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# 143239 7-Apr-2014 21:53
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Hi There!

 

Wondering how people are making Amazon MP3 purchases without a US credit card. I know I saw someone say they used their onesmart airnz card, but what US address do you put for it when it wants billing address?


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  # 1020287 7-Apr-2014 22:08
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Can you use Amazon credit?  I purchase movies by using my NZ amazon account and buying an Amazon gift card which you then send to my US based account.

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  # 1020288 7-Apr-2014 22:09
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Sign up to YouShop (free) and pop your Portland address in. Works for me.

 
 
 
 




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  # 1020300 7-Apr-2014 22:42
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myfullflavour: Sign up to YouShop (free) and pop your Portland address in. Works for me.


Which CC do you use?

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networkn:
myfullflavour: Sign up to YouShop (free) and pop your Portland address in. Works for me.


Which CC do you use?


Onesmart.



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  # 1020488 8-Apr-2014 11:27
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myfullflavour:
networkn:
myfullflavour: Sign up to YouShop (free) and pop your Portland address in. Works for me.


Which CC do you use?


Onesmart.


Well both my Address and Billing address are in the US, and I am using my onesmart and it still fails. Are you connected via vpn or dns when you make the purchase?




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networkn:
myfullflavour:
networkn:
myfullflavour: Sign up to YouShop (free) and pop your Portland address in. Works for me.


Which CC do you use?


Onesmart.


Well both my Address and Billing address are in the US, and I am using my onesmart and it still fails. Are you connected via vpn or dns when you make the purchase?



Tried that and VPN didn't help either. Tried using the youshop address, still no luck. Not sure what you could be doing differently.

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Have you moved NZ dollars over to US dollars on the Onesmart card?

 
 
 
 




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  # 1020988 9-Apr-2014 08:10
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psychnurse: Have you moved NZ dollars over to US dollars on the Onesmart card?


Yep I have 3 currencies loaded. I can't see in Amazon how to specify which currency it takes from but assume USD by default.

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