Clue 1


You've probably already noticed that the URL as written doesn't seem to work... So it must relate to something else.




Clue 2


The word "pmats", since it doesn't work, is probably pointing you in the right direction.




Solution


The word in the URL is the word "Stamp" written backwards. So you should look to your stamp for help completing the proper URL.




Clue 3


It's all right there, but unfortunately it isn't very "straightforward."




Clue 4


In fact, some would say this puzzle is downright backwards.





Clue 1


Have you already discovered what other element on the card is pointing to the stamp? If not, you should work on the rest of the card and come back to this later.




Clue 2


Not only is the word "pmats" in the URL pointing here, but it's giving you a clue that'll help you decode it.




Solution


The two items needed to solve this puzzle are knowing that it's hexadecimal (based on the shape in the background and confirmed by the format it's written in) and knowing that it's all backwards. If you reverse the text, you'll be able to decode it into: cryptozoology. So your real URL will be: https://www.infinitiinstitutes.org/cryptozoology




Clue 3


A second clue can be found in the background behind the numbers... That shape will point you to a certain "code" of sorts...




Clue 4


Hexagon... What well known numerical system also starts with "hex"?




Clue 5


It's hexadecimal alright, but the way it's written it doesn't make sense. Don't forget about the URL. It didn't just say "stamp," did it?





Clue 1


The first nudge of information to get you on the right track is the quote at the top of the card.




Clue 2


Specifically, the man who made the quote and what he's best known for.




Solution


All of these men famously made first ascents (I.E. they were the first to climb certain mountains) in the years listed. If you find the mountains they are credited with "first ascent" for, the first letters of those mountains will give you your solution. Click 'Solution 2' if you want to skip to the answer.




Clue 3


Figuring out what he and the other names have in common, will help you reach your goal.




Clue 4


If you feel overwhelmed by possibilities, make sure you're the first to get to the solution.




Solution 2


The mountains' names line up to spell Yeti.





Clue 1


The first nudge of information to get you on the right track is the quote at the top of the card.




Clue 2


Specifically, the man who made the quote and what he's best known for.




Solution


All of these men famously made first ascents (I.E. they were the first to climb certain mountains) in the years listed. If you find the mountains they are credited with "first ascent" for, the first letters of those mountains will give you your solution. Click 'Solution 2' if you want to skip to the answer.




Clue 3


Figuring out what he and the other names have in common, will help you reach your goal.




Clue 4


If you feel overwhelmed by possibilities, make sure you're the first to get to the solution.




Solution 2


The mountains' names line up to spell Yeti.





How Long Does It Take To Source A Classic Car?


From the day of purchase to arrival at the port of destination, it takes 5-7 weeks.




What Are The Benefits Of Importing A Classic With Yume Cars?


There are several benefits of importing a vehicle with us that include: -All necessary logistics and paperwork for legalization handled hassle-free -3rd Party Inspection and Servicing by a classics specialist -Prices below United States market value rates -Equity built into your purchase -Professional paint correction and detailing




What Is The Process?


Once you contact us with your preferences, we begin the search for your next dream import! We then locate the vehicle and approve it, based on information and pricing. We require a 50% deposit to secure the vehicle and begin the importation process. For United States clients, the remaining 50% is due after import, inspection, servicing, and detailing. For all other clients, the remaining 50% is due when vehicle is on ship to destination. Once balance is paid we mail out original invoice, bill of lading, and export certificates.




Are These Vehicles Legal?


Yes, we only import vehicles into the United States that are federally and state legal by the rules and regulations set by them. For all countries outside the United States, we only ship to the closest port available to you. From there you have to clear the vehicle with customs and pick it up. Please make sure you know your country's rules and regulations regarding classic vehicles.




How Can Payment Be Made?


Deposits are accepted in cash, wire transfer, or Cashier's check.





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