WE’LL BE CLOSED FROM SATURDAY, DECEMBER 24TH, UNTIL WE RETURN ON TUESDAY, JANUARY 3RD, 2023.
As you may have seen, we’ll be closed from 12/24-1/2. We will not be answering customer emails or filling any orders until we return on January 3rd, 2023.
If you have questions, we encourage you to email us at firstname.lastname@example.org so that we can respond once we return.
We know many questions will arise during our time away, so below, you will find answers to some common questions. We assure you that we will respond to your message once we return and ensure you are well looked after.
DID MY ORDER SHIP YET?
You will know we shipped your package when you receive an email from us with the subject “You Order Is Ready To Ship.” This contains your tracking number. If you didn’t receive this email:
Check your spam folder.
Send us an email at email@example.com using the email you used to place the order.
It’s possible that your order didn’t ship before we closed for the holidays. If that is the case, it will be our first priority when we return. If you require any changes, send us a note at firstname.lastname@example.org, and we’ll consider these before shipping in January.
MY ORDER SHIPPED BUT DIDN’T ARRIVE. WHAT NOW?
Going into these holidays, there is always a risk of shipping delays. If you are concerned about a delivery, please send us a note at email@example.com to highlight the issue. You can rest assured that we’ll take care of you once we return.
In the meantime, here are some common statuses and what they typically mean:
Stuck in Transit: Some packages are taking longer in transit than usual due to the holiday shipping rush. Generally, they will be delivered, but if a package is still showing as “In Transit” come January, we’ll take the issue up with USPS. We recommend signing up for tracking notifications on your shipment-tracking pages to be kept updated.
Delivered, Not Received: Some packages are scanned as delivered before they actually are. In many occurrences, the package is either delivered a day or two later OR was taken in by a neighbor, so keep an eye out and ask around. If you are still package-less come January, we will investigate with USPS on your behalf and let you know the next steps.
Returned to Sender: This generally means the address was incorrect or the recipient never claimed the package (if held at a post office). When we get back to the studio, we will check in with you to see if your package was returned, and we’ll send it out again (with corrected information if necessary).
WHAT IF I HAVE ANOTHER ISSUE WITH A SHIPMENT OR CANDLE?
We know that other things happen to our candles outside of our control. If you experience any issues, please let us know at firstname.lastname@example.org, and we will make sure to put things right when we return in January. We appreciate your patience and understanding in the meantime.
I WANTED TO SAY THANK YOU! CAN I?
One of the best perks of our job is receiving kind and thankful emails from folks who’ve enjoyed our candles. So we definitely want to encourage this. :)
We share kind notes with our team, so please send any appreciation to email@example.com. We all enjoy reading and sharing these notes as we begin 2023. Thank you in advance for giving us a boost upon our return!
Leaving us a positive review on Google is also hugely appreciated!
For all other questions, please send us a note at firstname.lastname@example.org. You can rest assured that we’ll take care of you once we return.
— THE TALL PINE CANDLES TEAM
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