~~~~~~~I have received some "No Contact" orders from my Online Store. That means a customer has selected that they prefer not to be contacted by a demonstrator. Stampin' Up! takes privacy very seriously and when a customer opts to have "no contact", that means that I don't even know their name! I can see the order summary, but in the place of a name and address, it simply says: "No Contact". Unfortunately that also means I cannot send them a thank you card or add them to my customer list for free catalogs.
While I certainly respect that some people wish to shop anonymously, it makes me sad that I cannot properly thank these stampers for supporting my business.
If you are reading this and you are a "No Contact" customer, you can change the settings in your customer profile in my Online Store. Under the title, "My Account", you can manage your account including updating your email address, viewing your order history, or tracking your orders. Choose the title, "My Demonstrator". Allowing your demonstrator to contact you has many valuable benefits, one of which is to demonstrate for you exciting and interesting ways to use Stampin' Up products. It also allows your demonstrator to thank you for supporting her Stampin' Up business. To change the setting to allow your demonstrator to contact you, check the box that says "Yes" (allow my demonstrator to contact you with order updates and other important information) Then save your changes.
Thank you for supporting my business and for giving me the opportunity to provide for your stamping and shopping needs!