My dad won’t let me use his stamps anymore. I tried asking my neighbors but they dont use stamps. So…I’ll could someone send me 3 stamps. For $2.
Then how are you suppose to send the money?
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Its quite simple. You send the stamps. So I could use 1 stamp that you sent to send the money. DUH!
3 stamps for $2 and you cant get me an extra buck for the legacy ???.
Most supermarkets sell them.
Why are you trying to purchase stamps by mail? Most local post offices have them. If you can’t find them there, here is a website that lets you purchase legal stamps, print them, and paste them on your letters: http://www.stamps.com/welcome/?subsource=31386796
Hope this helps
You can get them anywhere. This way isn’t the proper way to do it, but if you are home alone, get one, hide the envelore/pacakge, then next time your parents go into the Post Office, run, and put the envelope in the box. ;D
Parents wont let me use credit card. I have no ride.
My parents hid their stamps away from me. So I can’t find it.
Well find them!
Naw - just hope for the best.
I would think that buying stamps from another person over the internet would be difficult.
I think that you should just buy it at a supermarket or something.
You can also apply for a debit card at your local bank. To convince your parents to do so, just say it’s a good thing to learn, and it will give you a lesson in responsibility. To get free mail, take the envelope out of junk mail envelopes (the ones that have pre-paid postage on them), cross out the printed address and write in your own. And now you have free, stampless mail!
You can do that Kapcom?
I would think that’s illegal.
I know a good trick…l.that won’t work too well sometimes.
Write the return address to where you want it to be shipped, then put it in the mailbox with no stamp!
Of course, I’m kidding. But you really should go shopping with your parents and bring like…$8 for 20 stamps, or 16 for 40 stamps to last a long time.
Well, let’s just say this. I found it in “Steal this Book” by Abby Hoffman, so it’s probably a questional method at best. But, it would serve those stupid credit card companies right, no? If they’re going to send junk mail, might as well have them pay for it.