General Policies

Copyright, Licensing, and Usage

All content on this site, such as text, graphics, logos, button icons, images, audio clips, digital downloads, data compilations, and software, is the exclusive property of Who’s There, Inc., and is protected by United States and international copyright laws.

To license Who’s There products or use Who’s There content in any form, please contact us at sales@knockknockstuff.com or (800) 656-5662 with the details of your request.

Product Pricing

Retail prices on knockknockstuff.com may be different than those at stores. Pricing may also differ from quotes in publicity and other sources. Prices are subject to change without notice. Shipping costs and associated fees are the responsibility of the customer and are in addition to advertised prices.

Availability

All products are subject to availability and prior sale. Occasionally inventory discrepancies may incorrectly display items as available on our website. If this occurs, your order will be held and you will be notified of the error before your order is processed. If we cannot reach you by email or phone, your order will automatically be shipped without the available item.

Color Representation

Knock Knock has made every effort to ensure that our website images represent actual product colors. With variations in monitors and other computer components, however, we cannot guarantee that the colors you see are accurate.

Security Policy

At Knock Knock, protecting your information is a top priority. The use of Secure Sockets Layer (SSL) technology guarantees that shopping on knockknockstuff.com is secure. When you enter your credit card number, SSL encrypts all personal information, including your card number and your name and address.

To insure that any connection is secure, look at the lower right-hand or left-hand corner of your browser window after accessing a server. Depending on your browser, you will see an unbroken key or a closed lock to indicate that the SSL is active and your information secure. You can also look at the URL line of your browser: when accessing a secure server, the first characters of the site address will change from “http” to “https.”