Please read this agreement carefully, as it contains important information regarding your legal rights and remedies.
The English version of legal agreements and policies is considered as the only current and valid version of this document. Any translated version is provided for your convenience only, to facilitate reading and understanding of the English version. Any translated versions are not legally binding and cannot replace the English versions. In the event of disagreement or conflict, the English language legal agreements and policies shall prevail.
Last Revised: 2023-05-29 07:41:19
Products purchased from Hostinger may be refunded only if canceled within 30 days of the date of the transaction.
Note: Due to their nature, cryptocurrencies, tokens and digital assets are generally irreversible and their exchange rates are highly volatile and transitory. We can not be responsible for any risk including but not limited to exchange rate risk and market risk. Products purchased using cryptocurrencies, tokens or digital assets will not be refunded.
Any products or services that were suspended, canceled, or terminated due to the abusive usage of the products, services, or any other violation of the Terms and Conditions are not eligible for a refund.
The purpose of the refund is for customers to try and understand whether the services provided by Hostinger suit their needs. In any way, Hostinger will not tolerate abusive usage of refunds (i.e., refunding the same services multiple times and (or) repetitively purchasing and asking for a refund for services purchased in bulk, etc.). Hostinger remains a right to unilaterally decline the request for a refund if any of the signs related to the abusage of the refunds occur.
New Domain Name Registrations: Refundable if canceled and processed within four days of registration (96 hours), except .br (including .com.br and .net.br) domain.
.br (including .com.br and .net.br) domain registration is refundable if canceled and processed within seven days of registration.
Domain Name Transfers: Refundable only if the transfer is unsuccessful and (a) within four days of registration (96 hours) or (b) in case of .br (including .com.br and .net.br) domain, within seven days of registration
The following ccTLD registries DO NOT permit refunds upon cancellation:
REFUNDS FOR SPECIAL DEALS
From time to time, HOSTINGER offers special deals such as a free domain when buying 12/24/48 months hosting plan. Keeping in mind that there are different conditions for domain refunds (as described in this Refund Policy), Hostinger remains the right to refund you a difference between your paid amount and the domain you received for free price. In such a case, you can keep using a domain name for the remaining billing period term.
PAYMENT METHODS WITH SPECIAL REFUND TERMS:
Please note that all payment processors have different policies and requirements for refunds and there are some payment methods that are not eligible for a refund under any circumstance.
Please be informed that products purchased using these payment methods can not be refunded to the original payment source:
However, we can offer refunds to your Hostinger Balance and/or to PayPal in case when you provide a valid PayPal account that belongs to you.
The following payment method supports full refunds only:
Over-funded balance can be refunded within 30 days of the payment that resulted in the over-funding. In special cases, other payments can be refunded instead of the original payment if the 30-day time-frame can be applied to those payments.
If at any time, we record a decline, chargeback, reversal, payment dispute, risk of payment fraud or other rejection of a charge of any payable fees on your Hostinger account (“Chargeback”), this will be considered as a breach of your payment obligations hereunder, therefore you agree that Hostinger may pursue all available lawful remedies in order to obtain payment, including but not limited to, immediate termination, without notice to you, of your Hostinger account and any domain names or Hostinger services registered or renewed on your behalf (“Services”). In addition, this will also result in disabling the option to checkout with a credit card for your Hostinger account to limit the risk of payment fraud.
In the event a Chargeback is performed, your Hostinger account may be blocked without the option to re-purchase or re-use it, and any data contained in such a Hostinger account, including any certain content, features, or capacity of your Hostinger account may be subject to cancellation and loss of data.
Your use of the Hostinger Services and the ability to checkout using credit card will not resume until you:
verify the payment method used for the disputed transaction, either by providing:
proof of the payment; or
a simple censored photo of the credit card, with uncovered first 6 (six) and last 4 (four) digits.
pay any applicable fees in full, including any fees and expenses incurred by Hostinger and/or any third party services for each Chargeback received (including fees for Hostinger Services provided prior to the Chargeback, handling and processing charges and fees incurred by the payment processor).
Cases related to criminal fraud chargebacks or obvious payment fraud (i.e. cases where compromised credit card details were used to make purchases) will result in permanent service termination without any option to recover.
If you have any questions or concerns regarding a payment made to Hostinger, we encourage you to first contact our Customer Support team before filing a Chargeback or reversal of payment, in order to prevent the Hostinger Services from being canceled and your Hostinger account being blocked, and to avoid the filing of an unwarranted or erroneous Chargeback, which may result in your being liable for its applicable fees, in addition to re-payment of all the fees applicable to the Hostinger Services purchased (and charged-back) by you.
We reserve our right to dispute any Chargeback received, including by providing the relevant credit card company or financial institution with any information and documentation proving that the User responsible for such Chargeback did in fact authorize the transaction and make use of the Services rendered thereafter.