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Hint 1

Do the shapes around the initial letters remind you of anything?

Hint 2

The letters themselves are also mirrored elsewhere...

Hint 3

Your stamps will help you with your order.

Hint 4

Rearrange your lines in the order indicated by the stamps.

Solution

Final Solution: When you rearrange the lines, they read: "Like printing your own money someone said and I decided to go for the real thing. Counterfeiting is quite easy really."

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Hint 1

That arrow on the right hand side looks familiar.

Hint 2

Of course, it's an Enter key on a keyboard, but this looks a bit too wide to fit on a standard keyboard.

Hint 3

I don't think that's were the numbers are on a keyboard, so they must have some other meaning.

Hint 4

No digit is higher than nine, which means the letter "P" is never used.

Hint 5

Remember to follow the order of the numbers from left to right.

Solution

Final Solution: The numbers tell you how far into the keyboard to count, starting from the first letter on the right hand side in that row. For example, the first number is "8" and it's on the top row of the three rows so the first letter is "I" because it's the eighth key on the top row of the keyboard. Following this translation, the message becomes, "I have made over fifty million dollars now."

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Hint 1

Red... Herring... well, that's not very nice.

Hint 2

Ignore it. You'll only want one word from each sentence anyways.

Hint 3

Some of these words do seem out of place.

Hint 4

The words you want hold the same spot in each sentence.

Solution

Final Solution: The last word of each sentence is a homophone for a letter (Tea, oh, 'kay, etc). Spelled out, they form: TOKYO.

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Hint 1

Gosh, they just keep getting more and more rude. Ignore it once more.

Hint 2

Hmmm... that's not all that doesn't exist.

Hint 3

Are there any anomalies in the background as well?

Hint 4

Try and walk the line for me.

Solution

Final Solution: The notecard lines are broken in various places, marking letters. Those letters create the message: "I am Warren Ash."