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COVID-19 Customer Service and Shipping FAQs

Learn How 48HourPrint is Addressing COVID-19's Impact on Our Customers, Orders, and Employees.

To Our Most Valued Customers,

As COVID-19 continues to impact our communities we wanted to help answer any printing questions you may have. As always, we are passionate about—and committed to—expert-quality printing for our customers and we intend to keep that promise during this challenging and uncertain time.

Here at 48HourPrint we care deeply about the health and well-being of our customers, employees, and the communities we work in. It is our top priority to ensure everyone’s safety while continuing to offer the same high-quality printing and friendly customer service our customers count on.

Q:
Are you still accepting orders?

A: Yes, we are still accepting orders online or through our customer service.

Q:
How are you minimizing the spread of the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) in your facilities?

A: We are closely following the safety guidelines from public health organizations, particularly the Center for Disease Control (CDC) and the World Health Organization (WHO), and working hard to ensure our facilities are taking strict preventive measures to minimize any potential spread of the virus.

Q:
Will I get my order?

A: Yes, we have an ample supply of materials in all our facilities to print orders for the coming months. It is unlikely that the materials will run out soon, and if stocks are low, we have vendors who are ready to replenish our supply. We have multiple facilities across the nation which enables us to have redundancies. If there are facility closures, we will route your orders to open facilities. The contingency plans we have in place ensure that our employees are safe and secure while serving the needs of our customers. 

Q:
Will my order be on time?

A: We will do our best to deliver your order on time based on the estimated delivery date. At present, our teams are working hard to ensure that all orders arrive on schedule. We will continue to follow applicable government orders based on our locations and respond swiftly to make any needed changes (such as rerouting your orders based on our contingency plans).

Q:
Can I cancel my order due to COVID-19?

A: Our cancellation policy remains the same:

Once the print file(s) associated with an order have been approved by the customer as described in the "Printing Turnaround Time" section of our Terms and Conditions page, the order will be "In Production" and no changes or cancellations will be allowed to the print files, job characteristics, or printing turnaround time.

After an order is In Production, the entire amount of the order along with applicable taxes and shipping/handling fees shall be deemed fully paid and non-refundable, except as provided for in the Refund & Cancellation Policy. Additional Service Fees, List Purchase and USPS Postal Costs are non-refundable.

Orders eligible for cancellation will also be subject to the following fees, when applicable:

  • Orders below $100 will be subject to a $10.00 cancellation fee.
  • Orders from $100 to $500 will be subject to a $25.00 cancellation fee.
  • Orders $500 and above will be subject to a cancellation fee of 5% of the full order amount.
  • An additional $35 fee will be charged to cancel Mailing Services jobs if we have already processed your mailing list.

Q:
How can I contact you if I have specific questions about my order?

A: To ensure the safety and well-being of our customer service department, we have temporarily changed our customer service hours. Please call 800-844-0599, Monday to Friday, 5 a.m. to 7 p.m. Pacific Time. We appreciate your patience and understanding.

Q:
Can I still pick up my order?

A: For the safety of our customers and employees, all our pick-up locations are temporarily closed until further notice. You can still receive your order by choosing any of our shipping options.

Q:
Will the product or shipping prices change?

A: We are all in this together in this critical time. We will not take unfair advantage of our customers by price gouging. Our product and shipping prices will remain at the same affordable prices. 

Q:
How can I apply for a loan for my small business?

A: The new coronavirus stimulus bill offers relief to hard-hit small businesses with 500 or less employees in the form of loans. We've broken down the information on how the bill helps small businesses and what you need to apply for a loan through SBA-backed lenders and banks.

The facility will contact you once your order is ready for pick up. Thank you for your patience and understanding during this challenging time. We will continue to monitor the situation and may update our FAQs as the situation evolves in order to keep our customers and employees healthy.

We sincerely hope you and your loved ones stay safe and healthy. Thank you for your continued support.


Best regards,
Your Print Specialists at 48HourPrint