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Re: News on Chevreul Order Status

Aaron Elin
 

I also emailed a completer order form and would like to know if it was received as I would not want to miss out on early ordering. 

Thanks
Aaron Elin

On Fri, Jan 10, 2020 at 5:20 PM Dan Margulis via Groups.Io <dmargulis=aol.com@groups.io> wrote:

On Jan 10, 2020, at 5:09 PM, Michael Colby <mcolby@...> wrote:

I sent an email to sales@... with the completed PDF (with a digital signature) attached.  Was it received?

yes


Re: News on Chevreul Order Status

Dan Margulis
 


On Jan 10, 2020, at 5:09 PM, Michael Colby <mcolby@...> wrote:

I sent an email to sales@... with the completed PDF (with a digital signature) attached.  Was it received?

yes


Re: News on Chevreul Order Status

Michael Colby
 

I sent an email to sales@... with the completed PDF (with a digital signature) attached.  Was it received?

Michael Colby


Re: Order form

Mike Weis
 

I used the Adobe Fill & Sign app on my iPad.

Mike Weis


News on Chevreul Order Status

Dan Margulis
 

Two individuals (initials below) have submitted what were labeled as orders, but the message had no attachment:
MD
KH

Dan Margulis

P.S.


Re: Order form

Douglas K. Jardine
 

My free version of Adobe Acrobat allowed me to create a digital signature--my very first digital signature!:-)

Doug

On 2020-01-10 11:13 a.m., Kevin Stecyk wrote:
On Fri, Jan 10, 2020 at 12:02 PM, Ignacio Noriega wrote:
Someone mentioned they had digitally signed the form and sent it in.
How do you do that?
Assuming you have Adobe Acrobat, you can do the following:
  1.  Save the PDF order form to your computer.
  2.  Open it up in Adobe Acrobat
  3.  Put your cursor in the Signature Field
  4.  It will then prompt you to create a digital signature. You can purchase certificates or use your computer. I just used my computer.
  5.  Just follow along the steps from there.

I have gotten to Step 4 where I created the digital signature. I will fill out the form later this afternoon.

I have Adobe Acrobat paid version that comes with the Adobe suite of products. I am assuming, though I might be wrong, that the free version of Acrobat should do the same thing.

I hope this helps.

Kevin


Re: Heads up re ordering Chevreul book

Douglas K. Jardine
 

Wonderful, Dan.� Please sign the copy that is mailed to me--ah yes, I've yet to pay for it, but that must be coming.:-)

Ciao,

Doug

On 2020-01-10 10:53 a.m., Dan Margulis via Groups.Io wrote:

On Jan 10, 2020, at 1:34 PM, Douglas K. Jardine <d_jardine@...> wrote:

As of this time, 10:23a.m. PST, I have been through all the posts regarding submitted order files being rejected.

At 9:36a.m. PST, today Friday Jan 10, I sent my digitally signed order form (probably the form preceding your oder form #2) to the sales address that Sterling gave me in his post that is time stamped Jan 09, 2020 at 10:51p.m. PST.� To this point in time I have not received any "system type" post saying that my post has been rejected.

In the face of this, I am therefore not completing and mailing a second order form using your form #2--or, should I be submitting an order using form #2?

Appreciate your further advice.

Doug,

The situation is such that I�m not sure of what you were up to with Sterling, but one way or another an order came in from you at 9:37 PST for one book.�

Dan


Re: Chevreul Book Payment Clarification

Robert Emory
 

New Hampshire does NOT have a sales tax and none should be collected if (when) I place an order
Bob in NH



From: "Rick Gordon" <lists@...>
To: colortheory@groups.io
Sent: Friday, January 10, 2020 4:09:29 PM
Subject: Re: [colortheory] Chevreul Book Payment Clarification

The question is paying WHOM. PayPal requires a recipient email address, a choice between paying to Friends and Family (fee-free) or for Goods and Services (recipient pays fee). The form lists tax as 7.5%, but that varies by state and locale. 

RIck Gordon


Re: Chevreul Book Payment Clarification

Rick Gordon
 

The question is paying WHOM. PayPal requires a recipient email address, a choice between paying to Friends and Family (fee-free) or for Goods and Services (recipient pays fee). The form lists tax as 7.5%, but that varies by state and locale. 

RIck Gordon


Re: Chevreul Book Payment Clarification

Dan Margulis
 


On Jan 10, 2020, at 3:35 PM, Rick Gordon <lists@...> wrote:

Can I assume — because I don't see it specified anywhere — that
  • PayPal would be to sales@...?
  • Friends and family (heh-heh)?
  • Sales tax will be 7.5%, regardless of US destination?

_._,_._,_


I don’t know. The order form doesn’t require payment. It generates an invoice that gives instructions for the many choices one has. You can pay in Bitcoin if you like.

Dan Margulis




Re: Heads up re ordering Chevreul book

Kevin Stecyk
 

On Fri, Jan 10, 2020 at 01:34 PM, Sterling Ledet wrote:

Your order was received. We’re gong to do a full batch of invoices late tonight so everyone who placed an order today should get their invoice early tomorrow morning.

 

Paypal is the easiest way for us to accept payment, but we can also accept other types if needed. Just let us know once you receive the invoice. The invoice will come from paypal but if you want to pay some other way, just reply to it and let us know how you’d like to pay.

Thank you very much, Sterling, for your confirmation and all your assistance with Dan's book.

I will be sure to pay the invoice tomorrow.

Sincerely,
Kevin


Chevreul Book Payment Clarification

Rick Gordon
 

Can I assume — because I don't see it specified anywhere — that
  • PayPal would be to sales@...?
  • Friends and family (heh-heh)?
  • Sales tax will be 7.5%, regardless of US destination?
Thanks,
___________________________________________
RICK GORDON
EMERALD VALLEY GRAPHICS AND CONSULTING
___________________________________________
WWW: http://www.shelterpub.com


Re: Heads up re ordering Chevreul book

Sterling Ledet
 

Your order was received. We’re gong to do a full batch of invoices late tonight so everyone who placed an order today should get their invoice early tomorrow morning.

 

Paypal is the easiest way for us to accept payment, but we can also accept other types if needed. Just let us know once you receive the invoice. The invoice will come from paypal but if you want to pay some other way, just reply to it and let us know how you’d like to pay.

 

 

 

From: <colortheory@groups.io> on behalf of "Kevin Stecyk via Groups.Io" <stecyk@...>
Reply-To: "colortheory@groups.io" <colortheory@groups.io>
Date: Friday, January 10, 2020 at 3:31 PM
To: "colortheory@groups.io" <colortheory@groups.io>
Subject: Re: [colortheory] Heads up re ordering Chevreul book

 

On Fri, Jan 10, 2020 at 12:32 PM, Kevin Stecyk wrote:

I just sent my order to sales . . . 

A few seconds later, I got the following response.

I sent my order using a different email address fifteen minutes ago. So far, no rejected email notifications.

Dan, if you could, please, confirm that you've received my order, I would appreciate that.

Sincerely,

Kevin


Re: Heads up re ordering Chevreul book

Kevin Stecyk
 

On Fri, Jan 10, 2020 at 12:32 PM, Kevin Stecyk wrote:
I just sent my order to sales . . . 

A few seconds later, I got the following response.

I sent my order using a different email address fifteen minutes ago. So far, no rejected email notifications.

Dan, if you could, please, confirm that you've received my order, I would appreciate that.

Sincerely,

Kevin


Re: Order form

Kevin Stecyk
 

Hello Ignacio,

You have gone beyond my pay grade, which is easy to do. 

I just finished filling out the form. I did not get that error, so I am unable to advise you further.

I hope the rest of the process goes smoothly.

Sincerely,
Kevin


Re: Heads up re ordering Chevreul book

Kevin Stecyk
 

I just sent my order to sales@....

A few seconds later, I got the following response.

====================================

mtaproxy214.aol.mail.bf1.yahoo.com rejected your message to the following email addresses:

DMargulis@...
Your message wasn't delivered because the recipient's mailbox is quarantined. If the problem continues, please contact your email admin.

mtaproxy214.aol.mail.bf1.yahoo.com gave this error:
Message not accepted for policy reasons. See https://help.yahoo.com/kb/postmaster/SLN7253.html


=================

Any suggestions?

Kevin


Re: Order form

Ignacio Noriega
 

I do have Adobe Acrobat and I created a digital signature on my computer but I get this error:

Adobe Acrobat DC error.
Bad parameter.

I guess I’ll have to do it the old fashion way.
Thanks anyway Kevin

Ignacio Noriega

On Jan 10, 2020, at 11:13 AM, Kevin Stecyk <stecyk@...> wrote:

On Fri, Jan 10, 2020 at 12:02 PM, Ignacio Noriega wrote:
Someone mentioned they had digitally signed the form and sent it in.
How do you do that?
Assuming you have Adobe Acrobat, you can do the following:
  1.  Save the PDF order form to your computer.
  2.  Open it up in Adobe Acrobat
  3.  Put your cursor in the Signature Field
  4.  It will then prompt you to create a digital signature. You can purchase certificates or use your computer. I just used my computer.
  5.  Just follow along the steps from there.

I have gotten to Step 4 where I created the digital signature. I will fill out the form later this afternoon.

I have Adobe Acrobat paid version that comes with the Adobe suite of products. I am assuming, though I might be wrong, that the free version of Acrobat should do the same thing.

I hope this helps.

Kevin


Re: Order form

Kevin Stecyk
 

On Fri, Jan 10, 2020 at 12:02 PM, Ignacio Noriega wrote:
Someone mentioned they had digitally signed the form and sent it in.
How do you do that?
Assuming you have Adobe Acrobat, you can do the following:
  1.  Save the PDF order form to your computer.
  2.  Open it up in Adobe Acrobat
  3.  Put your cursor in the Signature Field
  4.  It will then prompt you to create a digital signature. You can purchase certificates or use your computer. I just used my computer.
  5.  Just follow along the steps from there.

I have gotten to Step 4 where I created the digital signature. I will fill out the form later this afternoon.

I have Adobe Acrobat paid version that comes with the Adobe suite of products. I am assuming, though I might be wrong, that the free version of Acrobat should do the same thing.

I hope this helps.

Kevin


Order form

Ignacio Noriega
 

Someone mentioned they had digitally signed the form and sent it in.
How do you do that?


Re: Heads up re ordering Chevreul book

Kevin Stecyk
 

On Fri, Jan 10, 2020 at 11:38 AM, Dan Margulis wrote:
Our current opinion is that it doesn’t apply to anyone. It’s a Georgia state tax and since the product for this offer will never get within 5,000 km of Georgia there is a question as to whether it applies. We have the line there in case investigation reveals otherwise.
I skipped over this in my prior reply. So disregard my last comment. I might still be liable for GST when the book arrives.

Kevin

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