Hey your "Proceed to checkout" button has the HTML attribute 'aria-hidden="true"' on it.

Way to go. Non sighted people can't find your checkout button and so can't buy anything.

That's beyond boneheaded. Also almost all checkboxes in the checkout forms have exactly the same problem.

Time to put out an ad for an accessibility QA engineer, because your current QA group doesn't have a clue what they are doing.

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