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If you purchased your publication at a retail outlet and NOT directly from Davidson Press...

...within 30 days of your purchase, simply return the publication to the retail outlet where you purchased it. Davidson Press has guaranteed the retailer a credit for merchandise returned by customers within 30 days of purchase, even if the shrink wrap has been opened and the CD removed! Tell the clerk at the retail store that you are not happy with your purchase and that you want to return the book you ordered. You don't even have to give a reason for the return, if you don't want to! And by the way, because most of the books we sell have a free CD-ROM packaged in the back of the book, we assume that you have accessed the CD-ROM. If you want to, you can keep the CD-ROM as our gift to you. 

If you purchased your publication directly from Davidson Press...

All of our products come with a 30-day money-back guarantee. Even better, you don't have to return them to us if you are not satisfied with your purchase or if you are not satisfied as to how you have been treated.

Send us an email message by clicking here. We will need the following information from you to process your credit:

  1. your name
  2. order date
  3. payment method (i.e., tell us the name of the credit card you used to make your purchase)
  4. your billing address
  5. your daytime telephone number
  6. the item number
  7. the item name
  8. the quantity you ordered
  9. the total price you paid (including shipping and handling)

We will locate your order and credit your account the same day we receive your email message. We'll send you a confirming message indicating that we have credited your credit card account.

It costs us more to handle a book through a returns process than it costs us to print it. So if you bought your book directly through Davidson Press, it suits us if you would donate the unwanted book to your local public library or your church library because more people will be able to read it. Even if your library won't put the book on the shelves for the general public to read, they'll probably assign it to their "Friends of the Library" program where it will be sold to the public to raise funds for the library. Either way, someone will be able to enjoy your Davidson Press publication.

Keep these points in mind:

  • You don't have to send us a receipt for your donation of the book to your local library or to your church library. We'll take your word that you have done so.
  • If you email us to "return" the unwanted book before you give it to the library, we'll take your word that you are planning to do this when our order clerks take your return request.
  • If you cannot give your unwanted Davidson Press book to a public library or church library because there is no library near you, you can give it to a friend instead.
  • Because most of the books we sell have a free CD-ROM packaged in the back of the book, we assume that you have accessed the CD-ROM. If you want to, you can keep the CD-ROM as our gift to you. 

 

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