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Banggood Another High Quality Amazon Like Shopping Online Service With No Borders

Banggood has been running for more than ten years in China and has accumulated a wealth of supply chain resources. Their products are sourced from a network of trusted suppliers in 100+ regions of China to ensure only top quality products are offered.

All products undergo supplier review, arrival inspection, after-sales feedback monitoring , and are tested to strict quality control standards. Banggood has 37 overseas warehouses covering all regions of the world, this network allows you to order locally and receive your items lighting fast.

Banggood has partnerships with many professional international shipping companies to offer fast and convenient door to door delivery to more than 200 countries. Banggood offers more than 40 different secure payment methods, from Cash on delivery to Credit card,your payment is safe, secure and convenient.

If one or more of the items you received are damaged, different, or not working, you will be protected by this Guarantee. Please contact us for Return Material Authorization within 7 days of the order being received. After returning the product to the address provided by our customer service team, we can send you a new item free of charge (we will reimburse you the return shipping cost), or you can choose to receive a full refund.

If you are not satisfied with your purchase and the product is still in brand new condition, we can arrange a partial refund, which will cover the price of the item minus the shipping fees. You will be responsible for paying the return shipping fees.

Please contact us for Return Material Authorization within 30 days of the order being received. Note:Items such as underwear / swimsuits are not covered by this guarantee due to hygiene considerations. If you need help, you can check the Apparel Return Process below, or contact us.

If there are quality problems in some categories of products, you can get a refund or exchange up to 180 days. You can contact us to learn if the product is in this category. Note: Due to its nature and intended use, clothing, shoes, bracelets, decorations, phone and tablet accessories, household gadgets, home decorations, RC toys, home textiles, and other similar items are not included in this warranty period. For other product details please contact us or reference other warranties.

Banggood Apparel Return Process

Returnable Items

Items that can be returned/refunded or exchanged within 30 days of receiving must follow the criteria as below:

1. Faulty items damaged/broken or stained upon arrival.

2. Items received in the incorrect size/color.

3. Unwashed, unworn, and unused item(s) that have not met your expectations within 30 days of receiving.

Non-Returnable Items

We will not accept returns in the following conditions:

1. Items outside the 30 days warranty time-frame.

2. Washed, worn, used, or misused items.

3. Items under the following categories: Swimwear,Underwear, Lingerie, and Earrings. These items are not covered by the warranty for hygiene reasons.

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Sizing issues 

In the apparel industry, there are slight size differences between brands and manufacturers. It is important you check the size chart and size conversion chart on the product before ordering.

If we have shipped you the wrong size by mistake, we will either refund you in full or send you an item with an alternative size (if applicable).

If you chose the wrong size, Banggood will offer an exchange or refund for you, but please note that shipping costs to return the items are at your expense.

You must contact us to arrange a refund. Returned items without Return Merchandise Authorization (RMA) will not be accepted.

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The Psychology Of Why Men Wait Until Christmas Eve To Shop

It’s December 24th. Last minute arrangements for visiting family are being made, menus for Christmas are taking shape or beginning to cook, and about 25% of men are in a mall doing their Christmas shopping. Not finishing their shopping, but doing all of it. And if you’re like a lot of women and men in their lives, you’re at home reading this wondering why on earth they waited until now. It’s not like they haven’t known when the holiday is or somehow missed advertisements letting them know Christmas was approaching.

While I don’t want to perpetuate out-of-date gender stereotypes, there is research to suggest gender differences really exist in how people approach shopping – both physically and mentally. In fact, according to the Journal of Consumer Marketing females, compared to males, are found to start Christmas shopping much earlier, purchase more gifts, and embark on a greater number of shopping trips.

The Australian National Retailers Association concluded from a survey that men are two and a half times more likely to wait until the last couple days to do holiday shopping. Moreover, the National Retail Federation in the U.S. found similar results with 24% of people planning to do shopping on the 22nd and 23rd.

So before you get upset (or maybe that’s why you’re reading this to gain some insights), know that research and behavior patterns have shown that many – if not most – of procrastinator shoppers have not been thoughtless or lazy. In actuality, they have rational reasons and thoughts around waiting until the deadline.

Here are some characteristics and thought processes of those last-minute shoppers:

Perfectionists: This person is the one who might spend hours comparing items or make lists and spreadsheets of the options and comparative details. We live in a world of limitless possibilities, and only the right ring, blender, or gravity blanket will do. By setting such high expectations and comparison shopping, the experience really can become much more difficult than the execution. What this ultimately means is that your partner needs suggestions and guidance. They are making it much harder than they need to – not because they don’t care, but in fact, the opposite – because they want it to be just right. Think of this person as letting great be the enemy of good.

Oh! The Dread: The definition of dread is the anticipation of apprehension or fear. And the truth is, men enjoy the experience of shopping far less than women. Males tend to be pragmatic shoppers, defining success as getting exactly what they came for, efficiently. Inherently implying that they want an in, out, success situation.

Females on the other hand tend to visit more stores, spend more time comparing, and often come back later to get what they decided on. It’s not that these males dread being thoughtful or giving a gift, but the not knowing what to get, how long it will take, and all the hassles that go along with selecting just the right thing.

Procrastinators (AKA Optimists?): We all know that putting things off has different effects on different people. Some of us love the final push before a deadline; others get overwhelmed by the anxiety of pending deadlines. Procrastination often comes from a mistaken assumption that in the future someone will be in the right mindset to complete a task – overestimating the motivation they will have.

This can certainly be a product of dreading shopping, not wanting to deal with people in stores, or what is known as planning bias or planning fallacy. Think of it as the effect of underestimating how long an activity will take. Or overestimating how much you can accomplish when put to the test. And we know that holiday shopping can be a difficult test.

Scheduling: We live in the time of “busy.” Everyone is busy, like it’s a status symbol. But a lot of people really do find themselves slammed with end-of-year obligations, work, and to-do list items – which includes holiday shopping. And like many tasks that can take up a lot of time and energy, it’s easier to put those off to tackle the few emails in front of you or become paralyzed by the number of items to get done and complete none of them. People who do this most likely really care about the task (ie: gift) and the person receiving it, and thus the idea of taking it on becomes a matter of time management.

Love Languages Aren’t The Same: We’ve all heard of the 5 Love Languages written by Dr. Gary Chapman, and we all fall into a couple (or few) of the categories: Quality Time, Words of Affirmation, Physical Touch, Acts of Service, and Receiving Gifts. But according to the Good Men Project, even Dr. Chapman, concedes that “it may be true that more men have Physical Touch and Words of Affirmation as their love language and more women have Quality Time and Gifts.” Thus, gifts simply may not mean to men what they do to women – giving or receiving.

Adrenaline Rush: Procrastinators who thrive on deadlines will know this feeling well. “I work better under pressure” is a statement many people recognize in the workplace, but that mentality can also spill into other areas. In fact, according to research, procrastination can become an addiction due to the short-term rewards of putting off a task we don’t want to complete and the rush of adrenaline we get when we’re up against a doom-filled deadline.

While it can be fun for some to run around in the final hours before said deadline, one way to work past this is to set small backwards calendars. For example, think about how many days in advance something has to be purchased to arrive on time. Or what’s the last day it can be delivered to your office so no one at home sees the gift?

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When Is Black Friday 2019? Expected Sale Dates For Amazon, Best Buy, Target And Walmart

Black Friday 2019 is running one week later this year. The big day will begin on November 29, the day after Thanksgiving. But, despite this late start, many Black Friday deals will start running in early November (in fact, some great ones are even live now). So here is your definitive guide to Black Friday 2019 sales times for Amazon, Best Buy, Target And Walmart. Be prepared.

Pre-Black Friday Sales Are Starting Now 

As mentioned, the first Black Friday sales have already started and Best Buy currently has some of the best AirPods deals you’ll find this year. I still expect the majority of sales to start on 1 November (Amazon is famed for its month-long Black Friday shopping) but Best Buy has already tempted other major retailers to break ranks early. Walmart, for example, will start some solid deals tomorrow (bookmark my page to know when they go live) and I expect the damn will then burst.

Best Buy Black Friday 2019: Here Are The First Deals

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Despite all these pre-sales, most in-store sales are unlikely to start until Thanksgiving Day, though online Black Friday sales will begin as early as Monday, November 25. Here are my predictions for when the most popular retailers will start their sales.

Amazon – I expect Amazon to start its ‘Countdown to Black Friday’ sale on November 1. It will probably begin its ‘Black Friday Week’ event on Friday, November 22. Watch out for juicy Apple deals this year but otherwise, I recommend holding off until Thanksgiving Day or Black Friday for the best doorbusters.

Link: My full Amazon Black Friday Deals Preview 

Best Buy – If prior years are any indication, Best Buy will start its in-store sale at 5pm on Thanksgiving Day in 2019. Previously it has closed at around 1 am on Black Friday morning before reopening at 8 am. The pressure is now on to stay open all night, but I suspect Best Buy could use a similar format this year to create some separation between its Thanksgiving and Black Friday sales.

Link: My full Best Buy Black Friday Deals Preview 

Target – Target’s in-store Black Friday sale will begin on Thanksgiving Day at 6 pm this year. Online deals will be available all day on Thursday and Friday with some deals remaining live over the weekend. Target normally has an early-access event on the day it releases its ad scan, which should be around November 11/12.

Link: My full Target Black Friday Deals Preview 

Walmart – Sticking to tradition, I understand Walmart will start its in-store Black Friday sale on Thanksgiving Day at 6 pm. Despite pressure to go earlier, Walmart seems to be locked into this timeslot, but it will hold online Black Friday sales throughout Thanksgiving and Black Friday with most deals available across the entire weekend through to Cyber Monday.

Link: My full Walmart Black Friday Deals Preview 

I will be extensively tracking Black Friday and Cyber Monday 2019 deals and publishing the best offers daily, so be sure to bookmark my page.

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Who’s In Your Online Shopping Cart – Brian Krebs

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Crooks who hack online merchants to steal payment card data are constantly coming up with crafty ways to hide their malicious code on Web sites. In Internet ages past, this often meant obfuscating it as giant blobs of gibberish text that was obvious even to the untrained eye. These days, a compromised e-commerce site is more likely to be seeded with a tiny snippet of code that invokes a hostile domain which appears harmless or that is virtually indistinguishable from the hacked site’s own domain.Before going further, I should note that this post includes references to domains that are either compromised or actively stealing user data…………

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5 Black Friday Credit Card Strategies To Add To Your List – Kimberly Palmer

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Now that you can almost smell the turkey roasting in the oven, you might be in the mood to shop: NerdWallet’s 2018 Holiday Shopping Report found that the nation’s consumers plan to spend an average of $776 on gifts this year, which is $116 more than they said they planned to spend last year. They’ll also be buying more of those gifts with credit cards — almost three-quarters of shoppers surveyed said they plan to buy presents with a credit card, while just 58% of shoppers said that last year. They estimate it will take them just over three months to pay off those purchases. Meanwhile, more than 1 in 4 people who purchased gifts with credit cards last year are still paying off those balances today………..

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6 Ways Tech Has Reinvented Holiday Shopping – Mark Stone

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This year shoppers will go about their business in a retail environment where online commerce has taken a bigger piece of the holiday sales pie. Customers are clearly appreciating the frictionless shopping experience that online platforms and payment providers can offer. It also doesn’t hurt that 59 percent of people, according to a PayPal study, would rather do almost anything than deal with holiday shopping crowds. That includes shoveling snow for a quarter of that group……..

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