiving support. Before contacting us, note our policies on refunds below:
- You no longer have any legal right to use the border once we issue a refund. Your license is permanently revoked the moment the refund is processed. You must delete the border files and cease all use of them.
- You will not be allowed to order again in the future. This is to prevent abuse. Note that due to the way PayPal works, it isn't possible to prevent a payment from going through, but the order won't be processed by our cart. You would need to request a refund if this happens.
- You can't abuse this policy to get free stuff. A refund request will be refused if we believe you are doing this.
- This policy doesn't apply to our bundle of all borders.
The Reason for This Change
A few customers do have legitimate support requests, and we apologize in advance for the inconvenience to them. However, we do need to make this change to avoid a price increase on all customers. We have invested a lot of time into making sure everything works properly, creating support materials covering common issues, etc. While this has reduced support volume over time, we are still seeing mostly support requests as described above. We would have preferred to not have to take this step, but see no other option after all we have tried.