September 22nd, 2011
One of the simplest ways to prevent check washing is to use a gel ink pen, because regular ballpoint ink can be “washed” off of paper quite easily. However, according to Experian, ink from a gel pen “will permeate the fibers on the check,” making it difficult to alter signatures and payees.
The uni-ball® 207™ is one of the most trusted anti-fraud gel pens around. Not only is it great for writing checks, but it’s also handy for writing prescriptions and signing legal documents. With your logo imprinted on the barrel, your customers will know you have their best interests in mind.
Check out the video to learn more about the pen and its ink features:
We’ve also just added the Pentel® HyperG™ Gel Pen, which has been designed with document safety benefits in mind. And the exciting color options do wonders for your promotional message!
Bic® even makes a Secure Ink version of their ever-popular Clic Stic® pen. And the price and color selection certainly can’t be beat!
Check out National Check Fraud Center’s website for even more fraud prevention tips.
July 7th, 2011
Introducing full-wrap laser engraving! The entire barrel of this Dimensions Metal Pen is open for imprinting, offering your company 360 degrees of advertising potential.
Here are some great ideas for using that imprint area to its greatest potential:
Use a symbol of your company or a simple logo repeated all the way around the pen. Our example above shows paw prints. How about mugs for a coffee shop or tiny footprints for a children’s clothing boutique? Reiterate a mantra or tagline all the way around for bonus brand boosting. Engrave with your monogram letters and wedding date and use as a wedding party favor. Or engrave with your college or team letters.
We also have two neat stock designs already available, including circles and squares, if you’d like to leave the designing up to us.
October 16th, 2008
Improving Life, Three-fold: Kitties, Neighbors and Cities
No More Homeless Pets KC
No More Homeless Pets – Kansas City volunteer Debra Sweeten talks with Kathy Rodriguez
at an outreach event, where the organization handed out imprinted koozies and pens.