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Don’t you love to see stars and reviews for products? Most people do. Reviews are helpful in making purchasing decisions. Each product page now includes a tab for you to rate the products you receive.

Consolidate all the great accolades you receive from others as a result of hanging wall posters or wearing ClinicalPins. A few historical reviews have been imported. Subscribers receive post-purchase reminders but these are not retroactive. So using the ClinicalPosters powerful new search bar, easily locate the individual products you have. Then click to expand the review tab near the bottom of the page. Rate and share your experience.

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Shipping Carrier Ratings

ClinicalPosters primarily uses FedEx, USPS Priority Mail, First Class Mail, UPS, and DHL for deliveries. The following personal ratings are based on thousands of deliveries. For free shipping option, we use the most economical method. During checkout, you may choose specific carriers.

CarrierCommentRating
DHL WorldwideBarcodes replace customs documents. Requires phone number. No claims filed.5 of 5
FedEx GroundEfficient with minimal package damage throughout contiguous USA and Canada. Requires phone number. Resolves claims quickly.4.5 of 5
Priority MailEconomical worldwide delivery. Requires phone number for international mail. Claims can take long.3.5 of 5
First ClassUninsured tacking available and recommended for nominal fee. Ideal for small, low-value items.2.5 of 5
UPSCan be more economical that other carriers. Requires thick insulated packing. Frequent carton damage and claims.2.5 of 5
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