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NEW MODEL FOLDING ALUMINIUM ARCH RAMPS

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RETURNS:
14 days allowed for the return of goods for exchange or refund. We refund the cost price of the goods, but not the carriage charge. You the customer are liable for all costs of returning goods. We recommend you either return the goods by Royal Mail Special Delivery/Recorded Delivery or Proof of Postage or Tracked Courier.
CJ Industries cannot be held responsible for any goods lost in transit. Please ensure all goods are returned in the same condition as you received them. This includes packaging. We will endevour to assist in any way we are able but we can not be held responsible for damaged or lost goods returned to us.

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Purchase items by clicking on Add To Cart button. Continue shoping until you have purchased all you require.
Click on the Review Cart button to go to the PayPal website.
If you have a PayPal account, enter your e-mail address and password to log in. If you do not have a PayPal account, enter the information to create one.
Confirm your payment method and complete payment. PayPal will e-mail you a receipt and return you to our order page.
Payment must be submitted within 24 hours, or your order will be canceled.

Your Online Security is important.

Threats can be avoided if you follow these simple tips:

Website addresses starting with "https:" are much more secure than those starting ‘http:’. The ‘s’ stands for secure, so always check this first before entering any personal information. On Safari a padlock icon is also shown at the top right hand corner of the window. Chrome, Firefox and IE also have similar icons shown in different places.

Make sure your computer software is up to date.

Keep your internet browser (e.g. Safari, Chrome, Opera, Internet Explorer or Firefox) up to date
(check the Help menu in your browser for more information).
Old outdated browsers are bad for users.
They expose you to security vulnerabilities, old design renders and
prevent you from experiencing modern up to date features. They also hold back web development.
Keeping your browser up to date wil give you increased protection
through Extended Validation Cetificates, prechecked phishing and malware technologies
as well as giving you all the benefits of modern apps, plug ins, synch capabilities and speed. Safari, Opera and Chrome also suppourt Media Queeries which will resize your window automatically depending on your monitor size or mobile device.
KEEP YOUR BROWSER UP TO DATE.....in my opinion Safari, Chrome and Opera will give you superior browsing expereince and greater security.
If you use your mobile phone or other mobile device for frequent surfing and web comunication then remember to keep these browsers up to date also.

Be careful what you download and be wary of email attachments or links in emails from people you don’t know or trust. If you don’t know the sender, or are unsure about the email for any reason, DON'T open the attachment.

If you receive an offer for a product or job via email or see an advert online that looks too good to be true, it probably is, so ignore/delete it.

Windows Users: Keep your Anti Virus Software up to date and run it frequently.

Something to always remember: Would you give a stranger in the street a blank, signed cheque? Don’t give out personal information online unless it’s absolutely necessary, and even then only to people you know and trust.

Always be wary of providing sensitive information, disclosing passwords etc. on unsecured WiFi networks. Almost all public WiFi hotspots and free internet access points fall into this catagory....be warned!