Till-Forbid

Till-Forbid

An order that is left standing until it is canceled. For example, a restaurant may order 100 steaks daily on a till-forbid basis. This means that a distributor will sell 100 steaks to the restaurant each day until the restaurant requests otherwise. See also: GTC.
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I would recommend testing the till-forbid offer, but I would also sweeten it with either a price discount or a premium.
Respond to the offer and you will receive a plastic box to hold the cards and sets of cards sent on a till-forbid basis (IMP will keep sending you cards until you forbid them to send any more).
If yours is an internet service, consider offering it for so much a month with credit card payment on a till-forbid basis.