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Saturday, 20 September 2014

...Win a stamp set!


So, what is this, and why would we need one here at WMS? And you must be very specifically right.....Answers below please, I'll pop you in a draw for a free stamp set, will pick a winner Saturday night!

50 comments:

  1. My guess, a calculator for giving a discount at a big sale???

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  2. A calculator to make sure there is enough money in your checking account to place your order?

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  3. It looks like a telephone to me. WMS would need one of these to take stamp orders from customers.

    craftymom205 at yahoo dot com

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  4. Is it a card reader for taking credit card payments? That would come in handy if you were going to attend craft shows or open a shop.

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  5. Is it the machine you get from your bank for internet banking? I'm guessing you have a ton of internet banking to do?!!

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  6. I think Paypal has a credit card reader that looks like that!

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  7. calculating stamp discount? My wishful thinking... :)

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  8. I think it's a battery-operated calculator to total orders when the power goes at at WMS - I know you just keep on going no matter what, Claire!

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  9. its for making a cell phone...an iphone maybe!

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  10. Adding machine. Mary Brown

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  11. My guess is a postage meter, possibly with a scale.

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  12. A Texas Instruments scientific calculator. I don't know why.

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  13. Looks like a point of sale machine to me...so you can take payments of any kind anywhere....fun!

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  14. It looks like a calculator. It would come on handy if WMS was to attend a big show and no regular register for sales transactions was available.

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  15. Is it a card reader keypad for taking and making manual payments if you don't use PayPal ?

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  16. Is it a card reader keypad for making manual payments if you don't use PayPal or secure banking?

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  17. I'm thinking it's a remote ... are you going to start some video tutorials? If so, that's so exciting ... can't wait! Anita :)

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  18. Some great guesses!! I think a calculator used for the many orders you will received from a HUGE new release ... after all, the holidays are coming!

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  19. It looks like a small calculator to use as an embelishment on a card or scrapbook page and it goes with a stamp set. Well, that is my guess. Alice Roushia. :)

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  20. It looks like one of the PayPal chip and pin machines?

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  21. It looks like a small calculator to use as an embelishment on a card or scrapbook page and it goes with a stamp set. Well, that is my guess. Alice Roushia. :)

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  22. Oh and why you would need one? For crops and classes and shows to let more people buy your fab stamps!

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  23. I would say this is a paypal card reader :)

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  24. A converter for euros into different denominations as you are in Ireland and trade in euros.

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  25. Is it a card reader key pad for manual transactions if you don't use PayPal or internet payment?

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  26. I'd say it's a calculator, so you can calculate if your order is big enough for free delivery ;)

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  27. Is it a debit/credit card reader?

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  28. those colors are interesting. don't see too many things that are beige with chocolate brown numbers. and the beige looks like it has a wood grain. my head hurts from this fun riddle.

    i'm going with a calculator made out of chocolate because you are so sweet.

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  29. I´m quite sure it´s a calculator. Maybe to convert GBP to USD and EUR?!

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  30. Point of Sale machine for debit/credit cards - for a new storefront possibly?

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  31. Is it a remote control for making labels?

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  32. It's a Paypal card reader. Why do you need it? I'm guessing that you are headed to a big craft fair.

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  33. My guess is a card reader for paypal! So you can accept payment for orders of gorgeous Waltzingmouse goodies on your phone!

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  34. It's a calculator to tally all those orders because we love you so.

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  35. its a wood veneer embellisment made by Your new die and stamp set :-)

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  36. It's a PayPal Here credit card reader

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  37. A calculator to work out your taxes for the lovely Inland Revenue?

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  38. Looks like your good 'ol adding machine. You need them to add, subtract, multiply our orders, and bonus points!

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  39. My husband thinks it is a label maker - he works for Brother so just thinks that everyone should have one! I think it is a card reader because WMS is going out on the road...which would be great :)

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  40. I think it's a PayPal chip and pin machine for taking payment at shows and other out-and-about events. Come round to my house and I'll test it out for you ;)

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  41. A calculator to figure out discount prices!!!

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  42. I think it is a Paypal chip and pin card reader.

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  43. Oh, silly girl! Of course it's a calculator soi can make sure i have enough in my account to buy all the new releases!
    How fun!

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  44. Papal or another electronic payment method? Are you opening a bricks and mortar store?
    Exciting!!

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  45. Not a calculator, the numbers are in the wrong order, unless they do them differently there. I thought maybe a sewing machine but I am pondering that SYM button so think not. Afraid you have stumped me.

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  46. It's a calculator to measure the amount of tickle customers are getting for the holiday season!

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  47. Old phone keypad? Adding machine numbers go the other way, 123 is at the bottom.

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  48. Looks like a vintage calculator. I'm guessing that you used it as a reference for a new stamp set.

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  49. It is a calculator and there are 2 things I thought of: 1st- to use at a fabulous sale; 2nd- a stamp set based on the older calculators.

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