United States Export Restrictions

A branch of the U.S. Department of Commerce known as the Bureau of Industry and Security regulates exports through the Export Administration Regulations. These regulations spell out the export restrictions on a wide variety of goods, software, and technologies.

We are unable to provide any product or service to the following countries, because the United States Government asks that we do not conduct business with these nations:

► Cuba
► Iran
► Iraq
► Libya
► Myanmar
► North Korea
► Sudan
► Syria
► Zimbabwe

In addition, we are currently unable to process transactions originating from the following countries for anti terrorism reasons:

► Afghanistan
► Belarus
► Burundi
► China (Including Hong Kong)
► Congo
► Cyprus
► Ghana
► Haiti
► India
► Indonesia
► Ivory Coast
► Liberia
► Macedonia
► Malaysia
► Nigeria
► Pakistan
► Palestinian Territory (Not a UN Listed Country)
► Russia
► Rwanda
► Sierra Leone
► Singapore
► Somalia
► Tanzania
► Uganda
► Venezuela
► Vietnam
► Yemen

If your credit card is from one of these countries, or if you reside in any of these countries, you will not be able to view or complete a purchase from our web site.