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Old 8th October 2009, 02:01 PM
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Question Buying the Yearbook

Do we have to buy the Yearbook direct from BLURB, or has Dave already made a bulk order and we buy from Dave ?
I will never disclose debit card details to purchase on the internet ever again, but would be happy buying over the phone.
I suspect that Blurb will only allow purchase via the internet, in which case i will not be able to buy a copy of the book.
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Old 8th October 2009, 02:31 PM
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It's only available from Blurb, I paid by Paypal.
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I will never disclose debit card details to purchase on the internet ever again, but would be happy buying over the phone.
It sounds like you have had a bad experience in the past but in my opinion, it is safer to type your credit card details into a secure on-line system where nobody sees them than it is to read them out to someone over the phone.


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Indeed, the only times where my CC has been abused (twice now, in some ten years of online dealing) has been following telephone instructions where (presumably) the dealer's own records have been hacked.
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Old 9th October 2009, 08:26 AM
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Red face My computer is not secure

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I have attempted following the Pay Pal route but it still requires card details- i thought pay pall was a system where you paid cash at a shop ?
My computer is not secure. Any ideas about how i could buy the book
Bloody progress !!!
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I have attempted following the Pay Pal route but it still requires card details- i thought pay pall was a system where you paid cash at a shop ?
My computer is not secure. Any ideas about how i could buy the book
Bloody progress !!!

No, it's (paypal) not but you can buy pre-paid "credit" cards you could use on the internet, one time, put enough money on it since they're like top-up cards.
Then if it get cloned, good luck to'em it's limited traceability and limited to the amount on the card.

This has more information about prepaid credit cards, you may need to go to your local "corner" shop type establishment to purchase one.
http://www.prepaidcreditcards.org.uk/
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Old 9th October 2009, 01:25 PM
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Wink Thanks AKKI 14

That piece of sound education and instruction sounds more like it
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I take it postage and packing will need to be added.
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I take it postage and packing will need to be added.
Yes: 3.99
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