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Old 12-04-00, 03:10 PM
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I have a lot of money in paypal and no CC does any online retailer take paypal?
thanks.
Old 12-04-00, 04:12 PM
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You can transfer the money via ACH into your bank account.
Old 12-04-00, 04:22 PM
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Yes but I dont' have a Credit Card and my credit union doesn't offer a check card so will still be stuck.
Old 12-05-00, 12:25 AM
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Why not have the money transfered to your bank account and order by check or money order? Most retailers will give you the option to pay by methods other tha credit/debit cards too
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True but I am trying to get them in time for xmas.
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Well, they don't sell DVD's, but if you're into dark gothic folk music and old school industrial (Coil, Throbbing Gristle, Nurse With Wound, Sol Invictus, Current 93, etc) you can use Paypal at strangefortune.com for cd's. The best site I've found for this music, which is only available as imports. The prices here average $15 per disc, while in B&M's, they are $30. Order via email and pay via Paypal.

Sorry, don't know of any DVD retailers that accept Paypal.

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Old 12-05-00, 08:37 PM
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you can buy used dvd's from some members with paypal on www.switchouse.com . i picked up matrix there for 10.00
Old 12-06-00, 02:23 AM
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Cool I will have to try taht.
Old 12-06-00, 12:45 PM
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jcmoreland01, you've got mail.

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