In my opinion G&H Decoys should be embarrassed over their failing to stand behind their product. I am trying to be as honest as possible and must say I cannot prove when I purchased their decoys. To my best recollection it was 3 possibly 4 years ago. I do know for a fact it was not any longer because I have not lived in my present location, for their decoys to be older. I also know where I purchased the G&H Decoys at Cabela’s. Prior to Bass Pro Shop taking over Cabela’s it was not necessary to keep receipts for items bought at Cabela’s because they could easily look up anything you bought by just checking your credit card and their UPC Item Number. However, now that Bass Pro has taken over Cabela’s they only maintain purchase records for 30-days and only provide refunds for a very reduced and limited time, unless it is a Cabela’s brand name product. Cabela’s and/or Bass Pro washes their hands of products they carry. Being these are G&H Decoys any dispute must be taken up with the manufacture. So, I looked up their phone number and call G&H customer service last November. I only use these decoys only about a dozen times a year and I store them in a safe place, where they are not moved until the next season, so they see limited action. I have hunted ducks for over 50 years and used my dad’s decoys for almost 40 of years. That’s why I believe these decoys should have lasted the remainder of my hunting career and son should have been able to use them for many years after me. Alright let’s get to the meat of the subject. As stated I contacted G&H Decoys asked for their customer service. Was turned over to Ward Motes according to his emails he is a Sales and Marketing employee for G&H Decoys. I sent Ward a picture of the flaking and damage to one of the Drake Decoys with a note over my dissatisfaction with these decoys. Ward said their decoys are not fragile, the paint should not be flaking, and he wanted a copy of my sales receipt. Not sure why a receipt is necessary anyway because each decoy is clearly stamped and easily identified as being a G&H Decoy. Regardless I drove to Cabela’s and discovered that I could not get a sales receipt. While at Cabela’s customer service I called Ward and explained to him Cabela’s no longer keeps records over 30 days which he was also surprised to learn. We both remembered that was one of the great things about buying at Cabela’s. Ward said for me to send him one of the decoys for their inspection. To quote Ward “After that, we can determine what needs to be done to rectify the situation.” On November 14th I mail a decoy sample to Ward. Ward received the decoy and said his boss had to authorize any warranty issues. Because of the holidays and his boss taking a few days off I did not receive an answer until November 29th. What his boss offered was a 25% discount on my buying another dozen G&H decoys. That is why I am writing this complaint, really only 25% off on decoys that are either extremely poor quality or defective. And he wants me to purchase another dozen of them for about $150.00 so he can get off the hook for what about $35.00? Being I am over 60 years of age, I have done some dumb things in the past, but I never considered myself stupid. I try to learn from my mistakes and NO that’s not going to happen. Based on how he wants to “rectify the situation” baloney I would rather post this review of G&H Decoys and let other hunters decide if they want to purchase any of their products. By the way I already purchased another set of good looking decoys and bought them on sale for 50% off plus they are NOT G&H. Good Hunting suggest NOT buying poor quality products from G&H Decoys. Look at the attached pictures all the chipped off paint on the decoy bodies and even on and under the beaks. I will never do business with G&H again.