Privacy Policy

Privacy Policy Statement:
Your privacy is important to us, for that reason we do not sell information gathered about our customers to ANYONE.

Secure Transactions: All online orders are processed using a secure server, which encrypts all submitted information.

Suitability: We cannot guarantee compatibility or suitability of products sold for your particular situation. Every effort is made by us to recommend those products best suited for your described needs. Sometimes however, this is difficult to accomplish over the phone or internet, for that reason the customer is responsible to fully research compatibility and suitability prior to purchase. Warranty: All merchandise sold by J & D Power Equipment is warranted by the manufacturer NOT by J & D Power Equipment

In the event of any controversy or claim arising out of or relating to this Order or the Terms and Conditions, or a breach thereof, the parties shall resolve the matter through binding arbitration in accordance with the Rules for Compulsory Arbitration set forth in the New Hampshire Rules of Civil Procedure. The parties shall attempt to agree on a single arbitrator to hear the dispute and in the event they are unable to so agree, each party shall select their own arbitrator and the two arbitrators so selected shall select a third arbitrator and all three arbitrators shall hear and decide the matter. Each party shall be responsible for the costs of their selected arbitrator and shall jointly share the costs of the third arbitrator. In the event a single arbitrator is agreed upon, the parties shall jointly share the cost of the arbitrator. The arbitrator(s) shall have the authority to award the prevailing party in the arbitration the costs incurred for the arbitrator(s) as well as reasonable attorney fees and costs. The selected arbitrator(s) shall be licensed attorneys with at least Ten years of experience in commercial litigation matters. The laws of the State of New Hampshire shall apply in any arbitration proceeding, without regard to principals of conflict of laws. Any party may enforce any award rendered pursuant to this arbitration provision by bringing suit in Superior Court or such federal court having jurisdiction over matters the State of New Hampshire. In the event of any controversy or claim or breach that is the subject of this arbitration provision, the complaining party shall notify the other party in writing of such controversy, claim or breach and the arbitration shall take place not later than 150 days after such notice. The parties shall agree on a single arbitrator no later than 20 days after such notice and if they are unable to agree shall select their respective arbitrators within 10 days thereafter.