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What is the Cancellation Policy Of iPrint?

All online orders are submitted to production immediately to provide the timeliest service possible. Therefore, orders cannot be canceled after they are submitted. Please call 1-800-238-6349 and speak with a representative for further assistance.

What is the Return Policy Of iPrint?

If you have received your order and it is damaged or defective in any way, please let iPrint know by calling iPrint at 1-800-238-6349 and iPrint will replace it immediately. If you have received your order and feel that the personalization is not accurate to your online preview, iPrint will be glad to re-print your order at no additional charge. iPrint believes in products and back them up with our 100% Satisfaction Guarantee.

Is My Credit Card Information Safe?

Yes. iPrint uses a Secure Socket Layer (SSL) connection on the pages where you record personal and payment information. Look for the lock at the bottom of your browser to indicate a secure connection.

What Payment Methods Do iPrint Accept?

iPrint accepts Visa, MasterCard, Discover and American Express, utilizing the VeriSign Secure Site service, one of the most recognized symbols of trust on the Web. Your credit card will be authorized at the order confirmation stage of the online ordering process.

What is the Steps Of Placing an Order On iPrint?

Ordering online is fast, easy and secure:

  1. Select a design to begin creating a personalized product.
  2. Instantly view your design with our live preview.
  3. If you are not satisfied with the options selected, experiment with other type styles, ink color, and line placement.
  4. Change your personalization and preview again.
  5. When you have completed the personalization and preview process, approve and add to your shopping cart.
  6. Place your order.

Once you complete your order, iPrint will automatically offer you a printable receipt and send an order confirmation to your email address.

How Much is the Sales Tax Of Iprint?

Federal law requires that tax be collected on all orders being shipped to addresses within the U.S.