“Basicfunerals.com offers the same, exact services you would get from a traditional funeral parlor, at about half the price,” Basic Funerals CEO Mazzone said. “Families can get exactly what they want, without being guilted into expensive packages.”
San Diego, CA (PRWEB) May 10, 2012
San Diego families are now able to handle funeral arrangements for their loved ones from the privacy and comfort of their homes, without the high pressure of dealing with traditional funeral parlors – and at half the price.
Basic Funerals and Cremation Choices (http://www.basicfunerals.com) is the first licensed, full-service Internet funeral company in the U.S. It is located in San Diego, CA and is operated by former La Jolla resident Dominic Mazzone, and Eric Vandermeersch, a licensed funeral director with 15 years experience.
“Basicfunerals.com offers the same, exact services you would get from a traditional funeral parlor, at about half the price,” Basic Funerals CEO Mazzone said. “Families love the fact that they can pick and choose their funeral arrangements, instead of having to purchase an expensive package they don't need.” Low overhead reduces expenses, allowing Basic Funerals to pass the savings onto families when they need it the most.
The company employs licensed funeral directors and is equipped to handle all the necessary arrangements, including transfer from the place of death, to required documentation forms and proof of death certificates.
“We are there for you, from start to finish,” Mazzone said, adding that one of basicfunerals' most popular features is the Real-Time Chat option that allows users to chat with a licensed, professional funeral director from the privacy and comfort of home, anytime day or night.
“It's a concept whose time has come,” according to Basic Funerals President Eric Vandermeersch. “The funeral industry operates in the 21st century with a 17th century model. Basic Funerals finally gives families a choice, so they can make funeral arrangements that truly fit their needs and budget.”
In addition, Hispanic families can browse the site entirely in Spanish, and talk with a Spanish-speaking funeral director.
How it works
1. Contact Basic Funerals
Inform Basic Funerals that someone has passed away. This can be done on the website with easy-to-use contact forms, the real-time chat option, or simply by calling at any time, 24 hours per day, and 7 days per week.
2. The Arrangement Process
Families can go to http: http://www.basicfunerals.com for 24/7 support and guidance in making funeral arrangements. Basic Funerals offers online and over the phone arrangements as well as in person (either in-home or at an arrangement location). 95% of customers make all their arrangements over the phone or online.
3. Serving All Needs
Depending on the choice of services, Basic Funerals will follow through with everything necessary, including the transfer from the place of death, required documentation including CPP forms and proof of death certificates.
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