- Payment & Shipping
Payment & Shipping
♥ Embelle Boutique is currently only accepting Visa, Mastercard, American Express and PayPay account payments via PayPal. Our online store has absolutely no access to your personal credit card or PayPal account information as all payments are processed through PayPal.
♥ Upon placing your order online and proceeding to checkout, you will be directed to the official PayPal website. Here, you will enter your major credit card or PayPal account information, securely complete your Embelle Boutique purchase and view/print a payment confirmation. Customers will also receive payment confirmation via email. Immediately after payment, you will be re-directed to the Embelle Boutique website. For more information about PayPal, please visit the official website here.
♥ At this time, all orders will ship via USPS (United States Postal Service) upon confirmation of purchase. We offer the following USPS shipping options for delivery of your purchase: STANDARD MAIL (typically 1-10 days from ship date) and EXPRESS MAIL (typically 2-3 days from ship date).
♥ We currently only offer shipping to all 50 United States, the U.S. territories, Canada, P.O. Boxes and APO/FPO addresses. U.S. territories include: American Samoa, Guam, Puerto Rico, and the U.S. Virgin Islands.
♥ Standard and Express mail shipping options are available for the continental US. Standard shipping charge for the continental US is a flat rate charge; Priority Express fees will be charged accordingly, subject to destination.
♥ Standard shipping is the only option available for Alaska, Hawaii, the U.S. territories, Canada and APO/FPO addresses. Please note that all international orders, such as Canada, are subject to VAT and additional customs fees upon delivery. These fees are determined by customs officials and are the responsibility of the buyer.
♥ Although we will do everything possible to ensure your order is delivered within a timely manner, EmbelleBoutique.com cannot be held responsible for conditions that are beyond our control. Such examples include, but are not limited to: severe weather, service interruptions, Federal Holidays, customer inputting incomplete or wrong personal information, etc.