IGCSE ICT 3rd Edition Teacher Resource (Elevate)(NYP Due November 2021)
Developed by an experienced teacher and examiner team, this scaffolded support guides you through the coursebook chapter by chapter, allowing you to teach with confidence whether new or experienced at teaching ICT. This resource includes over 400 teaching activity ideas, as well as teaching plans, language support, differentiated worksheets, homework ideas, links to useful digital resources, and exam-style papers, which save you much-needed time.
Publisher - Cambridge University Press
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For example, in the state of New York, if a retailer does not provide a Return & Refund Policy, the retailer will be required to accept returns and give refunds for all merchandise returned within 30 days of purchase. If you wish to limit this in any way, you will need to create and post a Return Policy with your own custom terms.
Another reason for having a Return Policy even if not required by law is that most consumers prefer to shop at retailers with a clearly-posted Return Policy. This is especially important when shopping online, as more issues are likely when purchasing something without being able to see it in person first.
If you don't have a Return Policy, you may be at the mercy of state laws regulating return and refund timeframes. You may also lose potential customers who are concerned about not being able to return a product if they need or want to.
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