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Topic # 223367 26-Sep-2017 09:42
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So I read you need a gift voucher so I add $1 credit to my gift vouchers.

 

I still cannot rent anything, it comes back with the usual must be using a US credit card etc.


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  Reply # 1872980 26-Sep-2017 11:25
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So Im getting to the bit where Im redeeming a gift voucher $5.99 but its stuck on asking for a Promotion Code. There is no way to bypass it.

 

What to do?




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  Reply # 1873028 26-Sep-2017 12:46
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Well that was a waste of $9. No matter what you do, remove your credit cards, remove all your credit card addresses that get automatically. The system wont take the gift card# it sends you. takes your money though.


 
 
 
 




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  Reply # 1873033 26-Sep-2017 12:56
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Ok whoever reckons they can use a NZ CC on Amazong to rent movies has led us astray.

 

Here in lie the problem.

 

Error 2039

 

Even if you're paying with a Amazon.com Gift Card or promotional balance, to purchase Amazon Video titles you need a billing address and valid payment method from an eligible location in your 1-Click settings.

 

So you cannot as suggested on here before remove your credit cards and you cannot remove their addresses to fix the problem.


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  Reply # 1873051 26-Sep-2017 13:14
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There's no need to create duplicate threads to have a rant.





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  Reply # 1873059 26-Sep-2017 13:23
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As per your other duplicate thread please ask in the private forums of which you're already a member of. We prefer to keep things like this private.





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