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#3321 belledame

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    Posted 07 April 2013 - 08:30 PM

    Hello Ladies,

     

    Does anyone know where I can buy colour fingerprint ink pads?



    #3322 belledame

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      Posted 07 April 2013 - 08:34 PM

      I filled out the credit card payment sheet and faxed it to the resort. I received an email from Chandlyn asking for a photocopy(back and front) of my credit card along with photo ID.  I'm very uncomfortable with this. I can understand giving the credit number and expiry date, but they also want the code at the back of the card. Does this sound a bit too much or am I over reacting?



      #3323 belledame

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        Posted 07 April 2013 - 08:34 PM

        Sorry, wrong thread!! lol



        #3324 Loreal30

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          Posted 08 April 2013 - 04:45 AM

          Originally Posted by belledame 

          Hello Ladies,

           

          Does anyone know where I can buy colour fingerprint ink pads?

          Michael's definitely has them. :)



          #3325 TinkerSofi

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          Posted 08 April 2013 - 03:12 PM

          Originally Posted by belledame 

          I filled out the credit card payment sheet and faxed it to the resort. I received an email from Chandlyn asking for a photocopy(back and front) of my credit card along with photo ID.  I'm very uncomfortable with this. I can understand giving the credit number and expiry date, but they also want the code at the back of the card. Does this sound a bit too much or am I over reacting?

          Sometimes I run payments for my mom for our family business and when you don't physically have the card the machine asks you for the security code. I know it feels weird, maybe do a bit more research, but that's my experience at least. 



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          #3326 DinaQtobe

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          Posted 08 April 2013 - 03:45 PM

          Originally Posted by belledame 

          I filled out the credit card payment sheet and faxed it to the resort. I received an email from Chandlyn asking for a photocopy(back and front) of my credit card along with photo ID.  I'm very uncomfortable with this. I can understand giving the credit number and expiry date, but they also want the code at the back of the card. Does this sound a bit too much or am I over reacting?

           



          I had to do the same thing for reserving our wedding at the Now Sapphire.  I'm not sure why.  I wasn't too worried about it because if your card is compromised you are usually only responsible for the first 50-100$ of the fraudulent charges. Personally, I was more uncomfortable sending my photo ID.  I sent my work ID, but got an e-mail back (immediately) that it wasn't sufficient and they needed my drivers license.  I ended up just biting the bullet and doing it...  The e-mail was directly to the specific wedding coordinator so I felt a bit better about that.



          #3327 SusanMike2013

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            Posted 12 April 2013 - 08:11 AM

            Hello All,

             

            I have been lucky enough to have an amazing travel agent who has gone well above and beyond what her normal duties are and I would like to send her something nice as a thank you.

             

            I am stumped.. any suggestions?



            #3328 Peach

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              Posted 12 April 2013 - 08:29 AM

              Originally Posted by SusanMike2013 

              Hello All,

               

              I have been lucky enough to have an amazing travel agent who has gone well above and beyond what her normal duties are and I would like to send her something nice as a thank you.

               

              I am stumped.. any suggestions?

               

              What about bringing her back a nice souvenir from your destination?



              #3329 SusanMike2013

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                Posted 12 April 2013 - 08:11 AM

                Hello All,

                 

                I have been lucky enough to have an amazing travel agent who has gone well above and beyond what her normal duties are and I would like to send her something nice as a thank you.

                 

                I am stumped.. any suggestions?



                #3330 Peach

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                  Posted 12 April 2013 - 08:29 AM

                  Originally Posted by SusanMike2013 

                  Hello All,

                   

                  I have been lucky enough to have an amazing travel agent who has gone well above and beyond what her normal duties are and I would like to send her something nice as a thank you.

                   

                  I am stumped.. any suggestions?

                   

                  What about bringing her back a nice souvenir from your destination?






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