Refund Policy

Refund Policy

Refund Policy

Due to the nature of the Nextscripts plugins and software, we are not able to control the activation or deactivation of a licenses remotely. In this case, it is not possible to “return” the software and ensure that the license is no longer used. Therefore, we do not provide refunds as a safeguard to prevent unauthorized use of licenses. This is a similar policy to many other software products.

By ordering the software you are agreeing with this policy.

We can guarantee that our software works as described on clean unbroken WordPress with default settings. We could not be responsible for any alterations or third party plugins damaging our functionality. However, if it doesn’t work on your site, please contact support, we will try to make it work.

Before using the Nextscripts WordPress Plugin and API libraries you can try it out by downloading the free plugin and trying our demos. You can also review the documentation for details on Plugin and API libraries installation and customization.

Please make sure you understand functionality and this Refund Policy before purchasing the NextScripts WordPress Plugin and API Libraries.

If you are not clear on what to expect or have any questions, please contact us for more details.

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