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Refund Policy

Our Policy for Refunds, Returns, Guarantees, and Warranties

Terms and Conditions for Site and Product Use

By visiting this site, purchasing or using products offered by Day Trade To Win, you agree to the following Terms and Conditions. All sales are considered final due to the nature of software licenses, digital downloads, live instruction and proprietary methods taught. No refunds. Day Trade To Win has the right to refuse any customer for any reason. All instruction, signals and advice supplied by Day Trade To Win representatives or software is to be used at your own risk. Day trading is inherently risky, as it involves unlimited profit and loss. Day Trade To Win cannot be held accountable for any loss or other financial damages. Course material may not be resold, duplicated, copied or shared in any way (digitally or physically). Such sharing is subject to criminal penalties and terminates all licenses you hold with Day Trade To Win. Agreeing to these Terms and Conditions also concedes agreement to the U.S. Government Required Disclaimer and CFTC Rule 4.41 listed at the bottom of this page.

If you are experiencing difficulty with one of our day trading solutions, there is a chance that you're not implementing the method correctly. Please contact us at [email protected] so we may assist you.

Refunds are NOT offered for any products, including:

• Atlas Line®

• Mentorship Program

• ATO 2 (At the Open 2)

• Trade Scalper

• Power Price Action

Special Internet Disclaimer

We face competitors who buy our courses to duplicate our methodology and copy our written material. Often times, these competitors return their purchases. To protect our business, we have implemented the above policy. We work closely with our customers to assist them to the best of our ability with customer support via email, telephone and remote assistance, if necessary. We truly value your business and trust.

Last revised: April, 2013