Last week we started talking about Christmas. We know, we know ... your air conditioning is still on. But, that doesn't mean it's too early to start thinking about what you're going to give this holiday season.
Your nephew/niece/cousin/fill in the blank wants money this year for the holidays to buy a video game/pony/purse/fill in the gift but you want to do more than just put a check in a card. What to do??? This year, give a MONEY PAD! That's right. A money pad. A pad of money. It's simple really ... as the recipient wants to buy something, all they have to do is peel off the number of dollars they want to use. Think a note pad - then change the notes into dollar bills!
Now, before you ask "is it legal", let us tell you. We consulted a banker, the Department of Treasury and the Bureau of Engraving and Printing and they all said the same thing - Yes, a Money Pad is completely legal. So, no worries that a Money Pad is a no no - it's not!
And how do you get a money pad, you ask? That part is easy! Just send us an email and tell us the denomination of money pad you want ($10, $20, you name it) then we'll add on a $5 padding fee (so a $20 money pad costs you $25 plus tax and shipping) and send you an invoice. You pay, we pad, and then the mail man delivers your pad. It's a perfect stocking stuffer/holiday gift/birthday gift (a $16 money pad for someone turning 16?!)/gift exchange gift! So, the next time you ask, "What do you want for fill in the occasion" and the answer is "Money!", give a money pad. It's so much more fun than a check in a card!