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  #118338 24-Mar-2008 10:27
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PromNZ: Rather than a credit card, get one of those Visa debit gift cards. Does the same as a normal CC enabling you to buy stuff online. NZPost sell them. Details are here.

So far it's taken 3 weeks for my Action Replay unit and it still hasn't turned up (holiday weekend probably doesn't help). You could probably pick up a debit card and buy from the Auckland guy quicker tbh. You don't need a CC to be authenticated user, you can do it with internet banking.

This may be off topic, there is a new one, I don't think Prezzy can be used on line as such as no names and you can't top up, but this one you can same outfit, NZ Post.


You will find anything you want at MightyApe (affiliate link).
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  #118384 24-Mar-2008 16:00
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M_I_C_H_A_E_L: I dont do internet banking either. Hmm i think ill invest in one of those cards then :) Thanks alot

you don't need a credit card or internet banking. as long as you have a bank account you're good to go. all you have to do is setup trademe as a bill payee and you're away. phone banking, internet banking and a credit card just make the process easier. i've never had a credit card or internet banking and it hasn't stopped me becoming authenticated or making hundreds of trades on trademe.

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