In the world of digital products, all sales are typically considered final. This is because digital goods, such as software, e-books, and digital downloads, are intangible and can be easily replicated or distributed. Once a customer has access to the product or its digital files, there's no way to ensure that it hasn't been duplicated or shared, making traditional returns or exchanges unfeasible. To protect both the seller and the integrity of their digital offerings, most transactions for these products are non-refundable, emphasizing the importance of informed purchasing decisions in the digital marketplace.