About Keynetics Inc.

Keynetics is a firm based in Boise, Idaho (USA) and has been in business since 1998; nearly at the start of the advent of the internet’s popularity. They have processed many orders for a wide variety of products since the time of their inception. Consider perusing their website and get familiar with this U.S. firm: Keynetics’ Website.

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Keynetics, Inc., through its subsidiaries, operates as an Internet retailer. It offers downloadable e-books, software, and digitally delivered products. The company also develops fraud screening technologies for payment protection of Websites. Keynetics, Inc. was founded in 1998 and is based in Boise, Idaho. Keynetics, Inc. is a former subsidiary of Telecheck Services, Inc.

ClickBank is the publishing online retailer which is a subsidiary of Keynetics Incorporated. ClickBank is the publisher of many of the various books talked about on Candida Hub (such as Sarah Summer’s and Linda Allen’s yeast infection books). ClickBank processes orders securly and you can use your PayPal account to buy their products with ease if you choose to. There are about 10,000 authors of books and digital products that use ClickBank as a venue for their products. Sales at the time of this writing have exceeded $3 billion dollars. This retailer conducts business in more than 200 different countries. A sale is transacted by this firm about every 3 seconds; additionally, ClickBank is one of the most visited sites on the internet.

PayPal Purchase Protection

As ClickBank gives you the option of using your PayPal account to buy items, you can have even more peace about doing business with them by using PayPal to make your buy. According to PayPal’s policy on purchase protection, they state (link to PayPal's purchase protection section):

Purchase Protection covers all eligible purchases where PayPal is used, as well as payments made through our website. To take advantage of Purchase Protection, we require, among other things, that PayPal accounts be kept in good standing and ask that a dispute be filed within 180 days of your purchase or payment.

[farther down on PayPal’s page is the following explanation:]

3. Your order arrives, but it's significantly different than it was described.

There are a variety of scenarios that meet this condition, for instance:

  • You received a completely different item.
  • Example: You purchased a book, but received a DVD.
  • The item is missing parts or features, and this was not disclosed.
  • Example: The listing said batteries included, but they weren't.
  • You purchased a specific quantity of an item, but received the wrong amount.
  • Example: You purchased five pairs of fuzzy dice and only received four.
  • The item was damaged en route to its destination.
  • Example: You bought a beautiful antique lamp, and it arrived in pieces.
  • You received a counterfeit version of the item.
  • Example: You purchased a Rolex, but received a Faux-Lex.

So clearly, when the author of the book, on their website, makes a sizeable claim that your yeast infection or bacterial vaginosis will be healed in a certain amount of time, and it doesn't happen; then, you should be covered by PayPal--in addition to the refund promise the ClickBank author made you. So, for those wishing a little more peace, ClickBank wisely takes PayPal!

ClickBank’s Customer Support

ClickBank has excellent customer support. If you can’t go through emails sent to you by this company to acquire a refund, you can always visit their website: You should see a link to customer support for various help with any order you placed. The customer support section on allows you to easily use live chat, make a phone call (toll free of course), or look up your order using their simple system. I have made a few calls to this company in the past and their service is excellent. There should be no problems getting your order correct.

Feel free to visit their website to learn more about this immense digital publisher here:!