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#82224 25-Apr-2011 16:09
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I had a quick search of the other threads related to my query but none appeared to answer my question thoroughly so here is another PayPal & Prezzy card thread :P

I am wanting to pick up a service from an online provider who only accept PayPal as payment method.

I tried a mock 'order', didn't confirm it but was transferred to their PayPal gateway, which gave me the option of paying with my PayPal account (logging in etc...) or paying as a guest.

My question is this; has anyone made a purchase as a PayPal 'guest' and, more importantly, have you made that purchase with a Prezzy card?

This will be a one time payment hence my hesitation for signing up to PayPal and/or sorting out a proper credit/debit card.

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  #462252 25-Apr-2011 19:24
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There shouldn't be any problem using a Prezzy Card and PayPal as a payment processor.

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  #462258 25-Apr-2011 19:39
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  #462279 25-Apr-2011 21:26
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i used my prezzy card with paypal all the time works great

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