How to pay for a custom order

Paying for an orderanimated-butterfly4

For my mailing address

You can send an email me for my mailing address ⇒
Please let me know some details regarding what you want to write about.

Or email me and we can ping pong out details for an order

Please include details about what you want and your zip code for ship cost.
Most often people send me a photo of my past work, or describe in as much details as one can muster, what they want. Even just how long of a knife is enough to start our process. Ideally, we can talk on the phone while we are both in front of a computer, or e-mail back and forth works also.

Soon after it seems like a break point , I will follow up with an e-mail going over all the details of a possible order we discussed – sizes, handle design, woods, timing, etc. If you want to change something – no problem, I can reply with any options for changes you wanted. Your welcome to change anything or write me back and say O.K. that sounds fine.
Once we both are satisfied with a game plan for design and cost, I will then send you a Pay Pal invoice to pay. All work is pre-paid.

Pay Pal processes my orders and has for many years. One does not need a Pay Pal account to pay with Pay Pal. You just pay with your credit card through Pay Pal. There are no fees for you at all. I believe all they ask for is your zip code. You can view this short simple 2:35 minute video, which explains process of paying a Pay Pal invoice without a Pay Pal account, →HERE←.  If for whatever reason, you do not have a Pay Pal account, nor do you wish to use your credit card to pay without a Pay Pal account, you can e-mail me , and I will get back in touch with you, pronto. Make sure to let me know what you want, exactly. I will write you back a total with a breakdown & I will forward a customized invoice. Then to pay, you can send a check, USPS money order, or cash via snail mail for the full amount, made to Michael Lishinsky.

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