Sale Terms

Overstock Merchandise Disclosure:

Closeouts Company buys and sells loads of new merchandise, overstock excess inventory with no salvage merchandise or store returns. Specific loads will have a manifest, while others are sold as bulk loads with no specified value or piece count. Customer accepts responsibilities of purchasing said type of merchandise and purchases said merchandise as all overstock, surplus and new merchandise

Mixed Returns & Overstock Disclosure:

Closeouts Company also buys and sells loads of Salvage Returned Merchandise. Salvage Returned Merchandise consists of surplus merchandise, excess inventory, seconds, irregulars, overstock, customer returns, used and discontinued merchandise. Unless explicitly specified in writing by a Closeouts Company representative, all merchandise is sold as is with no implied warranty or guarantee. Specific loads will have a manifest, while others are sold as bulk loads (used clothing and shoes by the pound) with no specified value or piece count. Customer accepts responsibilities of purchasing said type of merchandise. If any situation arises where merchandise is returned, Closeouts Company may charge up to a 25% restocking fee, depending on the merchandise and quantity. This will be determined on a case to case basis.

Advertisement of Merchandise:

The Department Stores that Closeouts Company transacts business with, do not allow their names to be advertised when dealing with salvage and overstock merchandise. Customer acknowledges that all labels and tags with Department Store Names and/or specific brand names associated with any specific Department Store must be detached.

Freight:

Customer is responsible for his/her own freight and all costs of freight to the predetermined destination and any problems arising as a direct result of the shipping process must be discussed with the freight carrier, unless freight is prepaid.

A restocking fee may be issued if any merchandise is returned or exchanged.

Legal:

In the event that an irresolvable situation arises, any litigation will take place in Broward County, in the State of Florida.