Packages shipped via USPS may not receive any tracking updates while in the US, and international USPS shipments will often show no tracking information at all once they leave the US. Because of this, international buyers accept all responsibility for shipments sent through the USPS. Please see the shipping and return policy for additional information regarding delivery times and liability for various shipping methods. By accepting these conditions, you also agree to the shipping and return policy.
As a protection against credit card fraud, Ready Made RC, LLC reserves the right to hold or cancel orders that are suspicious or where the buyer cannot verify the payment information. The easiest way to be sure your order will ship without interruption is to use PayPal and ship to a verified address. Orders where the billing and shipping address are not the same may be held to verify payment information.
Ready Made RC, LLC will not be held responsible for misprints or errors on the Ready Made RC web page or product listings.
It is the responsibility of the buyer to determine the legality of the use of item purchased from this site in their particular locations. Ready Made RC, LLC and its ownership take no responsibility for damage incurred due to equipment failure or any use of the equipment, or any legal requirements for operating or receiving these items. Ready Made RC, LLC is not responsible for any items seized by customs.
Buyer agrees that any items shipped to US addresses are to be used by the purchaser only and are not being purchased to be resold without specific approval from Ready Made RC, LLC. Ready Made RC, LLC will not be liable and will not take any legal responsibility for any equipment that is sold to another party after being shipped to the original purchaser. The buyer agrees that they will adhere to all laws and regulations, and that they will not use the equipment in a way that endangers the buyer or other individuals.
Nearly all FPV transmitting equipment requires an amateur radio license in the US and other countries. For those in the US, go to www.arrl.org for information regarding testing to get a Technician's Class Amateur license.