Sales Terms and Conditions
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A charge for FedEx freight, based on invoice value, will be added to your order during Checkout.
FedEx Ground delivery usually takes from 3 to 5 business days, and is available within the Continental United States and Canada ONLY.
FedEx 2nd Day delivery is available within the Continental United States, Alaska, Hawaii, and Canada.
FedEx Overnight delivery is available within the Continental United States, Canada, but NOT available for orders to Alaska, Hawaii, or any other International shipping destination.
Shipping charges for International Orders are not calculated by this online ordering system. For a shipping quote, call Customer Service at 760-931-5700.
Please note that shipping charges for FedEx freight are subject to change without notice.
Sales Tax will be added during Checkout for orders shipped within California.
The Federal Internet tax moratorium bars the imposition of new taxes on the Internet itself and things like Internet access services. It doesn't change the applicability of state and local taxes to sales transactions. PC Power and Cooling must collect such taxes on the sale of merchandise online, based on tax laws applicable to the shipping address (note: these tax rates and rules may change at any time). Taxes are calculated on the price of items purchased.
Non-profit Organizations, Tax-exempt Entities, and Federal Agencies within California Tax-exempt organizations should call Customer Service for their orders, providing PC Power and Cooling with a copy of their exemption certificate, resale certificate, or proof of exempt status for California. Non-profits should call Customer Service for their orders, providing proof of their 501(c)(3) status or other acceptable exemption certification.
Federal agencies should call Customer Service at 800-722-6555 or 760-931-5700 for their orders, and provide a federal tax ID certificate.
If you have further questions about this Agreement, you may contact our Site Representative.
Updated May 9, 2005