KetubahandJudaica's Shop Policies
Welcome to my shop! I' m glad that you choosed me for a custom! You can click on the article you want or contact me for a custom.
Or you click on the shop nor I would send you a paypal invoice: 50% when ordering and the last 50% before sending it to you. I give you the tracking number in order to check on the postoffice site where it is.
I accept payment by PayPal only. You do not need to have a paypal account to use the service, only a valid credit card.
I mail worldwide. Orders are mailed to the address listed on Etsy. Please make sure it is the correct address. All items are carefully and securely packaged to insure they will not be damaged during the mail.
I ship with Israel's International Air Mail Service: or Standard with tracking number ( 2-3 weeks) nor EMS (3-5 opened days).
Express Mail Service: You will receive your package by messenger or at your local post office in 3-5 business days. Service is trackable in most countries (ask me if you're unsure). You are required to provide a telephone number and the address you expect to be for the majority of the day. the cost is about 25$ and it is not included in the price of the purchase.
Buyer is responsible for customs duties and delays in their country. Please check with Customs in your country as duty charges may apply based on the total of your order, or the commodity type. Any duty charge (if applicable) is to be paid by you and is not included in the purchase price or shipping cost.
I do not control the post service, but I do my best to guarantee the service you paid for is provided and your package gets to you. I cannot assume responsibility for lost or damaged mail. If you know the postoffice of your country usually makes problems, you can ask me to send you the folder ready-to-print, then the shipping will be free....
Refunds and Exchanges
All sales are final. I do not offer refunds
Additional Policies and FAQs
If there is an issue with your order, please contact me and I'll do my best to offer a solution within my policy guidelines.
Last Updated October 31, 2012