Terms of Services Agreement

954store.com LLC

Order Cancelation, Returns and Chargeback Policies

Updated January 5, 2024

     We offer to replace any item/product that is defective when designed, printed, or manufactured and the claim must be submitted within 5 days from the delivered date of the delivery agency notification of "delivered at the address on the package" We receive captured images and details of the delivered product/s to the customer from all agency such as; UPS, USPS, FedEx and additional delivery processing agencies to easily track and maintain shipping integrity. We do not accept returns of any food or related perishable products thereof. By purchasing from the 954store.com LLC website you agree to the terms and conditions listed below.

Restock Fee

 A $15.00 restock fee for each order cancelation will be deducted from your purchased amount before your refund is issued.


We file all customer chargebacks with local, state, and federal agencies to investigate. We provide the above agencies with all the customer's purchased information such as credit card information, photos of delivered products/items date/time stamps to include additional information that may be requested by the agencies mentioned above.

For additonal legal information please contact: 954store.com LLC legal team: legal@954storellc.com

Federal Charges: Chargeback - Wire Fraud and Credit Card Fraud

When a client signs a credit card receipt for legal services and a contract detailing the terms and fees, they have entered into a legally binding agreement. Attempting to initiate a credit card chargeback in this situation can be considered an act of attempted theft under Pennsylvania law. Attempted theft is covered under 18 Pa.C.S. § 3921, which states that a person is guilty of theft if they unlawfully take or withhold property from another person with the intent to deprive the owner of it. Not ultimately being successful would not make it not be a crime as the intent still remains it merely makes it an Attempted Theft.

  1. Wire Fraud (18 U.S.C. § 1343): Wire fraud occurs when a person uses electronic communications (such as phone calls, emails, or faxes) to defraud another person of money or property. In the case of a credit card chargeback, using electronic means to dispute the transaction with the credit card issuer could potentially be considered wire fraud if the intent is to defraud the attorney or law firm out of the agreed-upon payment.
  2. Credit Card Fraud (18 U.S.C. § 1029): Credit card fraud involves the unauthorized use of a credit card or credit card information to obtain goods, services, or funds. Initiating a chargeback for legal services after signing a contract and a credit card receipt may be considered an unauthorized use of the credit card, leading to credit card fraud charges.

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