Shipping and Handling is usually at 3
day Priority USPS rates. However, The Small Businessman ships
Internationally too.MOST NEW PAGES INCLUDE PAYPAL INSTANT PURCHASE BUTTONS IN
WHICH MOST OF THE FOLLOWING DOES NOT APPLY. HOWEVER, THE SMALL BUSINESS MAN
WILL DO SOME SPECIAL SERVICES ON REQUEST SUCH AS GIFT WRAPPING FOR CHRISTMAS.
WE CAN CORRESPOND THRU EMAIL TO HANDLE SPECIAL SITUATIONS LIKE THIS.
Thank you for visiting The Small
Businessman web site.
- Email your Shopping requests by clicking on the "ORDER"
button at the bottom of any page that offers this option to assure that the
item is in stock prior to paying with one of the following methods.
- Copy and paste the item numbers you are interested
in. Let me know any special requests (Insurance is included).
- You may make an offer lower than the sales price
or an offer for a whole item group purchase! Be sure to include your receiving
address so that the Small Businessman can calculate your shipping
- The merchandise will be held for two days and an email
confirmation will be sent to you with shipping charges, etc.
- Reply to email that you accept the pricing and shipping
arrangements or simply pay via PayPal* (see note) by clicking on any of the
PayPal buttons or advertisements. The Small Businessman's PayPal email is
- Or send your check or money order to "The
Small Businessman" address provided with return email .If Checks and money
orders not received within seven business days held merchandise will be
OR choose to pay with VISA or MASTERCARD thru PayPal*(see notice).
In that event we are supposed to each get a $5. credit if you join PayPal.
- You may email The Small Businessman when the item
arrives with any comments, suggestions or compliments that we may use in reference.
Your Satisfaction is The Small
Businessman's first Priority!
PayPal does not confirm you're joining with us and therefore we do not always
get the credit for sign ups that we believe we should. An email to me
to verify that you signed up with PayPal through the Small Businessman
would be nice. Since PayPal was purchased by Ebay, we expect an unusual
amount of these
hoops and exclusions to avoid their paying out the commissions they should.
Unfortunately, that seems to be
the nature of corporate America these days. The biggest set the worst examples.
However, the service itself has been extremely reliable for myself and
my clients despite the apparently free advertising we've been giving