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All sales of digital goods are final. Refunds for any digital goods sold by EMC Standards. will only be considered for a refund if any of the following conditions apply:
- The customer is exercising their rights under the UK consumer contracts regulations for the sale of digital goods
- The digital goods were incorrectly described on www.inspiredtech.co.uk/ at the time of purchase
- The digital goods are proven to be defective
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