International Orders

How to receive student records internationally

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Written by Chandler Austin
Updated over a week ago

Here at Scribbles we believe all students deserve access to their student records. While the majority of our applicants live here in the United States, many students from over seas need their transcripts as well. Since international orders are a rarity, we have a special system in place for those who wish to order transcripts from any country. So, let's get started.

The first thing you will notice is that the application won't accept any addresses out side of the United States. So we will need to enter in an address that will meet the requirements. When the application prompts us to enter the address, we'll need to enter '99999' as the ZIP code and choose a US state (It doesn't matter which one, any state is fine). We will still be able to enter the proper country, city, and street address.

So, now we can proceed with the application. Since we entered an incorrect address, we'll need to let the School District know the correct one, so they can send the records to the proper location. To do this we'll need to enter the address into the 'Special Instructions' field towards the bottom of the page.

Finally, if we're using an international debit or credit card, we'll need to pay using the 'Amazon Pay' option. We'll find it on the right hand side of the payment page.

Once this option has been selected, it will prompt us to enter our Amazon login (if you don't have one, you can create one on the same page). It will then allow us to use the payment information attached to our Amazon account. Once the payment is submitted, we'll receive an order number and will be good to go!

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