TrademarksThe i-Bead name and the i-Bead oval logo design are registered trade-marks of i-Bead Inc. All brands, product, service, and process names appearing on this web site are trade-marks of their respective holders. Reference to or use of a product, service, or process does not imply recommendation, approval, affiliation, or sponsorship of that product, service, or process by i-Bead Inc. Nothing contained herein shall be construed as conferring by implication, estoppel, or otherwise any license or right under any patent, copyright, trade-mark, or other intellectual property right of i-Bead Inc or any third party, except as expressly granted herein.
Use Of Site
All items must have been bought through our website.
- Certain products, along with Wholesale Customers, are no longer eligible for Free or Flat Rate Shipping.
- All parcels come with $100 worth of insurance (execpt items sent via stamped envelope). Additional shipping insurance can be purchased at checkout for $2.25 per additional $100 of coverage. In the event you parcel arrives damaged, or becomes M.I.A., and you have declined the additional insurance, Canada Post will only reimburse you and us up to $100.
i-Bead Inc charges taxes for merchandise ordered on this web site by Canadian Residents.
HST is charged to the following: NB, NL, NS, ON
Native Status Cards
- You are entitled to sales tax exemption under the Indian Act
- The product(s) is/are being delivered to a reserve
What do I do if I meet these requirements?
For acceptable Status Cards, click HERE
We recognize the importance of protecting critical customer information. Our site is located on a private server, and is protected by an SSL encryption when transferring and receiving data. Our website uses SSL or "Secure Sockets Layer," an industry standard security protocol. When you click on "checkout," you will connect with our secure server. SSL sends your browser information that "encrypts" your order, changing all the information that you send back into a code that is extremely difficult to decipher. In fact, despite the impression the news media may have given, there has not been a single documented case of fraud involving the interception of a credit card number transmitted via a secure server over the Internet to date!