Payments via PayPal and Google Wallet are accepted. If you have trouble making a payment through either of these methods, please let me know. I will send you a personalized invoice and you will be able to make a payment via credit or debit card. Payment is due within 3 days of making purchase.
Sales tax (8.25%) will be added to orders shipped within Texas.
Items will ship within 3 business days of receipt of payment. I typically ship items via USPS First Class mail within the continental United States. I do combine shipping when possible. If I determine that I can combine shipping, I will issue a partial refund via PayPal for shipping when I process your order.
I currently ship only within the US; however, if you are outside of the US and are interested in making a purchase, please contact me. We may be able to work something out.
If you are not satisfied with your purchase, you may return it within 7 days of receipt. You will be issued a refund once I have received the item. (Items must be returned in same condition that they were received.) You will be refunded the cost of the item but not the cost of shipping. If an item needs to be returned, the buyer must pay for the return shipping. The cost of shipping the item back will not be refunded.
All of my CDs are pre-owned unless otherwise specified. My CDs are in great condition with inserts and artwork still intact, but many of them may show normal signs of wear and handling such as scuff marks on the jewel case and superficial scratches on the surface of the CD. I test all CDs to make sure there is no skipping before listing on eCrater. If you have questions about the condition of any CD you are interested in purchasing, please do not hesitate to contact me.
Most of the jewelry listed is handmade by me, and I will specify this in my item descriptions. I can usually modify my handmade jewelry when necessary to fit a larger or smaller wrist. And I will gladly take suggestions and special requests.
I also make my own hand-rolled paper beads which closely resemble those made in Ugandan and Kenyan villages. I coat each bead individually with glaze, but they are not waterproof and should not be submerged in water.
You may notice minor imperfections in the grains of wooden beads. This is the nature of the material.