BBB Accredited Business Profile

(312) 423-6728

14 years in business
1020 Milwaukee Ave Ste 245
Deerfield, IL 60015-3558
Additional Phone Numbers
  • (847) 607-6123
Additional Email Addresses
Additional Website Addresses
BBB File Opened: 05/03/2010
Business Started: 11/01/2003
Business Started Locally: 11/01/2003
Business Incorporated: 11/05/2003 in IL
Type of Entity
Business Management
  • Principal: Mr. Aji Abraham, CEO
  • Principal: Mr. Jon Skulemowski
Contact Information
  • Principal: Mr. Aji Abraham, CEO
  • Principal: Mr. Jon Skulemowski
Business Category
  • Computer Software Publishers & Developers
  • Mobile Apps
  • NAICS: Software Publishers
  • Product Development & Marketing
  • Web Design
  • Internet - Web Hosting
  • Online Social Media/Networking

Products & Services
Turnkey internet business software developers.
Alternate Business Names
  • Armia Systems, Inc.
Methods of Payment
  • We accept all major credit cards through our payment gateway.
Refund & Exchange Policy: 
At iScripts, we want to make sure you receive exceptional value from our software products. If you are not 100% satisfied with your software, for whatever reason, you can return it within 30 days of purchase and we will refund the purchase price. This includes additional support purchases and copyright removal fees. This excludes any custom programming, installation fees and customization charges. Buy with confidence. We stand behind our products. If you choose to return or exchange a script send us your refund request using our support form.



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