Toner Cartridge Barn Implements Free Shipping Policy
Toner Cartridge Barn's free shipping policy aims to improve the online retailer's delivery process. The policy comes with a 30-day money back guarantee.
Los Angeles, California (I-Newswire) March 10, 2013 - Toner Cartridge Barn, an online retailer of laser toners and ink cartridges, now offers free shipping on all products to customers located anywhere in the United States. The Southern California-based company makes same day deliveries for orders made by 4:00 pm EST. The retailer is known for its wide range of products, its 'no questions asked' policy, and for its ability to keep prices competitive. Toner Cartridge Barn's status as a premier distributor of original equipment manufacturer (OEM) brands can be attributed to its wide collection of printer cartridges and its excellent customer service. The online seller's efforts in providing a service-oriented shopping experience are expected to improve both customer satisfaction and customer loyalty.
Shoppers may purchase Toner Cartridge Barn's printer cartridges by visiting the company's website. Online orders are dispatched within one to three business days, but deliveries in more remote locations may take up to five days. Shipments are made using the fastest and most reliable methods via FedEx or UPS ground. Each purchase comes with a 30-day money back guarantee, but a 10% restocking fee will be charged for unused items. However, returns due to factory defects are exempted from the restocking fee. Customers can return the product for a refund or replacement. The retailer ensures that customers' financial information remain private whenever orders are made. The company does not ship to places outside of mainland United States such as Alaska, Guam, Hawaii, Puerto Rico, and the United States Virgin Islands. Managing Director Marcial Bonifacio believes that the company's efforts in improving its shipping capabilities will lead to a more efficient delivery process for the firm. 'We continue to improve our operations in order to avoid shipping problems; the safe and quick delivery of products is our main focus,' he says.
The online retailers' ink and toner cartridges offer excellent functionality that is comparable to original brands. It is believed that the company's competitive prices lead to more savings for online customers. To ensure risk-free purchases, Toner Cartridge Barn offers a one-year warranty on all products. Customers who encounter defects can contact the online retailer via email. The retailer's staff will be happy to assist all online shoppers.
Toner Cartridge Barn is a premier retailer of Laser Toners and Ink Cartridges. Based in Southern California, Toner Cartridge Barn carries a complete line of printer cartridges from major brands such as HP, Brother, Canon and Dell.
For more information about their products and services, visit
About Toner Cartridge Barn
Toner Cartridge Barn
5112 Oakland St #113
Phone : 562 2316817
Published On:March 10, 2013
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