KimbersFineArt

a place to shop for all things inspired

North Dakota, United States · 8 Sales

KimbersFineArt

a place to shop for all things inspired

North Dakota, United States 8 Sales On Etsy since 2011

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Note from shop owner Hi everyone!! I just wanted you to know I will be on vacation. Thank you for your interest in my shop. If you have any questions feel free to send me a message! Thank you and God bless!! ~Kimberly

Note from shop owner

Last updated on Jun 19, 2015

Hi everyone!! I just wanted you to know I will be on vacation. Thank you for your interest in my shop. If you have any questions feel free to send me a message! Thank you and God bless!! ~Kimberly

Kimberly Ann

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Kimberly Ann

Shop policies

Last updated on October 18, 2011
Hello. My name is Kimberly Anne. I am a small town girl who has recently married and moved to the wonderful state of North Dakota. What an adventure it has been!
My art, specifically drawing, has been a part of me since I can remember. I feel compelled to draw all the beauty and wonder that this amazing life contains! My hope is that as you look at my work, it captures something inside of you.

Accepted payment methods

Payment
I am only accepting PayPal payments at this time. I also would like to mention that for both the protection of the buy and the seller, I only ship to the address thats listed in the buyers PayPal account

• All payments are accepted using PayPal (US Funds via credit cards, bank drafts, or echeck).
• eChecks (via PayPal) must clear before any order will be accepted.
• US Currency only please
• I ask that you please pay within 24 hours of placing your order (after placing items in the shopping cart and then checking out, you will need to proceed to PayPal to complete the order payment). If payment is not made immediately I will attempt to notify you by Etsy Convo. If the item is not paid for within two days it will be re-listed.

How do I purchase an item on Etsy? Follow this link to helpful information:
http://www.etsy.com/help_guide_checkout.phprocess.

* * HELPFUL TIP * *
Here's a handy tip most people don't know. You can get a ton of info on your purchase by going to Your Etsy > Purchases. :)

* Check the status of your order -- (paid, shipped)
* View your receipt -- (cost, shipping address, store info, seller contact info)
* Review item details -- (click the name of the item to see the original listing)
* See important store notices -- (news, shipping times, return policy, etc -- click the Receipt link, then scroll to the bottom)
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Shipping
• Items are shipped via USPS Priority Mail. Insurance will be purchased for all items, as well as Delivery Confirmation. ***Please note that any International shipments will not have "Delivery Confirmation" as well as a "Tracking Number" due to the USPS having no jurisdiction once the package leaves the States.***
• All items will be delivered securely packaged.
• A convo will be sent to you via your Etsy account letting you know when your package was sent.
• I have no control over shipment after it leaves my hands, which is why I include Insurance on all items.

•Here I have included some information on Shipping Insurance and how it works: (Just for those who may like to read it :) )

•Purchasing Insurance...
Insurance can be purchased from the USPS (either at the kiosk or at the counter) based on the overall value of the package. (Example: An insurance purchase of $1.35 is required to insure an item with a value of up to $50.) If, as the seller, you give your buyer the option to purchase insurance and they choose to do so, ***(In this case, for the protection of the buyer and the seller, I will automatically place Insurance on all Items being shipped.)*** you have an obligation to purchase the insurance from the USPS. However, remember, that the buyer has also bought into the obligation to assist in the collection of the insurance payout should damage or loss occur. Some sellers and buyers do not understand this, nor do they understand the amount of effort that is required to file a request for compensation due to damage or loss.

•Requesting Compensation from USPS...
If an item that you have shipped has been damaged, then you will most likely be notified immediately by the buyer. This notification may be somewhat emotional, because buyers may be annoyed, angry, disappointed and even frightened that they have been taken advantage of when they receive a damaged good. It's best not to take emotional responses personally. (It's always the seller's responsibility to remain professional.) It is in the seller's best interest to respond immediately to the buyer's notification even if you are not sure how you will handle this situation. Remember, though, that it is even better to have a plan of action before you mail the package. Often, the first place to start after you receive a damage notification is to request proof of damage in the form of a photograph and request that the buyer retain all packaging as well as the damaged item.

•Paperwork
In order to receive compensation from the USPS, the claimant must complete the form PS Form 1000, which can be downloaded from the US Post Office's website. Information (such as name and address) must be completed for both the mailer and the addressee. The form includes an option for the compensation payment to be made either to mailer or the addressee.(***Please NOTE*** In this case payment would be sent to you the buyer for compensation of your loss.)

•Footwork...
Once the form is completed, the form along with the proof of insurance, damaged goods and all of the packaging materials must be presented in person at one of the thousands of US Post Office's nationwide. (A photograph showing damage will not suffice as far as the USPS is concerned.) As you can imagine, logistics make it more feasible for the buyer to present the form and materials at their local post office than for the seller to try to accomplish this.

Once the reimbursement is approved, a check can either be sent directly to the addressee or the mailer by the USPS.

As you can see above, compliance by the buyer is a MUST in order to make purchasing USPS insurance worthwhile for the seller.

*************In order for you the buyer to reap the benefits of Insurance, you will need to take the steps necessary(Listed above) for reimbursement. I will do what it takes on my end, to make it possible for you, should any damage ever occur during shipment.
Refunds and Exchanges
A happy artist has happy customers :) With that said... I will do what I can to make mine happy :) I have theses policies set in place as a safety for me to fall back on.

• I will only accept returns in pristine condition within 10 days of delivery. All returns will be in the form of in-store credit only, upon approval. In-store credit will be the cost of original purchase price-minuse the cost of shipping.
• If you are interested in returning your item for in-store credit, please contact me via Etsy Convo.
• I do not offer exchanges or refunds. in the event of any damage, the Insurance placed on item at time of shipping will cover the cost of your purchase-minus shipping cost.
Additional policies and FAQs
• I take your privacy very seriously. Your information is never sold, or exchanged in any manner. Making your purchases through PayPal insures that all your personal and financial information is transmitted via a secure encrypted server. I will never receive or see your financial information if payment is made using PayPal (see their policies for additional information).