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shapes

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#233894 8-May-2018 12:26
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i have $350 on mightyape so getting some parts from there but i also have 300usd on my paypal i don't want to setup a bank account just to get this money out so looking nz sites selling pc parts that would take a paypal payment i know mightyape take paypal payments but would be nice to know if there was any others


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shapes

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  #2064882 30-Jul-2018 11:35
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Anybody can help

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  #2064916 30-Jul-2018 12:34
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newegg nz takes paypal as a payment method

 

all their prices include gst too 

 

https://www.newegg.com/global/nz/

 

 


 
 
 
 


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  #2065168 30-Jul-2018 19:21
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Paypal doesnt see much use within NZ as we have bank deposit as an option. People I know that took it for non IT stuff quickly got rid of it as a huge portion of it was dodgy and got charged back. I would never suggest to a NZ company selling physical goods into NZ to use paypal as its basically outside the NZ legal system so they can take your money saying it was a fraudulant purchase and you cant do anything about it.





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  #2066495 1-Aug-2018 18:52
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dt:

 

newegg nz takes paypal as a payment method

 

all their prices include gst too 

 

https://www.newegg.com/global/nz/

 

 

 




thanks man just had a look but the prices when you factor in shipping look to cost more then  mightyape but i will check it from time to time thanks


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