None of this information will identify individuals. We have taken all reasonable care to protect your data and our system. Of course, if someone were to break into our password protected system and steal or corrupt data, that is a criminal act, and they would be liable for their actions and not us. Should you require any further information about this or any other of our policies, please do not hesitate to contact us - click here for our full contact details. Exchange Supplies returns policy By placing an order online, you are committing to buy the products you have selected. If we supply you with incorrect (or faulty) goods please get in touch straight away so we can correct our mistake and supply the correct product(s). Your assistance in returning the goods sent in error will be required, and we will, of course, cover the agreed associated shipping costs.
We will normally arrange collection, or ask you to post the goods back by recorded delivery. If you choose to return goods using any other method, we reserve the right to only refund what it would have cost us to arrange collection by our courier. If after delivery you want to cancel the order, please contact us so we can discuss the practical arrangements for returning the goods. We are an ethical business, and strive to offer the highest levels of customer service, but we have to reserve the right, at our discretion, to: charge a restocking fee not refund outbound carriage costs (based on the actual cost to us) make you pay for return of the goods in a saleable condition. Exchange Supplies terms & conditions for customers, and use of our website and its contents. Customers The price payable for the goods is that as set out at the time you place your order and should coincide with those prices listed within the website. VAT, where applicable, is included in all prices displayed online. We reserve the right to adjust these prices without warning or prior notice. Errors and Omissions are unlikely because the webshop is integrated with our accounts system, but we have to stipulate that they are excepted (E&OE). Some customers are exempt from VAT, the prices given in a web order may still show VAT, however, this will be deducted prior to dispatch. We strongly recommend that you use a delivery address that is generally occupied during normal working hours (Monday to Friday, 09.00 to 17.30). If we have to organise redirection of your goods once dispatched, or pay for the goods to be returned to us, we reserve the right to pass on any additional costs to you. We will not be liable for any return postage costs unless the goods are dispatched faulty or the incorrect items are sent to you. If you are unhappy with any goods we supply, please call us on 01305 262244 and we will endeavour to resolve your complaint quickly. Your order will not be dispatched until we have received clearance from your credit card company. If all or any of your order is not ready for dispatch we will not take any money from you until the goods are ready to go. Please also see our returns, privacy and delivery policies. The website Whilst we do our best to ensure the accuracy of information supplied on the website, we do not warrant that the information contained is accurate, up to date or complete. Information may be subject to change without notice. Any information given, whether verbal or in writing, is for guidance only. This does not affect your statutory rights under English Law. All the information and images on this site are protected by copyright and commercial organisations may not use any image or text without permission. Unauthorised use may result in charges being applied, and court action. The harm reduction information that follows is offered as a public health service. Its purpose is not to encourage or condone the use or possession of illegal drugs.
It is to help people make safer choices in their use of drugs that will reduce their chance of overdosing and them getting Hepatitis B & C and HIV. Crack is one of the most commonly used drugs in North Carolina. According to the DEA, there are around 171,000 Crack Users in North Carolina. Crack is the street name for a crystallized form of cocaine made into small lumps or rocks.
Cocaine hydrochloride is processed with ammonia or sodium bicarbonate (baking soda) and water and heated to remove the hydrochloride, thus producing a free base form of cocaine that can be smoked.