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END OF THE YEAR CLEARANCE SALE!!! | jewelry sale

Necklace-Bag1 (33)Beginning Oct. 1 I will be featuring a huge sale of my surplus necklaces.  I need to make room for new items and I am overstocked.

Sale prices range from $2 -$20

In order for you to take advantage of this terrific offer just go to the Website for Jewelry A La Mode at http://jewelryalamode.com and start browsing the listings.  The sale includes items from Etsy listings.  The price you will pay for an item will be one-half of the original price.  For example, the $14.97 listings will be sold for $7.47, plus shipping. I ship to the US at USPS prices according to the weight.  International shipping is at USPS prices for each country.

If you would like to purchase an item, please let me know the item name, SKU number and current sale price.  Sale items will be shipped in a plastic baggie and a carefully padded package.

I originally listed these on my Etsy Shop, MizMlu and I hope that you will find one or more pieces that you really like and help me make room in my studio for more new creations.

These items will be on sale until December 31st. These are one of a kind pieces. Once sold, they are gone. Your only guarantee to get the piece you want, is to purchase it when you see it. There are no holds for products. All sales are final.

A New Way to Trick You

Be careful, be aware.  There’s a new device out there to trap you into purchasing something you don’t want and didn’t authorize.  The telemarketers are using a  new system to get you.  It’s the simple word, “yes”.  If, during the call, you say “yes” at any time, answering yes, even acknowledging your name, the word is captured and can be used to make a purchase of an item you probably don’t want.

It works so simply, it’s amazing and so easy to trap you into buying something you probably wouldn’t want.  It starts as soon as you pick up the phone to answer the call.  The caller says, “Is this Mrs., or Mr. Jones?”, using your name.  If the caller has your name you naturally say, “Yes.”  That’s the normal response.  And they’ve got you!  With your recorded “Yes” they can copy that word and apply it to the product they are promoting.  You have now accepted the purchase of the item they are selling and will be charged.  You don’t even know it’s happened.

So, be aware.  When the phone rings, let it ring a couple of times, prepare yourself for the possibility that it may not be one of your family or friends. It may be a telemarketer.  Be prepared to pause if they ask “Is this Mrs. or Mr. Jones,” (using your name), do not reply immediately.  If it isn’t someone you know, just hang up. Do not answerJust hang up.  This is a call you don’t want and should not be concerned about being abrupt or discourteous.  You are being careful and smart.

Pass this on to your family and friends.  I heard it on Ch, 7 last night.