Shopping With Conflict Diamonds

Conflict Diamonds Policy

Conflict diamonds are a problem for any modern business.

The number of customers who select “Conflict Diamonds” as their method of payment is increasing every month.  At Dubious Merit Games we’ve developed an award-winning policy to clarify our procedures with regard to conflict diamonds, summarized in these FAQs:

Q:  “What happens when I ship my conflict diamonds to Dubious Merit Games?”

A:  We keep them.

Q:  “Great!  So you’ll send me their full market value in games?”

A:  No.

Q:  “Fair enough.  How about 40% of the market value?”

A:  No.  We actually send you nothing.

Q:  “What do you mean, nothing?  I don’t get anything for my conflict diamonds?”

A:  That’s right!  When you send us your conflict diamonds, think of it as similar to throwing them off a cliff.

Q:  “Huh, I’m having second thoughts.  Is there anything, other than money, I can send you to get a game?”

A:  Yes.  We accept, at our discretion:  Painstakingly crafted fan art, antique phone pole insulator caps in excellent condition, imaginative videos of Dubious Merit game play, and vintage guitars.

Q:  “Anything else I should know?”

A:  Along with your email or package be sure to include a detailed description of the game you want, and you’re all set.  Allow 157,680,000 seconds for delivery.

 

This concludes our Policy on Conflict Diamonds.  Thank you for taking the time to read it.  We hope this clears up any misunderstandings.

 

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