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EXCHANGES, RETURNS & REFUND POLICY

ALL SALES ARE FINAL

Yuvika Clothing does not offer Exchanges, Returns or Refunds of any kind on any items offered for sale in our stores.

Inspect all details: Please inspect all items carefully before purchasing them. Many clothing items that we carry are hand-made and have imperfections that might appear to be defects. These are not to be considered as defects and are features of the manufacturing process.

Colors: Garments might lose their colors upon washing or dry cleaning. Following the care instructions attached to the garment might avoid loss of color or seepage of color onto other parts of garment or other garments. Care for the garment is customer’s responsibility and the quality of the fabric or the color of the garment is not warranted by Yuvika Clothing.

Size: Sizes displayed on garments are only for reference and might not be standard. Customers are responsible to check for the actual size of the garment by trying it on and making sure that they fit them. No exchanges or returns are allowed for size differences.

Loose stitches, decorative objects, Mirrors and beads: Any of these issues should be inspected before purchasing the garment. No exchanges or returns are allowed.

Why No Returns or Exchanges? – You might ask..

Because you do not want to wear clothes someone else wore, even if it is for just once.

We do not want to sell you clothes that someone else wore.

The garments we carry as you know are manufactured all over India and sold locally in the US for the convenience of our customers, it is not possible for us to return these back to the manufacturers as the management and shipping costs are prohibitive. To entertain any kind of returns we would have to incur atleast 30% additional cost, which means we will have to pass the cost back to you, the customer. Instead we ask you to make sure you are buying the product you are going to keep and use.

Once again - All sales are final, No exceptions.

Refund Policies – The Law

Consumers have come to expect stores or catalog companies to offer a refund, credit or exchange when they return items. Sellers are not required by law to accept returned items unless they are defective. However, California law requires that retailers who have a policy of not providing a cash refund, credit or exchange when an item is returned with proof of purchase within 7 days of purchase must inform consumers about their refund policies by conspicuously placing a written notice about their policies, in language that consumers can understand, so that it can be easily seen and read. Some companies may limit exchanges or returns for credit or refunds on all, or some products. Some may not allow exchanges or returns for credit or refunds at all. But whatever the limitation, it must be conspicuously disclosed. Before making a purchase, carefully check the store's policy. The policy must be displayed either at each entrance to the store, at each cash register and sales counter, on tags attached to each item, or on the company's order forms, if any. A return policy printed only on a receipt, for example, is not sufficient. If a store violates this law (California Civil Code section 1723), the purchaser can return an item for a full refund within 30 days of purchase.

There are exceptions, however to the general rule requiring notice. Notices are not required for sale of perishable goods like food or plants; for items marked, "All sales final," or something similar; for items which are used or damaged; for items customized for the consumer and received as ordered; for items which cannot be resold for health reasons; or for items not returned in their original packaging. Some stores keep records of consumers who frequently return merchandise and sometimes report that to a central reporting company and may not offer returns or refunds to such customers. The return policy notice must refer to such practice. Consumers who believe a retailer has violated the law can notify the consumer protection division of their local district attorney's office or by filing a complaint with the Attorney General's Office.