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Has NE1 called or faxed an order to Waloth & Nesch. I have been unable to connect by phone. email works great but I don't want to send credit card # on E mail. Big zoo help desks says they tried and it is a non working # ??. 011 49 02932 700020 or 02932 83915 Fax have not worked.

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You can fax your credit card # and exp date in two separate faxes......that's what I have done in the past....when ordering overseas.

HTH,

John

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URL: http://www.my2002tii.com/faq/orderform.doc'>http://www.my2002tii.com/faq/orderform.doc

If you are paranoid, just use their template MS Word document file you fill out for an order. More paranoid? You zip the word document and send that.

Beyond that, your card # being stolen is always a possibility - in more ways than email... the largest amount of stolen credit cards takes places in restaraunt.

You are only liable for the amount that is agreed upon (generally $50-$75) by your credit card.

Emails are much cheaper than calling internationally or faxes, and stuff doesn't get caught in the language barrier.

I've made about 10 transactions with them in 2 years. Awesome people to work with.

So many people have asked - here's the link (above)to their order form in Word format if you don't have it.

The latest english price list is here on my site:

http://www.my2002tii.com/faq/wnprice.pdf'>http://www.my2002tii.com/faq/wnprice.pdf

Keith

'74tii-Stella

http://www.my2002tii.com

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