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Trying to Return Your WiFiBlast Range Extender?

October 20th, 2020
By Marcus Carstens

Unfortunately, you’re in the wrong place, but you’re not alone!

We’ve seen an influx of requests for return authorizations on WiFiBlast devices. The trouble is, we’ve never sold these!

This is our first time writing an article about something we don’t sell, but we wanted to help folks who are confused about how to return their order from WiFiBlast.

We hope you’re successful in returning your WiFi repeater, and that you find a solution that works for you!

WiFiBlast Range Extender (wifiblastshop.com)

What’s Going On Here?

First off, we’re Waveform.com, experts in the cell signal boosting industry, backed by over a decade of experience.

From helping homeowners find the best booster for their needs, to installing DAS in million square foot campuses - we’ve done it all!

Several years ago we stopped selling WiFi repeaters, to focus on boosting cell signal. This way, we've ensured that we’re able to provide the best technical expertise and service.

The WiFiBlast device which you’re trying to return is sold by WiFiBlastshop.com. This range extender seems to be the only product they sell.

How to Return Your WiFiBlast Repeater

Let's get right to it!

From WiFiBlast’s home page, navigate to “Contact Us” at the bottom of the page.

On their contact page, you’ll see various ways to reach them, as well as instructions for setting up a return.

An excerpt from WiFiBlast’s website:

“If you need to return, send us an email to [email protected] and we will provide you with instructions on how to return your items.”

Once you’ve emailed them, you'll likely receive an RMA number and instructions to ship the device back to them.

So how did you end up here anyway

Search engines are brilliant! Services like Google and Bing crawl the web to identify keywords that match users’ searches. Then, they will provide results based on your search terms.

Websites and businesses make use of this for marketing. By providing keywords that are likely to match user searches, it’s possible to “rank” higher on the list of results. Usually these results are very accurate, but sometimes things get a little mixed up. This is one of those instances.

When you search “wifiblast returns”, you will most likely see our “Satisfaction Guarantee & Return Policy” page as the first result!

We’ve tried altering our keywords to prevent this, but, it seems we’re simply too popular!

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