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Anything Goes Postcard Swap

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Anything Goes Postcard Swap
Swap Coordinator:Nellie1 (contact)
Swap categories: Miscellaneous 
Number of people in swap:10
Location:International
Type:Type 2: Flat mail
Rating requirement:4.90
Last day to signup/drop:January 22, 2016
Date items must be sent by:January 29, 2016
Number of swap partners:1
Description:

As the name states, "Anything Goes" in this postcard swap. Postcards must be in good shape i.e. no rips, tears stains or damage. Otherwise postcards may be vintage, written on the back, stamped, naked, ad card, odd, risque, goofy, whatever. Please check your partners profile for preferences, but it is sender's choice.

One(1) partner for each participant. Send 5 postcards to your partner in an envelope with a note naming the swap and your Swapbot moniker as well as your name so you can get rated.

Newbies welcome with well filled out profile.That means I have to scroll down to read our profile. No flakers, as I cannot angel. I will check profiles before assigning partners. No recent 3s or 1s without explanation.

Partners- when you receive your swap rate quickly. I know things come up, but if you can't rate within a week of receiving then you shouldn't be swapping. It's that simple. And only fair.

So send quickly, rate quickly, and above all, have fun!

Discussion

tsireldi 01/11/2016 #

I just did a quick weight check, and 5 regular sized postcards plus an envelope with stamps is just over 1 ounce, and if even one of the postcards is a little bigger, it's way over. I don't know how much of a stickler the USPS is about weight, but with an international swap, I'm worried postage will be needlessly expensive for such a simple swap... :(

Nellie1 01/14/2016 #

I understand.

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