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I wouldn't mind being a member, I've found this forum to be an incredibly helpful service and I don't mind contributing.

The trouble is that I don't have a phone, and the only payment option I could find is through PayPal. No phone means you can't have a PayPal account. I sent a message about this using the online contact form about a week ago but never received a response.

Is there any other way to pay for a membership? Credit card, direct debit, international funds transfer, etc?
 

Satal

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Sorry for the lack of response to the email. Since your email I've been working to get Stripe integration working as an alternative to PayPal but I have yet to get it working, I'm hoping to spend a bit more time getting it working Sunday.
 

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Thanks for the quick response there Satal.

I hope it doesn't create too much trouble for you. It's the story of my life, I'm always the one that's different and throws curly problems in to the ring.

Cheers,

Andrew.
 

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Thanks for the quick response there Satal.

I hope it doesn't create too much trouble for you. It's the story of my life, I'm always the one that's different and throws curly problems in to the ring.

Cheers,

Andrew.
Not really different you've just said what others are thinking im different in that way
 

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