Neptune Society Announces New Online Enrollment Plan
The Neptune Society is announcing a new way to enroll in its prepaid cremation service through a new website. The idea behind the creation of the website is to allow for delicate cremation arrangements to be made at home, rather than in person. Many people have busy schedules and a meeting during business hours is not often possible.
“Traffic to our site has increased tremendously, so it is clear that this is a real need we are fulfilling,” said Dana Hanson, Neptune Society’s Website Manager.
It takes just minutes to make cremation arrangements from home. No personal information is required when a client enrolls online and all paperwork is sent through priority mail for signature. It is simple and no salesmen are involved.
The Neptune Society is licensed by the State of California, and is a member-in-excellent-standing of the Better Business Bureau, serving California for more than 35 years.
“Families love the idea of not having to come into an office to make cremation arrangements,” said Hanson.
For more information, call Neptune Society at (877) 553-5575 or visit them on the web at neptunecremation.com.
About Neptune Society
The Neptune Society is California’s leading prepaid cremation service. For more than 35 years, Neptune Society has helped individuals with the cremation pre-planning process, coordinating all aspects of the cremation plan for them after their passing, including at-need cremation.
The Neptune Society serves San Jose, Monterey, Fresno, Bakersfield, Modesto, and Orange County. They offer a guarantee to their clients: “Your peace of mind is important to us, that’s why if you are not satisfied with your decision to pre-pay, simply let us know at any time. For the last 35 years, anyone who has changed their mind has received a 100% refund. Your trust is important to us.”
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