GPG encryption (for email communication)
If you wish to use encryption, use this GPG key:
pub rsa4096 2018-12-22 [SCA] [expires: 2023-12-21] 98CC DDF8 E560 47F4 75C0 44BD D0C6 2464 FA8B 4856 uid [ultimate] Leah Rowe <email@example.com> sub rsa4096 2018-12-22 [E] [expires: 2023-12-21]
Use this command in GNU+Linux to download the key:
gpg --recv-keys 0xD0C62464FA8B4856
Alternatively, download the key here: pubkey.asc.
GnuPG (or GPG for short) is a GNU program that handles public/private key cryptography. It can be used to encrypt, sign, verify and decrypt data. It is most commonly used for email signing and cryptography. See: https://www.gnu.org/software/gnupg/ – GnuPG is a free program that replaces the proprietary PGP program.
If you are interested in securing your emails with GnuPG, the Free Software Foundation has this nifty guide on their website: https://emailselfdefense.fsf.org/en/
If you have questions about what you ordered, or need help with anything, RetroFreedom is happy to provide it (where feasible), via email communication.
RetroFreedom also provides a warranty on all products that it sells.
Ordering via other methods (besides the website)
We only need this information:
Your name, your company name (optional), your EU VAT number (optional), your shipping address, your billing address,
your email address, and your telephone number, and information about what you want to order.
Use any of the communication methods listed on this page.
This can be useful, especially if your order is custom and involves products/services that are not listed on the
website. Example: extra batteries, special customizations, custom products (sourced and provided specifically for you).
RetroFreedom is extremely flexible, in generating the appropriate invoice for your order.