Where is CoolStuffInc located?

Where is CoolStuffInc located?

Maitland, FL
Coolstuffinc.com, LLC Company Profile | Maitland, FL | Competitors, Financials & Contacts – Dun & Bradstreet.

Who owns CoolStuffInc?

Jerry Sunkin –
Jerry Sunkin – Owner – CoolStuffInc.com, LLC | LinkedIn.

How long does CoolStuffInc take to ship?

9 to 12 days
I order almost exclusively from them and orders usually take 9 to 12 days to arrive (I live in Northern CA). There have been a couple of times a delivery has shown up before they were scheduled and couple of times they were “stuck” in the FedEx system for an extra day or two.

Does CoolStuffInc have free shipping?

FREE Shipping on Orders of $100 or More! You qualify for free shipping for your entire purchase providing your cart has at least $100. Valid for Contiguous US addresses only.

Is Coolstuff com legit?

But to answer your question, yes, they are very reputable and a great place to buy from.

How do I cancel an order on CoolStuffInc?

CoolStuffInc on Twitter: “@huuuze Yes, you can cancel your pre-order by emailing us at [email protected]

Is CoolStuffInc com legit?

CoolStuffInc has a consumer rating of 1.71 stars from 7 reviews indicating that most customers are generally dissatisfied with their purchases. CoolStuffInc ranks 18th among Board Games sites.

Where can I sell my Pokemon cards on the Buylist?

ChannelFireball is always buying Pokemon cards. Simply head to the top bar, hit sell your cards and proceed to the sell now option. You’ll need to be logged into your ChannelFireball store account to access the buylist, but once there you can select all the cards you want to get paid for!

Will pawn shops buy Pokemon cards?

1. Pawn Shops. If you have a pawn shop near you, chances are that they’ll take Pokemon cards there or at least consider the idea, especially if you have some rare cards and the owner knows anything about Pokemon.

How do you find out what your Pokemon cards are worth?

Check card rarity. Look in the bottom right corner of the card to find the rarity symbol, next to the card number: A circle means the card is common, while a diamond marks uncommon cards. These are easy to find, and not usually worth much unless the card was printed in 1999 or 2000.