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Fire Mountain Gem

From: Elizabeth R.
Sent on: Wednesday, February 24, 2010 2:23 AM

I hope you don't mind that I post to the nailing list.

 

Here's the website for Fire Mountain Gems:      http://www.firemountaingems.com/

 

They also have a "e catalog", it's a online version of the full catalog.      The catalog is available for download in PDF, but with one huge drawback.      You have to download ONE page at a time.      Extremely tedious when the catalog is a 1000+ pages.

 

Group orders are very allowed at FMG (fire mountain gems).      The biggest discounts are given to orders with 200 or more items.         It does not have to be 200 different itsems, multiples of the same item count (example: 10 packages of a single size/type cabachon or bead will count as 10 items).

 

I plan on placing a large order some time this summer, you are all welcome to hop on board with orders of any size (even just a few items).     

 

If a lot of people want to buy something, a order can be placed any time.      For example, if 20 people want to place an order, then each person only needs to get 10 items (can be more if you wish, of course).      Cost of the item doesn't matter, just quantity.       If some of you wish to buy more than 10, like 20 items for example, then less people will be need, or others would be able to place a smaller order.

 

I figure a meetup can be held to finalize/collect orders and collect the money needed for each order.         If I'm placing the order, I require payment before I place the order.      No money, no goods, that's my only rule.         I figure this would be a great option for those who don't want to use paypal.         It would actually be easier on me because I could use my checking account to pay for the order instead of paypal.

 

Liz

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