HOW DO PARTIAL REFUNDS WORK WITH QUADPAY?

When a partial refund is issued in cases such as one item is out of stock out of several items, QuadPay will reduce the last installment amount by the amount that was refunded. If the refund amount is greater than the last installment amount, QuadPay will deduct the partial refund from your last and second to last installment - and so on.

Example: You make a $100 purchase. Each installment payment is $25 each. You pay the first initial installment of $25 at checkout. Later, Fashion Nova refunds $50 on your purchase. The value is applied to the last of their installments, and then to the next-to-last installment - and so on - until the entire refund amount has been applied. Below is a break down of what the refund(s) would look like.

  • $25 - PAID.
  • $25 - The second installment remains and is still due on the original due date.
  • $25 - REFUNDED.
  • $25 - REFUNDED.

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