Buying anything on the internet, especially art, from someone you don’t know can be a scary proposition. Please know you can deal with Tribal-Artifacts with complete confidence. We stand behind everything we sell and your private information is always safe with us. Plus, we have an honest-to-goodness physical location you can actually visit if you are ever in South Dakota.
So, in other words, no worries.
We accept Visa, Mastercard, American Express, and Discover cards, PayPal, money orders, cashier’s checks, and personal checks.
If you use a credit card you can do any of the following: call us with the information, email it us, or fax it to us. If you email I advise sending the information in 2 or 3 parts in separate emails for security.
Please include the following information: card number, expiration date, and the billing address if different from your shipping address. The credit card processor now requires vendors to enter the billing address to process an internet sale. We also need the 3 digit code from the back of the card.
If you pay by personal check, please allow about a week or ten days after we get the check for it to clear. Please do not send payment without contacting us first – in case a piece is previously sold and we haven’t had a chance to mark it as such.
With all orders please include your name, shipping address, a phone number, and an email address in case we have a question for you. Also, please make checks out to Reptile Gardens. Thanks!
PO Box 620
Rapid City, SD 57709
To place an order:
Call and ask for our Jungle Outpost sales associate, Lynda at the Reptile Gardens: 1-800-335-0275 or 605-342-5873.
(If we’re not there leave your name, phone number or email address, and the item you are interested in. Linda will be happy to get back to you.)
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We do our best to make sure the descriptions and photos are as accurate as possible and would never deliberately misrepresent a piece. If you receive your item and feel that it is not what you expected, please contact us. Your satisfaction is of the utmost importance.