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Is there a domain register that will accept debit cards?

Anthony

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HI well is there a co. that will accept debit card so they can take the money straght out of my account? I live in Australia so i xant send the money over PLEASE help!
 

akersche

New Member
any that accepts a credit card is going to accept a debit card....
i used my visa debit card to buy domains at godaddy and it worked just fine:)
 

Anthony

New Member
so will?

soo will the money come out of my savings account? is that right? i have a Maestro debit card run by master card! will tha work?
 

jw

New Member
Your debit card will be accepted by anywhere that accepts mastercard. It will withdraw from your savings account.
 

atlas

New Member
Re: so will?

Originally posted by Anthony
soo will the money come out of my savings account? is that right? i have a Maestro debit card run by master card! will tha work?
Hmmm... I think you may be confused. Maestro, I believe, is an ATM card -- not a debit card.

-mk
 

Chicken

NLC
NLC
Does it have a MasterCard logo on it with 4 sets of 4 numbers?

xxxx xxxx xxxx xxxx ?

If so, works like a credit card, if not, nope.
 

Anthony

New Member
no its not! is has the master card logo but the numbers are like
XXXXXX XXXXXXXXX XX
Dose any one know a co that will give a credit card to a 15 year old australian? Who dosent have a job? I didnt think so! Now how am i ment to register my domain? Im livin in AU so i cant send money over and my perents wont let me use there card! Any one have an idea on how i can get a credit or a debit card for a 15 year old?
 

Coight

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Hello Anthony,

You have two possibilities. Firstly, you may find a cheap AU registrar (heh pretty hard to find). Or have you considered the money order option. Last time we used money orders the charge from Australia post was around $2.20AU.

Still this extra charge is better than paying the $60 + for an AU registrar.

Robert
 

Chicken

NLC
NLC
Basically a check, backed by a bank. Here in Cali, you can get them at any booze outlet, quickie mart, post office, or bank.
 

Coight

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NLC
Hello Anthony,

A money order is a way of secure transaction if you do not want to send money. You simply go into Australia Post tell them that you wish to send a money order, they will ask for an address and how much you are paying. The charge is somewhere around $2.20

They then send these off to the company/persons and they can claim it.

Robert
 
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