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» Online Classroom   » Marine Weather   » Public Discussion of Marine Weather   » Delivery options on Certificates.

Author Topic: Delivery options on Certificates.
David Burch

 - posted January 26, 2014 02:47 PM      Profile for David Burch           Edit/Delete Post 
In our present system, we provide a diploma like certificate, with course name, student name, date, and signed by an instructor.

This document when shipped flat, unfolded, costs about $6.00 for domestic shipping ( a bit less to the west coast; a bit more to the east coast).

That has not been much of an issue, but still the shipping is 20% of the product.

Overseas shipping, however is much more. A flat rate international priority mail envelop is $25, which is now 83% of the product.

But we have ways around this. Namely we can make a hi-res pdf of the certificate (identical to the one we ship) and send that by email at no shipping cost at all.

This will take some set up at our end, but that is what we are thinking.

Then students will have an option

__ $30 certificate delivered by email. No further charges, get certificate as hi-res printable pdf.

__ add $6 for domestic shipping.

__ add $25 for international shipping.

If you are thinking about a certificate, please let us know your thoughts on this new option.

From: Starpath, Seattle, WA

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