Questions? Comments? Your inquiries will be answered promptly by e-mail!
Please E-mail us for:
- Product questions or to suggest a new product
- Help in choosing the best product for your needs
- Problems or questions about placing an order
- Instructions for placing an order by mail
- Information on shipping outside the U.S.
- Inquiries about an existing order
- Questions on our web design or photo editing services
At the current time we do not offer customer service by phone, but to ensure a high standard of customer care, we provide customer service by E-mail. This ensures a written record of your request and our response. Your inquiry will be answered promptly by someone in our TMB family. When you e-mail, you should first receive an automated reply which will confirm that your inquiry has been submitted. Once we have received your inquiry, it will then be answered by a real person by return e-mail. If the automated reply doesn't reach you, this may indicate that our personal response may not reach you, either. In that case, please check your e-mail's SPAM folder or JUNK mail settings to be sure our message has not been misdirected or blocked, and add email@example.com to your e-mail's approved sender list or whitelist. We make every effort to reply to all inquiries promptly, sometimes within minutes. However, if you have not received a reply within 24 hours, or the automated confirmation e-mail never arrived, be assured, we are not ignoring you! Technology is wonderful, but it can sometimes fail. If you need to e-mail us a second time, please put the words "2nd request" in the subject line. You may also visit our Facebook Page and leave us a message, and we will be sure to get in touch with you.
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We can accomodate your requests for guaranteed overnight or 2-day delivery! Our shopping cart is not designed to handle custom shipping options, however. For a quick quote on Super-Expedited shipping, please E-mail us with your request. For faster service, please include the following:
You should have received a confirmation e-mail with the link to the above order status page when you placed your order. Also, we will e-mail you again when there is a change in order status. If you do not receive these messages, it may have been routed to your JUNK mail folder, or been blocked by SPAM filtering software. Occasionally, a customer will enter an e-mail address with a typographical error, and this will prevent their confirmation and change of order status e-mails from arriving. If you have any questions, please contact us at the e-mail address above.
At this time, we do not offer payment by phone. If you wish to place an offline order, you may do so by completing the order through the shopping cart system, choosing "Payment by Mail" as your payment method. Once your order has been entered, your confirmation e-mail will contain a link to a form that includes the address for sending us your payment. Please be aware that payments made by personal check may delay the shipment of your order while waiting for the payment to clear.
For your convenience we have included a shipping estimator to the first step in our shopping cart, before any personal information is entered. Remember, this estimator does not accurately calculate shipping costs outside the Contiguous US, except for Atlantic Liners books. For other products wishing to be shipped internationally, please contact us by E-mail for a custom quote.
In addition to information specific to the products and services we offer on this site, you may enjoy visiting these other sites:
For general information on Bluebirds, please visit our affiliated sites:
BluebirdNut.com, an informational website dedicated to Bluebird Education and awareness
The Bluebird Nut Cafe, a free discussion forum, "Where Bluebird Enthusiasts Gather to discuss all things Bluebird".
For general information on maritime history and the great ocean liners of the past, please visit our affiliated site:
- Atlantic Liners, where you can lose yourself in Maritime History