13 years in business302 Industrial Dr
Columbus, WI 53925-1018
- (920) 623-9169
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- (866) 302-5397
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BBB File Opened: 05/10/2006
Business Started: 08/04/2003
Business Started Locally: 08/04/2003
Business Incorporated: 08/19/2003 in WI
Type of EntityLimited Liability Corporation
- Ms. Heidi Dettman, Customer Service Manager
- Mr. Jim L. Horton, President/Owner
- Mr. Timothy J. Horton, Owner/CEO
- Customer Service: Ms. Heidi Dettman, Customer Service Manager
- Office Supplies
- NAICS: Mail-Order Houses
- Discount Stores
- Internet Shopping
- Office Furniture & Equipment
- Office Furniture & Equipment - Wholesale & Manufacturing
Methods of Payment
We are pleased to accept Visa, MasterCard, Discover, American Express,
Paypal, Amazon and Google. We also accept money orders, cashiers checks, and business
checks as well. Please note that checks may delay the processing of your
order. We do not accept personal checks.
Refund & Exchange Policy:OfficeSupply.com is committed to customer satisfaction. If your items
are damaged, defective or incomplete, a request for a return or refund
must be made within 3 business days of the original date of receipt. In
the event of a mistake, we will do our best to ensure returns are
handled quickly and fairly.
Most items are returnable (see return restrictions and reasons below)
for any reason. Our Returns Department must be notified of all returns.
Items must be returned with 30 days of original date of receipt. No
returns will be accepted without notification (Return without prior
authorization below). You may notify the returns department by email at email@example.com or calling (866) 302-5397 and selecting option #5.
This company is a discount internet retailer offering office supplies, furniture, technology, ink, and cleaning supplies.
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