Our main goal for the past ten blogs has been to educate our valued customers by simplifying all the processes involved in ordering our contract embroidery and screen printing services. In the last blog, we addressed placing orders for screen printing embellishment. The processes involved in ordering embroidery embellishment are essentially the same, except of course, the artwork submittal process, which we covered in detail in six earlier posts.
Once the purchase order and the artwork are prepared for embroidery printing and ready for submittal, two additional documents are necessary in order to complete the order placement process – the credit card authorization form and the shipping request form. (If your company is a Florida corporation, you will also need to submit your Florida corporations tax certificate, which will eliminate the necessity for you to pay sales tax on your order.)
The Credit Card Authorization form requests the company or person’s name, the type of credit card, (American Express, MasterCard, Visa or Discover), the card number, and the code. It also requests the card holder’s name, statement mailing address, telephone number and email address as well as the name, company name, address, telephone number and email address to be used for the shipment. Note that this form is a PDF document, which means that it may be filled out online, and emailed, but cannot be saved on your computer.
This Credit Card Authorization form must be emailed or faxed with completed Purchase Order (Embellishment Form) and Shipping Request form to email@example.com or faxed to 954-922-2293. Artwork must also be received by overnight or snail mail, but the first is obviously preferred since we cannot schedule your job until we have everything in hand.
We will cover the Shipping Request form in detail for both screen printing and embroidery in our next blog.
Do you have questions? Or, do you wish to place an order? Call us today at 954.922.2242 or visit www.atlasembroidery.com.