The data collected from this site is stored exclusively in our databases. We do not share this information with anybody. During the ordering process you will be asked for contact details, which are for our use, if we need to contact you. These details will not be released to third parties. This data may be used to send you details of special offers we have, or to notify you that our lists of records and CD's have been updated.
Items that have a manufacturing fault will be replaced. Items that are damaged in transit are the responsibility of the client/transit company. If you have a problem with a purchase from Flamingo Records, please email Erwin at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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Orders are placed according to the following method:
1. The order is compiled by performing searches, and selecting records and CD's from those results.
2. The order is placed, by viewing the cart, making any necessary changes, and clicking place order.
3. At this stage it is possible to print out a copy of the order, for the customers personal records.
4. The order is then sent to Erwin, at which stage, he will compile the prices for the order, and then send the order back to the customer for confirmation.
5. After Erwin receives confirmation of the price, he will then send the order, to the specified delivery address.