Thursday, January 14, 2010

Tutorial -- How To Pay With Credit Card Through Paypal

(written by Mollie Chen at Mu-Yin Jewelry)

You don't need a paypal account to pay for a paypal invoice. If you receive a paypal invoice but would like to pay with a credit card, here's a step-by-step tutorial.

Your invoice would be a separate email with a subject as "(Vendor's Name) would like to be paid through paypal".Open this email, and click "Pay Now", and you will be prompted to the payment page.

This page describes what you are being charged for.Review the charges and click "continue"

Ignore tha big "log in to paypal" box on right of the next page. Instead, you will see a small link on the left side of the page next to the credit card logos that says "Continue" .Click it.

Here's the page where you fill out all of your credit card info(left side).After you fill out the details,click "Review Order and Continue" to finalize the payment, and you're done!

This is a very secure way to pay for your online purchases.It is more secure than giving your credit card number to the vendor over the phone or in person, because the vendor will not see your credit card info when you pay through this method.Also, even if you have a paypal account, you can still use this method to pay with credit card.

I hope you find this tutorial helpful!

Sunday, January 10, 2010

Member Profile- Realisation Creations

Shop name: Realisation Creations (etsy ID: realisationcreations)
Category: jewellery and accessories
Specialty: Natalia of Realisation Creations designs elaborate
wirewrapped jewellery with a distinct luxe, slightly noir, style.

Special offer: please write "FTEC" in the "notes to seller" at checkout for 10% discount, FTEC members are eligible for a further 10% discount.

Thursday, January 7, 2010

Member Profile-Purple Sage Designz

Shop name: Purple Sage Designz (Etsy ID: purplesagedesignz)

Category: accessories, crochet beanies

Specialty: Purple Sage Designz specializes in crochet hippie hats, dread tams and patchwork skirts.

All hats are hand crocheted and Angelika's own designs. She also incorporates hemp and eco yarns to offer environmental friendly materials. Most of her skirts are sewn with recycled or vintage fabrics. She accepts custom orders and has a quick turn around. Professionally finished and with an even stitch tension her beanies will last to wear for many years. Styles range from skullcaps, berets to slouchy beanies and oversized dreadlocks hats.

Special offers: purplesagedesignz offers 5% to all FTEC blog readers. Use

Code FTEC at checkout to receive 5% paypal rebate. FTEC Team members

Receives 10% off on all orders.

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