Thursday, April 9, 2009

Customized Checks

My husband opened a new checking account for us not too long ago and the check was in my name. When I received my stubs of checks, I had wished that I had a customized design. I saw some of our clients that have their own designs and I liked it. I always complimented their checks and told them that I would want mine to be like theirs. They said that I can do it too. I told my husband about it. So if I have used all my checks already, I will try to have customized checks of my own. These personalized checks will create a professional and organized feel when used. That is why I would love to have my checks customized. I heard that VistaPrint is offering many design templates for custom checks online. I may try the free checks from their website. At VistaPrint, adding text and optional icons or monograms may be done to enhance business and personal checks. Maybe my husband would be interested too. Having a customized business checks would be cool. He is not into it right now but maybe someday, he will be influenced by me when he will see my personalized checks someday. Then he will purchase too online. Also, purchasing checks directly online through VistaPrint saves money and time with high quality check printing. I am not sure though where our clients and other people that I knew got their customized checks. But I would like to try VistaPrint someday. They have different types of checks like the business wallet checks, personal wallet checks, three-to-a-page checks and computer checks. The wallet checks are $4.99 for 25 pieces. It is offered at less than what is paid from the bank. The rest of the checks costs more than the wallet checks. If you are interested too, you may visit VistaPrint's website.



Nice blog and good article about quality printing.

hubbers said...

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Using Vistaprint could very likely lead to you being signed up to FAKE discount clubs and hundreds of dollars benig taken from you Visa/bank without your knowledge or permission.

I have a huge blog post with all the details of all of the different scamming sites Vistaprint and Adaptive Affinity run and how best to get a refund.

If you don’t believe me check this blog and the scores of comments form people who have been ripped off!

According to the Washington Post this negative option selling scam earned the parent company Ventura $650 million in revenue in 2006.

If you have already used Vistaprint, start checking your bank statements.

You can also sign this petition!