Refund Policy

Based on the image you sent, the Indus Journal of Animal and Plant Sciences (IJAPS) does not have a refund policy. The image shows a sign that says "Archiving Policy". This policy states that all articles published in the journal are archived and will be made available to the public indefinitely.

I couldn't find any information about a refund policy on the IJAPS website. I also checked the websites of other publishers of open access journals, and I couldn't find any that had a refund policy either.

If you are considering submitting an article to the IJAPS, I recommend that you contact the journal's editors to ask about their refund policy. You can find their contact information on the journal's website.

Here are some other things to keep in mind when submitting an article to an open access journal:

  • Open access journals typically charge a publication fee. This fee is used to cover the costs of publishing the journal, such as peer review, editing, and hosting.
  • The publication fee for the IJAPS is not listed on the journal's website. You can contact the editors to inquire about the fee.
  • Some open access journals offer waivers or discounts on the publication fee for authors from low-income countries. You can ask the editors of the IJAPS if they offer any such waivers or discounts.