Stackmines Announces The Introduction Of Their New Website

Stackmines Announces The Introduction Of Their New Website

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Stackmines has just announced the introduction of their new website. The company will sell and promote their products via this site, as well as provide clients with information relating to shipping, returns and specials.

April 2, 2014 /MM-prReach/ —

Stackmines has recently announced that they have introduced their new website to the world. It is via this website that customers will have the chance to purchase the products sold by this company, as well as obtain information relating to shipping, returns and specials, among other facets.

One of the products that Stackmines specializes in is Romertopf cookware. These products are German manufactured and they are glazed on the inside utilizing a non-toxic frit material so that the inner area has a non-stick, perfectly smooth surface. According to the manufacturers, this coating allows individuals the chance to cook without having to worry about harmful chemicals getting into their food, including lead or cadmium.

This sort of clay pot cooking is generally used to prepare foods at very slow, even temperatures, as well as within an alkaline environment. Ultimately, this is said to produce more moist, flavorful meals. What is more, the coating allows the clay bakers to be extremely durable. As the manufacturers state, this allows them to remain in good condition for decades.

Stackmines is a company that specializes in a variety of cookware, including earthenware. The company has put together a very comprehensive list of goods that they believe are based on affordability and high quality. The company is situated in Virginia.

In order to keep customers happy, the company is offering a 30 day full refund for unopened items. They have also promised to pay for the shipping costs in those cases where the return has been made due to a mistake on the company’s behalf. This includes customers who have received defective and incorrect products.

Once the refund has been processed, clients can expect to have their refunds delivered within about 10 days, although the company states that in many cases, this occurs much faster. To return items, individuals will need to log into their account, view their order and opt for the Return Items button. Once the return has been processed, individuals will be notified of the refund via email.

When ordering off the new website, clients should keep in mind that products are shipped to a variety of destinations around the world. There are certain products, according to Stackmines, that simply can’t be shipped overseas. Shipping and delivery dates are based on the availability of the items, including the shipping options chosen by the client.

The website utilizes cookies with the objective of enhancing the overall experience of their visitors. The site might also collect information from users, although it is up to users to refuse to supply information they aren’t comfortable in sharing with the site.

The new website that has been launched by Stackmines aims at improving the experiences of clients looking to purchase the products sold by the business, as well as provide potential clients with information about the business.

For more information, contact the company;

Stackmines.com

Contact Info:
Name: Christopher Lovos
Email: info@stackmines.com
Phone: 1-888-312-0957
Organization: Stackmines

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