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What forms of Payment do you accept? TOP

We accept:  CK, MO, VISA, MC, DISC, AMEX &  PayPal
(no PayPal account is needed).
Make checks payable to: Lori Baratta.
New York residents add 8% sales tax.
All payments must be made in U.S. funds.
Returned checks ( NFS and stop payments ) are subject to a $30.00 charge.

Is the Personalization really free? TOP

Yes! We offer FREE PERSONALIZATION on items that are applicable.

How long will it take to receive my order? TOP

Allow 2-4 weeks for delivery.
Please take this into consideration (allowing ample time) when ordering items for Holidays.
If paying by check, your order will not be shipped until your check has cleared.

I'm a store owner, how can I become a Wholesale Vendor? TOP

If you have a legitimate business with a Resellers Federal or state Tax Id you can apply to become a Wholesaler by going to:

 http://decorativeartandgifts.com/wholesale.htm


and filling out your business info. You'll be happy to know that our minimums are low & products are unique.

I'd like to sell some of these prints in my store, are they available packaged? TOP

Yes. All our Prints and Note Cards come sealed in plastic bags. Store owners can simply unpack their orders when they arrive to your store and put them immediately  out for their customers.

Will new Personalized Cartoons be available? TOP

Possibly. Lori designs for an assortment of different companies, in addition to her own, but she tries to add new designs periodically. If there is a design in particular that you are interested in, please feel free to send your request to Info@DecorativeArtandGifts.com

MY PHONE CALLS ARE NOT GETTING THROUGH. WHY? TOP

If you have been trying to place a call to us and have not gotten an answer, or the phone keeps ringing it is more than likely due to your long distance phone carrier. If you are paying for your long distance service, this is definitely an issue we strongly recommend you look into as many of these carriers are not fulfilling their services.
These and other similar problems have become a national issue to the point that the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) has been investigating the problem. Over the last few years complaints concerning calls to rural areas across the country have been on the rise. Many point to wholesale network providers known as "Least Cost Routers" who route long distance calls on behalf of telephone providers. With competition and the growing number of unlimited calling plans being offered, certain telephone providers increasingly turn to "Least Cost Routers" to keep costs down. Given the higher than average cost to complete long distance calls to rural areas than more populated urban areas, some providers unfortunately may be deciding that it is cheaper to not complete calls.

Earlier this year, the FCC issued a ruling warning carriers of suspensions and/or possible fines of up to $1.5 million for failing to complete calls. For additional information or to report a problem, visit the FCC's website at http://www.fcc.gov/encyclopedia/problems-long-distance-or-wireless-calling-rural-areas.

You can file a complaint directly by going to:
http://transition.fcc.gov/eb/rcc/RCC_Form2000B.html

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