The easiest way to order is by using your VISA, MasterCard, Discover, or American Express card on our shopping cart and
our secure server. A secure
server means that your personal information is completely safe and is never seen by human
eyes. This is truly a safe way to shop, despite media hype about the dangers of
the Internet. We guarantee your card's safety. Most browsers will tell you that you're
entering a secure area when you check out at our site. (You may see a little picture of a
padlock at the bottom of your screen.) That's your assurance that nobody
can get access to your information. See additional hints on using the shopping cart below.
However, we recognize that many people are nervous about shopping online, and so we are
happy to take your credit card information any way you want to give it to us. You can call us toll-free at
888-204-4050. You can also give us your entire order over the phone. This is less convenient, because then you have to write down all the details
of your order to give them to us, but it does have the advantage that you can check if the
items are in stock, ask if that pink fabric is really as pale as it looks in the picture, etc.
There is a $4 telephone order charge. If you don't want to pay the phone charge, but don't want
to put your credit card number on the internet, just call us with your card info, and then you
can use the shopping cart to order. Choose the "I will call with my credit card" option.
You can also fax your order to us at 303-838-7779. You'll have to pay for the call, but
you'll have a written record of exactly what you ordered, and you can safely transmit your credit card information.
You can send us an e-mail with your order details. This may not be a safe way to send
your credit card information, so we don't recommend it unless you want us to use a credit card
number you've already used, and in that case you wouldn't be sending any personal information.
Some people feel more comfortable sending just the first half of their credit card number in
one e-mail, and then sending the other half and the expiration date in another message.
Using the shopping cart