If you want to buy truck decals, you will need to let the company know what type of truck you own. Is your truck a semi truck? There are companies that specialize in semi trucks, companies that focus on pickup trucks, and companies that make decals for both.
Researching for a Company that Can Print Truck Decal Graphics
There are numerous ways to investigate companies that print truck decal graphics. You may be looking online or offline, examining a printer that you want to make truck graphics for your business. The internet has made it even easier than it was before the internet.
I could have saved our company some serious coins in the past had I observed the following advice on several occasions! If you are seeking out a print company to print truck decal prints, you might find 3, or 4, businesses locally, or online, that appear to print truck decals like the ones you need. You phone, or email, these printers and you choose one company, that returns your call, promptly and professionally.
Do you consign your purchase order immediately for that custom type of truck decal? Take this into consideration. I know it’s stimulating to put in your order for decals to promote your company. You can scarcely wait to see the new decal graphics emblazoned on your semi trucks.
Ready, Fire, and Aim! I can relate to you from my own experiences wherein I have pursued this purchasing method too many times to count. So, what should you do before you order? Let’s say you need the decals to promote your company and you need them quickly!
Check with the Better Business Bureau
Relax and breathe deeply. Now, go to BBB.org. Put your target truck decal printer’s zip code into the correct spot and hit “go.” It will take you to a new page where you will check the box that says, “Check out a business or charity.” Fill in the company name and ZIP code. They may have few negatives on their company as nobody is perfect, but you can check to see how the issues were resolved.
Most good companies have resolved, or are resolving, any issues that may have arisen. If the company passes muster, you have now accomplished 1 of 3 steps to choosing a printer who can make truck decal graphics.
Warning: The Better Business Bureau is NOT perfect! Our company had a dispute with a credit card processing company that convinced us to sign up for some services that did not work. After several months of squabbling, we cancelled the deal because the company never fulfilled their side of the agreement.
They ended up deducting more than $1200.00 from our bank account and refused to refund anything. BBB would not assign that particular company any negatives due to the fact that the promises were verbal and were not in the contract.
You may not see the whole story with the BBB. So if I were you, Google the name of the decal printer, and if there is any dirt on them, it will show up on the front page of Google on RipoffReport.com. While this site is not perfect either, if the company you are wanting shows up on this site, you should see if there are many complaints.
Had we checked out that credit card processing company we had before, they had a rap sheet a mile deep on this site and we would never have signed on with them if we had checked this site. So, check the company out and if they are clean here, go to step 3.
Check with the Complaints Board Online
Lastly, check out ComplaintsBoard.com. Follow the same rules and procedures as you did with RipOffReport.com. And now, you should have a pretty good idea if the company is on the top.
There is still a chance that a disgruntled client, who ordered decals from your company of interest, may have posted on another site. But the odds are much better if no complaints can be found on your company of interest. If this is the case, go ahead and have them make your truck decals.
Or, review a couple more consumer watchdog websites if you want to. Search the term “Truck Decal Complaints.” If there are any complaints against the company you wanted to print your custom truck decals, you may also expose them with that term.
LAST UPDATED ON: December 28, 2017