Deposits and Final Payment:
Unless other arrangements are made, the following “generally” outlines our general payment policy.
Crooked Star Bulldogges requires a small ($300-$1,000) non-refundable deposit fee to hold any puppy or dog for any reason.
Understanding the buyer’s reluctance to send money to a complete stranger, Chris and I attempt to make the process as reassuring as possible by providing a fully transparent and documented transaction.
We will only accept deposits via PayPal. By using PayPal, both parties have consumer protection by both PayPal and the card issuer.
Once we finalize the price, CSB will send the Buyer a Paypal invoice containing “Terms and Condition.” By paying the invoice, the Buyer agrees to the terms.
Along with the invoice, CSB provides the Buyer with a sample contract and picture of the puppy for which the deposit applies.
Non-Refundable Deposit Fee:
If for any reason the Buyer changes their mind and no longer wants the puppy, the BUYER will forfeit all fees paids. Under limited conditions, CSB may offer part of the fees paid towards a future puppy.
From time-to-time, CSB may also require the BUYER to may periodic payments to continue to hold the puppy.
- Once the deposit is made, the puppy will be removed from the market until such time the final payment is made. See FINAL PAYMENT for further information.
- Final payment is due 10 days before the puppy is shipped or the day they are picked up. No personal checks accepted unless previously discussed. Deposits are non-refundable unless set forth in this agreement.
IF APPLICABLE, ALL FINAL PAYMENTS ARE DUE BEFORE THE PUPPY IS 8 WEEKS OLD. An additional fee of $100 per week, including any additional DVM charges, will be added to the purchase price and must be paid before the puppy is released.IF FINAL PAYMENT IS NOT MADE BY THE END OF WEEK 10, THE PUPPY WILL RETURN TO THE MARKET, AND NO REFUND WILL BE ISSUED.
- Final payments made through PayPal are NON-REFUNDABLE, with no exceptions. Buyer agrees to work with the breeder to come to a resolution; if an agreement cannot be made, the buyer must abide by part 10 of the contract.