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Topic # 12395 15-Mar-2007 12:02
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Hi there! I have a quick question. How to purchase songs from Allofmp3.com if they do not accept anything but one stupid card and i even cannot apply for this card because i live in Florida! They canceled Xrost payments, and now what?

Can anyone recommend the other similar site? I like everything legal, and i am willing to pay. )))

Thanks!

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  Reply # 63806 15-Mar-2007 12:53
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I think you will find Allofmp3.com accept credit cards as payment.

As for an alternative, iTunes

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  Reply # 63807 15-Mar-2007 13:18
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Are you sure? The recording industry seem to have pursuaded Visa and Mastercard to stop dealing with Allofmp3 while they try other ways of shutting them down.

If you like everything legal you'll have to pay more than some Russian site charges.

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  Reply # 63808 15-Mar-2007 13:28
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I am not 100% sure but the website states:

We accept payment made by credit or debit cards.

Just specify the card type and payment sum. The money is added
immediately upon card authorization.


There is also an image of a Mastercard and Visa next to this statement.

I have also used this site in the past and paid using Visa.





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Wannabe Geek


Reply # 63814 15-Mar-2007 14:47
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Aha! Where you located, Lokinz? I think it is unavailable for USA. The only option i have is to pay by JCB cards, which is have geographic limit to 8 states only! Before they accepted Paypal...

Anyway, thanks )

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  Reply # 63828 15-Mar-2007 16:27
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That wouldn't surprise me, I know there has been some debate over the legality of that site.

I reside in New Zealand.

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Reply # 63833 15-Mar-2007 16:45
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They had to stop accepting credit cards because the recording industry seems to have forced their hands on Mastercard and Visa. I don't think the site is back accepting cards again, but as commented, just because they sell songes in mp3 format it doesn't mean they are legal. They seem to be legal in Russia due to differences in the copyright law, but American law is not the same. If in doubt, I wouldn't hand my credit card number to anyone selling mp3s unless if it's a established on-line store.





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  Reply # 63941 16-Mar-2007 12:16
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I just use paypal to deposit my account last night.




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  Reply # 63942 16-Mar-2007 12:26
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Don't put your account too far into credit. Allofmp3 days are numbered.

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  Reply # 64437 20-Mar-2007 16:21
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skykissme: I just use paypal to deposit my account last night.


How did you manage that?  I can't see a paypal option anywhere.

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