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    Default Want to buy some product, need 385 USD via paypal

    I want to buy some product in amazon and thats why I need 385 USD via paypal.
    Any paypal holder have this amount of money and want to sell it?
    If so, please contact me at: [email protected]
    Thanks in advance.
    Last edited by oronno; April 29th, 2012 at 03:52.

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    Amazon kind of, uh, doesn't accept paypal. Not unless you got a paypal debit card anyway.

    Nor do they ship electronics to non-US/Eu countries, lol.

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    Normally Paypal tightly tied with dabit/credit card....and normal Paypal account holder associate with a Visa/Master card...
    Anyway, I have a paypal account with foreign country with a VISA card but don't have money in that paypal...thats why I need it money.

    Nor do they ship electronics to non-US/Eu countrie
    Who tell that I order amazon to ship electronics in BD??
    I have someone in USA and he just can pick if amazon deliver (he doesn't know about on-line shopping stuff )

    I just want some money in paypal... how I can manage goods should be my headache I think

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    Didn't mean that, this is what I was talking about: https://personal.paypal.com/us/cgi-b..._us/debit_card

    Let's you use your pp acc just like a cc, etc.

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    Amazon does not accept Paypal, you need to enter your card details directly. Ask your person to give you his details, you can place the order from here.

    Paypal debit card is different and is a separate debit/credit card of its own, MasterCard I believe.

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    @Codex what he wants is kinda like what I do. We usually transfer the cash from PP to VISA. and use VISA to buy stuff from amazon.

    And he is asking for the same reason I asked you

    He is my friend

    ---------- Post added at 13:07 ---------- Previous post was at 13:06 ----------

    And PP MasterCard is not available in AU
    Once more into the fray
    Into the last good fight Ill ever know

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    lol, so that's why you asked me for that 340, haha.

    I see, heh.

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    LOL.
    That means, I failed every way to collect money this time Times up... No 'Thinkpad Tablet' this time... (

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    I need to register a domain at Webs.com n upgrade it for that i need around 50$ of Paypal or International Credit Card... can any1 help me... very urgent..

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    Quote Originally Posted by F€L€$ View Post
    I need to register a domain at Webs.com n upgrade it for that i need around 50$ of Paypal or International Credit Card... can any1 help me... very urgent..
    I can help, get in touch.

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