Moneybookers vs. AlertPay

Discussion in 'Online Stores and Purchases' started by rad140, May 18, 2010.

  1. rad140
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    I was thinking of buying myself a SuperCard DSTwo soon off of ShopTemp.

    I know they don't use PayPal anymore, so I was wondering if anyone has had any experience with Moneybooks or AlertPay (the PayPal-esque alternatives) and if they've found it easy to use, preferred one over the other, etc.

    Thanks!
     
  2. waffle1995

    waffle1995 GBAtemp Regular

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    i dont want shoptemp to lose a customer
    but other places sell scds2 cheaper and paypal is supported
    try
    mygamingmart
    priceangel
    gamekool
    idk lots.
     
  3. Overlord Nadrian

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    What? No PayPal? You're joking, right? [​IMG] That means I'll never be able to buy anything from ShopTemp [​IMG]
     
  4. Infinite Zero

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    If there was only paypal
    then i could have bought something already..
     
  5. rad140
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    Ack. None of these are an answer to my question. I can live without PayPal, I was just wondering if any one has used AlertPay or Moneybookers and what they're experience was, if they're any good, which they prefer, etc.

    That's all [​IMG]
     
  6. shaunj66

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    PayPal is supported.

    It was removed a while ago due to problems, but is now back.
     
  7. Infinite Zero

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    GREAT! I might be buying soon, since my mom's account is that fully functional yet [​IMG]

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    What's the difference of moneybookers and alertpay?
     
  8. shaunj66

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    AlertPay lets you use your credit or debit cards.

    MoneyBookers is basically a bank transfer service.