7 Day Delivery
You've likely seen this following statement all over StarryMart: Fulfillment
of all orders in Dr Z's StarryMart is via email. Fulfillment of your
order through PayPal is normally within 7 calendar days.
is that, unless you've ordered one of the readings (such as the Cut
To The Chase, Birth Chart Rectification, Horary, or Electional Reading),
the 7 calendar days thing is normally a safety net ensuring against
the possibility that when you make your order Dr Z might be out of town
for an extended period of time and/or might for some unforeseen reason
be nowhere near an internet connection.
reports at StarryMart are most normally sent via email within 24 hours
of your ordering.
on the other hand, you ordered one of the Cut To the Chase Readings
- (as mentioned on the site) these now normally take 14 days to fulfill.
And since, dear one, Dr Z is dancing as fast as he can in order to
get to your Cut To The Chase Reading, please try containing yourself
from writing inquisitive emails unless the 14 days are up.
Dr Z has an email service that notifies him with great precision exactly
when you've opened an email that he's previously sent you. That said...
there are occasional, infrequent email snafus when a customer has
waited 7 days or more without receiving their order. But since Dr
Z has yet to receive a bounced email on these infrequent occasions,
he has no way of knowing that you're sitting there getting steamed
because you don't yet have your report.
in the unlikely event that you haven't received your StarryMart order
within 7 calendar days, it could likely be due to any number of differing
reasons that are out of Dr Z's control.
Why Is This Happening To Poor Little Me?
could be because:
email software (or email provider such as Comcast, AOL, MSN, Yahoo,
or Google) is configured to automatically delete any email identified
as being potential SPAM. Alternatively, the email is placed in
a Spam folder. Please note that this possibility is currently
very high on Dr Z's paranoia list, since he is
not receiving bounced email notifications. And it's also high
on Dr Z's paranoia list because many of his customers with a problem
eventually confess that they finally found their report in their
email provider spam box.
email software is somehow configured not to receive attachments
(and/or receive attachments above a certain size)
email account is already full.
it's some sort of inexplicable Internet mystery that the two of
us will never be able to solve and/or figure out.
if this happens to you and it's been 7 calendar days with no report
in sight - please, please, please first check your spam box. If Dr Z's
email(s) isn't in your spam box, then:
this link to let him know that you have still not received your order.
times out of 100, Dr Z will then send you a copy of his previous attempt(s)
to deliver your order in a timely manner and then will make repeated
attempts to email deliver your order (until you in turn respond that
you have indeed received your report).
note: There are always a few select nut cases that
will attempt to get a freebie report by using this email link and complaining
about not receiving their order. Dr Z was born at night, but it wasn't
last night! Fortunately, Dr Z knows who has and who hasn't completed
an order at StarryMart. Don't waste your time and risk incurring bad
karma by doing this. Thanks.