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Wannabe Geek

Topic # 148946 6-Jul-2014 14:41
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Hey guys

I was reading up on the forum post of somebody asking for Bathurst FTA, but to no avail. Other posters were commenting that they were using V8 superview through a VPN, because they don't allow anyone from New Zealand to use this service.

So my question was, will the fact that I have a credit card that is, for lack of a better term "New Zealand" disallow me to purchase V8 superview?



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  Reply # 1081849 6-Jul-2014 14:49
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Shouldnt do..

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Wannabe Geek

Reply # 1081850 6-Jul-2014 14:57
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I shall give it a go next race meeting, thanks 


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  Reply # 1081977 6-Jul-2014 18:50
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the fact you use a NZ credit card does not stop you from buying it. it will point out in BIG letters that being in New Zealand the service will not work. It will however let you buy it.

I used it last year for Bathurst and it worked fine with my VPN to Aussie.


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  Reply # 1082130 6-Jul-2014 23:02
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Yes you can use a NZ visa to sign up to superview.

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