Paying For Art Made Easy
This post brought to you by Western Union. All opinions are 100% mine.
I have been watching several TV shows pertaining to auctions lately and although I am more interested in the origin, age and historic value of the items, it makes me wonder how phone bidders pay for the acquired objects.
My suspicion is they make good use of the services of Western Union and they may even have been given a Western Union gift card which they received from a loved one or friend on a special occasion.
Those gift cards are easily bought and send with the click of a button at WUGift.com. They are available for pretty much any occasion and come with a personal message which will be printed on the inside of the Western Union Gift and Greeting Card. They can be uploaded with any amount from $5 to $100 and are valid in stores and online at shops which accept debit MasterCard.
Since they are so easy to use, they make great gifts for anyone and the recipient can quickly activate the card by calling 1-866-953-6489. Keeping track of their balance can be done at the same number or online at www.WUGift.com.
When buying a card, shipping is free by selecting First Class Shipping and a free, personal voice message can be included and recorded by calling 1-866-953-6490. The surprised receiver will hear it when activating the MasterCard.
When purchasing a Western Union gift card now through September 1st, 2012, you can get 25% off the $5 fee. Simply enter the special promo code 'WUGIFTPROMO8', but be aware that the Gift Card is only for sale and shipment to the 48 contiguous states excluding AZ, PO Boxes, U.S. military bases and correctional facilities.
Limit one coupon per transaction. No cash redemption value and it can not be combined with any other offer. Void where prohibited and a $2.50 inactivity fee will be applied after 12 consecutive months of inactivity.
This post is paid for by Western Union, but it is a creative way of always having money at hand!
The Western Union® gift card is issued by MetaBank™ pursuant to a license from Visa U.S.A. Inc. MetaBank; Member FDIC. A $2.50 per month servicing fee applies after 12 consecutive months of non-use.