Okay, the total order is for 370 badges at $0.47 each. That breaks down to the following cost (CONUS):
International shipping Rate*: Please adjust your payment
$11.95 (Mexico/Canada), $13.95 (all other countries)
Please have payment in by May 12
See the spreadsheet
for calculation details
(The following shamelessly stolen from Opie)
The spreadsheet so you can look at what you ordered and your costs...
After you have figured your orders total, send it to ebay_admin(at) wlem (dot) us via paypal. In the comments box, please include your order information; Qty Ordered AND YOUR HF MONIKER. Very important I know whos paid and whos who and without your HF name, I wont know whos who paying for whos order. (lol) Once all monies are in, I will place the order. I was told it will take Moritz Embroidery about 3 weeks to produce the order and then ship. It will probably take another week to get to me and then another week to distribute. So please be patient!!! If you have ANY questions about your order or making payment, please contact me prior to making the payment so we get it right the first time.
At this point, if you want to back out its up to you to find someone to take your share. So if you're sitting on the sidelines banging your head that you missed out, post your interest.
I prefer payment be made using the "goods and services" option. This allows me to print postage here at home. Choosing the "gift" option keeps paypal from giving me your address. The fees paypal takes from a payment for "goods and services" has been factored into the price. If you choose the "gift" option, you will simply be giving me the 2.9% and then I have to buy postage at the post office. A bit more time consuming.
[moderator's note: Using "gift" or "personal" options when purchasing goods and services is specifically not allowed in the HF terms of service as well as PayPal's own terms of service. PayPal's terms of service states that "if you are selling goods or services, you may not ask the buyer to send you a Personal Payment for the purchase. If you do so, PayPal may remove your ability to accept Personal Payments". Purchases made with the "Personal Payment" option are also not eligible for PayPal's buyer protections ("Purchase Protections")].