Gift Certificates are redeemable for purchases at Equistarr PC Tablet World or www.equistarr.com. Gift Certificates are not refundable (whether for cash or otherwise), except to the extent required by applicable Delaware law. Gift Certificates cannot be used to purchase other Gift Certificates, and cannot be reloaded, resold, or transferred for value. For combinations with other offers, restrictions may apply. Gift Certificates do not expire and are not subject to any transaction fees. However, under Delaware’s escheatment law, “abandoned property” includes gift cards that have expired or been dormant for 5 years. The law requires the “holder of abandoned property” to report to the state when funds become abandoned and then to deliver them to the state.
Title to the Gift Certificates and the risk of loss, destruction or deterioration pass to the purchaser upon purchase. Delaware Internet Exchange, Inc. T/A Equistarr PC Tablet World is not responsible for any Gift Certificates that are lost, stolen, destroyed or used without your permission. IN THE EVENT A GIFT CERTIFICATE IS NON-FUNCTIONAL, YOUR SOLE REMEDY, AND OUR SOLE LIABILITY, WILL BE THE REPLACEMENT OF SUCH GIFT CERTIFICATE.
Gift Certificates may not be used in connection with any marketing, advertising or other promotional activities without Delaware Internet Exchange, Inc. T/A Equistarr PC Tablet World prior written approval. Use of Equistarr PC Tablet World's and or Delaware Internet Exchange, Inc.'s name, logo, trade dress or trademarks in connection with the purchase or use of the Gift Certificates is strictly prohibited. Furthermore, the use of Gift Certificates in any manner that states or implies that any person, website, business, product or service is endorsed or sponsored by, or otherwise affiliated with, Delaware Internet Exchange, Inc. T/A Equistarr PC Tablet World is prohibited without our prior written approval. The Delaware Internet Exchange, Inc. T/A Equistarr PC Tablet World Terms & Conditions Policy apply.
Gift Certificates are issued by Delaware Internet Exchange, Inc T/A Equistarr PC Tablet World, a Delaware based company. When you purchase, receive or redeem a Gift Certificate, you agree that the laws of the State of Delaware, without regard to principles of conflict of laws, will govern these Gift Certificate terms.
Delaware Abandoned or Unclaimed Property Audit Guidelines
Section 1155 of Title 12, Delaware Code provides the State Escheator with the authority to examine the records of any person or business association or organization to determine whether the person has complied with any provision of the Abandoned or
Unclaimed Property Law of Delaware.
AN ACT TO AMEND TITLE 12 OF THE DELAWARE CODE RELATED TO ESCHEAT OF UNREDEEMED GIFT CERTIFICATES.
BE IT ENACTED BY THE GENERAL ASSEMBLY OF THE STATE OF DELAWARE :
Section 1. Amend § 1199(g), Title 12 of the Delaware Code, adding at the end of said subsection after the symbol and figure “$5,000” and before the period “.” the following phrase: “or for gift certificates having a face value of $5.00 or under issued by a holder whose business is described in § 2906 of Title 30 whether or not such firm conducts business in this state”.
Section 2. Amend § 1198(10), Title 12 of the Delaware Code, by adding after the phrase ‘whatsoever kind of character.’ and before the last sentence of said subsection that following sentence:
“For purposes of this subsection, the phrase ‘amounts received in consideration for gift certificates’ shall not include amounts received in consideration for gift certificates having a face value of $5.00 or less and which are issued by a holder whose business is described in § 2906 of Title 30 whether or not such holder conducts such business within this State.”
Section 3. This Act shall be effective for gift certificates issued on or after January 1, 1994.
Section 123 of House Bill 400 from the 140th General Assembly of the State of Delaware originally granted the Director of Revenue the authority, approved annually, to enter into an agreement with organizations to identify abandoned property to be escheated to the State by means of audit or otherwise.
Use of the Gift Certificate constitutes acceptance of these terms and conditions.