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If you’ve heard about Footlogics extensive range of orthotic insoles and you are planning on purchasing a pair online, make sure you are using a reputable supplier. Buying goods online is highly convenient, but if you order from the wrong company in Australia, you may be disappointed with the service or worst-case scenario, the orthotic insoles may never arrive. Consider these safety tips when purchasing orthotic insoles online.
Do Some Research > If you plan on buying orthotic insoles online, you should do some research on the company you are buying from before you decide to give them your money. There are numerous shops online that claim to sell high-quality Footlogics, most are legitimate, but there are always a few, like in any industry that are fraudulent.
Spotting a fake supplier can be tricky, they make their website look great and nothing seems out of the ordinary. That is why it’s important to do some background checks to see what comes up. For example, if you are looking for Footlogics to help with heel spur treatment and you’ve found what looks like a legitimate seller online, put their name in a search engine and look for feedback from previous customers.
You’ll quickly find negative comments and feedback from previous buyers if the supplier isn’t legitimate or provided a substandard service. If you know someone who has bought orthotic insoles online in Australia, ask them what supplier they sourced the product from.
Personal Contact > If you are a bit hesitant about ordering online, but you’d still like to get your hands-on good quality Footlogics, you should look for companies who allow you to order over the phone. A reputable seller will allow you to order by calling their business number, while a fake supplier won’t have a contact number because they won’t have an office.
If you speak to a company representative over the phone, you can check to see if they are an authorised distributor. Sometimes they’ll have information on their website, so you can check if they are recognised by other manufacturers.
Returns Policy > An established Footlogics supplier will have a money back guarantee on all their products purchased either online or over the phone. When reading through a seller’s website, scan the page to see if they have a returns policy. If you can’t seem to find one, you should be very suspicious about the company supplying the orthotic insoles.
If you know what their policy is, it will help you to deal with a situation if something isn’t delivered or the product is damaged. If they’ve nothing on their website, it makes it difficult to resolve the situation.
Using Secure Websites > Keying in your personal details online can be dangerous, but you can look for certain things to ensure the orthotic supplier you are using has a secure website.
- Website Address > The company should have a website that starts with https://. Look up at the top of your screen and see what it says in their address bar. The S stands for secure.
- Padlock Symbol > You should check for this symbol beside the website address, if it isn’t present, don’t use their site.
- Valid Certification > Scroll your mouse pointer up to the padlock and click the symbol. It will tell you if the certificate is valid or not.
Only a very small number of online sellers are fake suppliers, so shouldn’t worry too much about buying goods online. If you want good quality Footlogics, do some background checks on the supplier and see what other clients say about the company. You’ll quickly find out if they provide a high level of service or whether they aren’t to be trusted. Ordering goods online is a great way to shop, but you should remain attentive and follow the points mentioned above.