What is the Billie Razor customer service number? Billie Razor customers have long known that shaving products for men have long dominated the market. The company’s official site implies that this is at least in part, “why we’re still overpaying for women’s razors and referred to as goddesses for shaving.”
Billie Razor offers a subscription service that includes a nine dollar starter kit featuring a Billie Razor handle, magnetic holder, and a pair of razor heads. You can make additional payments to get replacement razor heads at regular intervals.
The usual reasons why you might need to contact the company by phone include checking the status of an order, updating an order, or even canceling an order. The company’s official site states that it’s best to start by making changes or checking order statuses online via your Billie Razor account page.
You can also contact them via email: firstname.lastname@example.org
In cases where you need to speak to a live person, call the Billie Razor Customer Service number at 888-820-7422.
Common Billie Razor Customer Service Questions
Q. How long does it take to begin my subscription?
A. Billie Starter Kits are processed at sign-up time. Your first shipment “usually arrives within 4-7 business days” according to the official site.
Q. How do I track my order?
A. You will find information about your shipments online via your account page.
Q. When are my recurring shipments sent out?
A. Billie Razor shipments are “determined by your original sign up date and how frequently you wish to have blades delivered” according to the official site. After you get the first shipment, the next deliveries will arrive within seven days of the shipment date.
Q. Do I pay postage?
A. The Billie Razor official site says there is free shipping for all subscriptions priced at $15 or more.
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