Terms and Conditions
The term “DBS, We”shall mean DBS Coins LP and the Term “You, Your” shall mean the customer or user who purchases from DBS.
User Account: Customers that would like to purchase from DBS Online (www.dbscoins.com) or Phone (DBS) can create a user account or may purchase as guest checkout. Users must have a domestic USA address. We do not allow users to have third party shipping agents accept products on their behalf. Only individuals may order through DBS Coins online website. Any party other than an individual (Corporation, Partnership, Company, IRA) that would like to purchase on behalf of a company must contact DBS directly via telephone for ordering instructions. Parties other than individuals must complete and return a business application.
Pricing Confirmation: Once an order has been submitted via online (www.dbscoins.com) or Phone (DBS Coins) the customer has entered into a binding agreement. Order confirmation will be sent via email to the email address provided by the customer. The customer is responsible for the order (payment) as soon as they have been given a confirmation number. We are not responsible if the email sent from our company is not received by the customer (junk mail / inbox of your specific email account). The customer must make payment in a timely manner according to our Payment Policy. We reserve the right to cancel any order that fails to make payment in the designate time. Failure to make payment will result in a cancelled order and subject to our market loss policy. Payment by credit card (visa & MasterCard only) will be collected 100% in full at time of checkout. Payment made by Bank Wire or Check via phone or website will require a non-refundable deposit via credit card. The maximum purchase amount via our online store is $80,000.00. Any amount over that amount must be through our phone store. Orders greater than $30,000.01 must be paid by Bank wire.
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