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Q: You say the files become blocked once downloaded, but I didn’t receive them successfully, this means I can’t open and read them. What should I do?
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Q: I ordered some articles over a month ago but they’re not available and the money was refunded to my paypal account Why?
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Q: I made an order one year ago receiving the PDF successfully, nevertheless, I’ve lost them due to some problems with my PC, would you give them to me again for free?
A: Our policy is to return the PDF files during 30 days after the order has been placed. After that period, you should have to pay for them again. Unfortunately, and due to the internet costs, we can’t have a back up ready for all our readers. However with your next order of the same amount of the lost PDF, we will give them for free.

Q: I saw that there are many PDF marked like "Free for PDF orders", can I order only them.
A: The free PDF can only be ordered with a regular PDF order, no more than 5 files each. We have many free PDF if you want to get a large amount of them, this will not be possible with only one order. This is to avoid the massive distribution and piracy.

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Q: Still, I have doubts whether I will be satisfied.
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