How to pay via PayPal when I can't use PayPal?
Thread poster: Samuel Murray

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Feb 6, 2004

G'day

I need to pay the domainname company NameCrave.com (located in India) using PayPal.

But because I'm South African, I can't use PayPal to send money. Is there any way that I can somehow get PayPal to transfer the money even though I'm not registered with PayPal?

Or do you have any other suggestions? They only accept PayPal and they don't answer their helpdesk e-mails.

My original registrar (which accepted credit card payments) was sold to NameCrave.com, apparently.


[Edited at 2004-02-06 07:33]


 

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Local time: 20:18
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solutions Feb 9, 2004

Samuel Murray-Smit wrote:

G'day

I need to pay the domainname company NameCrave.com (located in India) using PayPal.

But because I'm South African, I can't use PayPal to send money. Is there any way that I can somehow get PayPal to transfer the money even though I'm not registered with PayPal?

Or do you have any other suggestions? They only accept PayPal and they don't answer their helpdesk e-mails.

My original registrar (which accepted credit card payments) was sold to NameCrave.com, apparently.


[Edited at 2004-02-06 07:33]
you can pay via moneybookers, they operate in India. Next you can also use Western Union, I have but no empirical experience in the context of Western Union´s operability in India. As far as I know paypal co-operates with all nationalized banks in India, provided the company or domain has an account with paypal and their account being with a nationalized bank, things can work.Hope that helps.

[Edited at 2004-02-09 05:07]


 


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