Conditions of Use

There are three ways to shop with CompuCheap. You can create an account so that when you return your shipping information is automatically entered when you log in. Or, you may select the Checkout Without Account option during checkout and buy without creating an account. And finally, we offer the option of PayPal Express Checkout.


CompuCheap accepts Visa/Mastercard/Amex/Discover through PayPal. Even if you don't have a PayPal account, you may still pay directly with your credit card. Note: During checkout our eMail address will appear as, and the charge on your statement will appear as RESCO. In addition, we also accept money orders, cashier's checks, and personal or business checks. If paying by mail, payment must be received within seven (7) days of order. Mail payment may delay item shipment while waiting for bank clearance.

NOTE: Credit card orders must be shipped to the billing address associated with the card, and for PayPal orders your shipping address must be confirmed.


CompuCheap offers a variety of shipping options to choose from, including the various Post Office services as well as UPS Ground. We charge actual postage, plus a dollar to help defray packing material expense. All orders are packed carefully, and shipped quickly.

Note: We do not ship outside of the USA.


New components are warranted against defects for one year from date of purchase. Unless otherwise noted, used components are warranted against defects for 30 days from date of purchase.


We take privacy very seriously, and our policy is very simple. Your data is encrypted and carefully protected by SSL, (Secure Socket Layer). In addition, we do NOT store your credit card information on our server.

And, barring a court order, your information is never released by us to anyone except as necessary to process your order. That means no other online businesses, no marketing companies, no spammers, nobody. Ever.

Sales Tax

Washington State residents will be charged 9.5% sales tax on purchases. We don't like it any more than you do but, hey, it's the law.