What is Buyer Protection?

Buyer Protection is a set of guarantees provided by HipHopBoutiques.com.com that enables buyers to shop with confidence on our website.

You are protected when:

The item you ordered did not arrive within the time promised by the seller.
The item you received was not as described.
The item you received that was assured to be genuine was fake.
Who is eligible for Buyer Protection?

Only buyers who have purchased items on HipHopBoutiques.com.com are eligible for Buyer Protection.
Any payment made directly to a seller outside HipHopBoutiques.com.com is not protected by us. If a seller does ask you to make a direct payment to they (e.g. via PayPal or Bank Transfer), report them to us immediately.

Current accepted payments on HipHopBoutiques.com.com include:

Western Union
Bank transfer
You can also pay with select debit cards including:

When am I protected by HipHopBoutiques.com Buyer Protection?

When the item you ordered did not arrive within the time promised by the seller.
When the item you received was not as described.

The following cases are not covered by Buyer Protection:

Fraudulent charges to a credit card. If you notice any charge to your account that you did not authorize, report it to your credit card company.
Orders or payments made outside of HipHopBoutiques.com.com.
Claims that an item was not delivered when the shipping company’s records show that it was
Claims that an item is not as described when the seller can prove that it is.
Items that were delivered and are as described but the buyer no longer wants. However, if the seller offered the “Extra Returns” guarantee, you will still be protected.

I am not satisfied with the product. What can I do?

If you are not satisfied with the product you received, you can open a dispute before the order is closed. you may follow the below steps to Open Dispute:

1. Sign in to the “My Orders” section of your HipHopBoutiques.com account
2. Locate the relevant order
3. Click the Open Dispute button
4. Submit your refund request
Please be advised to open a dispute before the deadline.