NFC tags purchased from the GoToTags Store are guaranteed to deliver 98% yield of functioning tags. GoToTags adheres to the industry standard of 2% expected bad NFC tags, yet in practice the percentage tends to be much lower. Warranty and returns adhere to the 2% expectation, thus GoToTags is not responsible for replacing defective NFC tags that are within the 2% ratio of the order total. When a minimum quantity of functional NFC tags is required, GoToTags advises increasing the purchased quantity by 2% to account for potential bad NFC tags.
GoToTags may remove any defective tags discovered during the production or encoding process and ship the order minus the bad tags. The difference will be refunded or delivery of the shortage at a later date will be arranged if the amount of the shortage exceeds 2%.
Please note that NFC tags can become damaged or defective after they have been delivered. Reasons that an NFC tag may become defective include the environment they are placed in or secondary processes the NFC tags undergo such as welding, bending or forceful pressing. If NFC tags purchased from the GoToTags Store become damaged or defective in processes after they are delivered, they are no longer under warranty. Customers intending to insert an NFC tag inside something else or who need to place NFC tags into a secondary process, should read the product specifications carefully and perform trials to validate performance. Additionally, GoToTags can be contacted for advice on the NFC tag best suited to the project.