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Topic # 151030 11-Aug-2014 15:42
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Am I missing something here. Why lock down a thread (below) that asks a simple question? 

Are we not supposed to mention which cards we use to pay Netflix?

Sorry if I am missing the obvious here, and if I am ........... bugga. Is a personal reply ok to the OP

Cheers DB

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  Reply # 1106563 11-Aug-2014 15:44
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Because if we make it too public then someone, someday will block it. I've sent a PM to the OP in that thread with the correct answer.





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  Reply # 1106567 11-Aug-2014 15:47
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Don't you think the cat is already well and truly out of the bag already with all the slingshot shenanigans?

 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 1106581 11-Aug-2014 16:06
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The "payment method" is not only used for Netflix, and is not ratted out by Slingshoit. Just keep it low profile...






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  Reply # 1106630 11-Aug-2014 17:32
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freitasm: The "payment method" is not only used for Netflix, and is not ratted out by Slingshoit. Just keep it low profile...





I have to say I was a bit confused about the locking of the thread as well.  The payment method you suggested is pretty well known.  Has been talked about on here a number of times as well as published on Orcon's website as a way to get Netflix.  I think the cat as already bolted on this one.

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  Reply # 1106632 11-Aug-2014 17:35
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Yes and no. I believe I less publicity is better, even if known.

No one gave a damn for "Global Mode" until it went mainstream. Know what I mean?




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Reply # 1106637 11-Aug-2014 17:42
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DaveB: Am I missing something here. Why lock down a thread (below) that asks a simple question? 

Are we not supposed to mention which cards we use to pay Netflix?

Sorry if I am missing the obvious here, and if I am ........... bugga. Is a personal reply ok to the OP

Cheers DB


Haha, and the link you reference is edited from your post too :)

Believe our BDFL was the one to suggest it in a thread sometime last year as the way he used to pay for iTunes in the USA too (and it still works for that for me - THANKS!)

lowering the profile keeps the path, so I'm quite happy with this too :)

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  Reply # 1106697 11-Aug-2014 19:58
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Not to be confusing but I just checked my Netflix account and it's paid for with a NZ Visa card and has been for the past 12 months or more.

May it's grandfathered in?




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  Reply # 1106698 11-Aug-2014 19:59
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Some cards pass the address check without validating country. Others don't. 





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  Reply # 1106699 11-Aug-2014 20:04
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Well I am not sure what thread this refers to, but it's something I'd want to know, someone feel free to PM me. I have a payment method already, but in case it's different. 

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  Reply # 1106738 11-Aug-2014 21:10
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freitasm: Some cards pass the address check without validating country. Others don't. 



Apparently Mastercards don't do any country validating.

Not sure how true that is, but seems to be working out that way.

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  Reply # 1106762 11-Aug-2014 21:59
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I was funnily enough trying to start a trial on Netflix today but it wouldn't accept any cards. If anyone wants to PM me I would be very grateful. 

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  Reply # 1106769 11-Aug-2014 22:07
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Very quick response from a few people. Thanks guys.



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  Reply # 1106853 12-Aug-2014 08:42
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freitasm: Yes and no. I believe I less publicity is better, even if known.

No one gave a damn for "Global Mode" until it went mainstream. Know what I mean?


Thanks for the reply and yes, I have to agree. Your reference to "Global Mode" reflects my thoughts 100% - the worst thing they could have done.

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  Reply # 1106869 12-Aug-2014 09:28
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Yes, it should be like that ***n** service that no-one talks about too...

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  Reply # 1106895 12-Aug-2014 10:08
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trig42: Yes, it should be like that ***n** service that no-one talks about too...


ummm...???? couple more letters please?

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