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Pin Trading Terms

Don't know the difference between your ISOs and your POMs? We can help! In this guide, we're going to break down some of the more common terms we've come across when Disney pin trading.

There is a lot here, we suggest bookmarking this post and coming back when you get stuck!

I want to thank the community over at /r/DisneyPinSwap/ for the help with some of these definitions!

This article was written by tosbourn on Monday 27 May 2019.

This article was last updated on Wednesday 11 December 2019.

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  1. akarih 18 Jul 2019 4:46 AM

    Scrapper is also a term used for fake Disney pins made cheaply by third party factories in China. They are inexpensive to make because the quality is usually much lower than Disney's. These pins are not authorized by Disney though people trade them with Cast Members(either knowingly or having been tricked by cheap Ebay lots) and a good portion of the pins on lanyards and boards in the parks are the fake kind of scrapper, not the defective kind.