1. Before Considering a Refund
Different people have different tastes, so it’s completely understandable if you might not like something in your website or blog’s design (font type, font size, main color, etc.).
Therefore, you can tell me what you don’t like and I will change it for you until you do. It’s completely normal.
If I can’t change or add something for you because it’s beyond my expertise or the platform’s features (in case of WordPress sites/blogs), then you can consider asking for a refund.
But, to avoid losing time, both you and I, it’s best if you think hard about what you want and ask me if I can do those things before placing an order.
Communication is key!
2. Refund Eligibility
You can ask for a refund before I finish the project (website or blog) and you accept it. After you accept it, you won’t be eligible for a refund.
2.1 Monthly/Recurring Payments
If after some time you want to stop the on-going collaborating with me, or you want to give up on your website or blog, then you can cancel your subscription from your PayPal account, or you can ask me to do it for you.
Once that happens, you won’t be billed for the next period. A refund won’t be issued for the previous payment.
3. If a Refund Will Be Issued
- Content or tools that might be found on your domain/hosting will be removed (e.g. WordPress, plugins, text, images, theme, scripts, etc.);
- Your website or blog will be removed from 3rd party tools (i.e. Google Analytics, Google Search Console and Cloudflare) if my own accounts were used.
If you have questions or want to ask for a refund, contact me at [email protected]