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What Payment options are available?
For all transactions we use PayPal and all payments are charged in Euro. PayPal accepts standard credit cards such as (Visa, Mastercard, American Express...) All purchases are final and the product cannot be returned or refunded. We will resupply any files free of charge if the download has expired.

What kind of formats?
All fonts are in OpenType format and work on both Mac and PC and webfonts are delivered in WOFF, WOFF2 formats no other formats are available.

Who needs to buy the license?
For every font purchase you are right to use it for print, web, mobile apps and broadcasting. Our ‘License’ permits an installation of our font(s) on five computers. Webfonts work as a one time payment (no monthly or annual subscription fees). This license allows the installation of our font(s) on web servers using @font-face in CSS. Some fonts have exclusive rights and need special licenses. For any questions about licensing for your project e-mail us directly.


Do you offer trial versions of your fonts?
For most of our font-families. Trial fonts are limited to the glyphs A to z and does not contain: accents, kerning and OpenType features at all. The font can be used for testing purposes only. If you want to use the font in any way, except testing you have to buy a full version.


How is it working when you update a typeface?
All the updates are free. For important updates you will get an email notification. You will simply need to go to your client account and download the font files again.


Can I have a discount?
We make no additional discounts on our products and consider our pricing and licensing system as fair enough.


How is it working when you update a typeface?
All the updates are free. For important updates you will get an email notification. You will simply need to go to your client account and download the font files again.


I need a glyph to be included in the font?
Yes, contact us with your request: abc@mediumextrabold.com.


Do your fonts support multiple languages?
We currently cover most of the languages using the Latin alphabet, and plan to support Cyrillic in the future.