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Shipping’s On Us- Enter Your Info & Your First Order Ships FREE!*

The gemologists and jewelers at JAGi Lab are looking forward to working with you.

First, we’ll need to set you up with an account on our website. From there, you’ll be able to create orders and input items, see your order progress, track shipments, and view/pay your bill.

Once we set you up with an account, we’ll give you a call to get your package info- all we need is weight and dimensions. We’ll e-mail you a USPS Priority Overnight Registered Mail shipping label. Just stick it on your package and drop off in-person at USPS. Make sure to get a receipt!

Once we receive your package, we’ll give you a call to go over everything before we get started.

JAGi Lab needs you to enter your full and correct shipping address. We'll be shipping your completed orders to the address you enter here.
Your e-mail - this will be the username you use to log into your JAGi Lab account. Order notifications are sent to this e-mail.
Enter a good contact number for your shop- the best number for you or where we may speak to somebody authorized to make decisions about your order in the event we can't reach you.
Enter your cell phone number here if you'd like to receive text notifications about your order from JAGi Lab.

*Orders of 13 pieces or more ship TO JAGi Lab free or charge. We will generate and pay for a shipping label to our lab from your store.

Please double box and securely package your items. Your package will be covered by our insurance policy if it is packed according to their requirements.

Client is responsible for return shipping cost. Offer valid for free shipping TO JAGi Lab only.

JAGi Lab complies with our insurance policy’s requirements for packages to be covered, which includes paying for add-ons such as expedited shipping, signature required, registered mail, etc. If the value of your items exceeds our coverage limit, we may divide your order into multiple shipments. An associate at the lab can give further detail.

Call the lab with questions. If you prefer a cheaper method, you may provide your own shipping label covered under your own insurance policy, or sign a waiver that releases the lab from financial responsibility for the contents of your package.

May 14, 2022 Uncategorized
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