June 18, 2013, 9:25 AM

Borderfree Partners with Ross-Simons

The jeweler is able to ship its products to over 100 countries, including Australia, Canada, Japan, United Kingdom and throughout Europe.

Sending the perfect gift is now easier than ever. Ross-Simons, one of the country’s leading jewelers, has partnered with Borderfree to extend its global reach. Currently, the company is able to ship its fabulous jewelry to over 100 countries, including Australia, Canada, Japan, United Kingdom and throughout Europe.

“We are thrilled to showcase Ross-Simons’ merchandise globally,” notes Darrell Ross, CEO and president of Ross-Simons. “It is a tremendous milestone to provide customers throughout the world with our extensive selection of jewelry. And in keeping true to the Ross-Simons value premise, our international shipping rates are as low as possible. It appears that shopping for fabulous jewels at affordable prices possesses universal appeal.”

Borderfree is widely recognized as a market leader in international ecommerce, enabling merchandise to be shipped quickly, securely and hassle-free. The process is simple yet effective: customers choose their country and currency and can then calculate the duties and taxes prior to check-out. This guarantees all costs at the time of purchase, so there will be no surprise charges upon delivery. A complete summary of these services are available on the Ross-Simons website at the international landing page.

These new shipping options are a huge advantage for online gift-givers across the globe. Residents of the US who wish to send gifts abroad will receive a guaranteed order total.  Alternatively, Americans living or traveling abroad can pay in US dollars with a credit card and have the merchandise shipped anywhere in the world.  An added plus: every item comes with Ross-Simons’ signature 100% Satisfaction Guarantee.

“We are very excited to partner with Ross-Simons and bring their jewelry collection and exceptional service to consumers around the world,” said Michael DeSimone, CEO of Borderfree. “At Borderfree, we break down the barriers customers typically face when trying to buy products from international retailers and ensure that they have a seamless shopping experience from the moment they visit the website through final delivery of their purchase.”

The appeal of Ross-Simons merchandise continues to grow significantly. Now, international customers will have access to the same incredible value pricing and extensive jewelry and gift selection currently available to domestic customers. Shoppers can choose from dazzling diamonds, vibrant colored gemstones, updated pearls, beautiful gold and silver designs and one-of-a-kind estate pieces; all merchandise is priced up to 75% below regular retail prices.

As America's favorite jeweler for over 60 years, Ross-Simons has provided exceptional service and delivered fabulous jewelry to over 4 million satisfied customers. With designer jewelry collections and couture straight from the runway, Ross-Simons has dazzled generations of families with its amazing selection and great prices.

New York City-based Borderfree is the recognized market leader in international ecommerce, operating a technology and services platform that the world’s most iconic brands rely on to expand globally and transact with customers in 103 countries and territories and more than 60 currencies worldwide. Borderfree manages all aspects of international online retailing including: localized pricing and payment processing, landed cost calculation, customs clearance and brokerage, fraud management, logistics orchestration, and customer-experience parity. For more information, visit www.borderfree.com.

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