- Yes, But all my friends (99%) dont have International Credit Card (only Local) and no U.S. check accunt. Paypal is impossible to do payments internationally,Message 1 of 9 , Apr 8, 2007View SourceYes,
But all my friends (99%) dont have International Credit Card (only Local)
and no U.S. check accunt.
Paypal is impossible to do payments internationally, they ask for a
verification bank in U.S.
And the wire transfers, swift, cost US$ 50-70.00 each.
It is impossible to pay Fookes.
As a matter of fact, this is a big problem for the small amount
international e-commerce in general. The first fiaance company that will fix
this problem, they will have a very big success.
On 4/8/07, Axel Berger <Axel-Berger@...> wrote:
> abet backup wrote:
> > In the cheapest way (Western Union or MoneyGram) in each remittance
> > the receiver MUST go to a WU or MoneyGram office/affiliate PERSONALLY,
> > and also this will cost US$ 20.00/25.00 to the sender.
> This reply is a one off here, please answer to it in off-topic if at
> Cheques were a great innovation when the Fuggers came up with with them
> some centuries ago. All the world except for Britain and the US have
> long gone over to giro transfer. Paypal used to be an alternative for
> cross Atlantic payments. But if the American account number and routing
> number are given, transfers from Europe have recently dropped from fairy
> tale to merely ridiculous, so things begin to be doable.
> Myself I have go a bank account in New york city and so can mail and
> accept cheques.
> But don't Fookes accept credit cards? Their rates for samll amounts are
> quite reasonable IMHO.
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- ... I would recommend checking out the 5.2 trial version for 30 days before purchasing, but just wanted to point out that you can purchase through a globalMessage 2 of 9 , Apr 8, 2007View Sourceabet backup wrote:
> Yes,I would recommend checking out the 5.2 trial version for 30 days before
> But all my friends (99%) dont have International Credit Card (only Local)
> and no U.S. check accunt.
> Paypal is impossible to do payments internationally, they ask for a
> verification bank in U.S.
> And the wire transfers, swift, cost US$ 50-70.00 each.
> It is impossible to pay Fookes.
> As a matter of fact, this is a big problem for the small amount
> international e-commerce in general. The first fiaance company that will fix
> this problem, they will have a very big success.
> Best regards,
purchasing, but just wanted to point out that you can purchase through a
global commence site:
Not positive it meets your needs, but Plimus does appear to have many
payment methods and also accepts alternate currencies.
Fookes is based in Switzerland not US.
There is a supplemental Regex.chm help file in the package which gives
details for the new Regex engine. The new Regex engine in NoteTab 5 and
above is PCRE (Perl-Compatible Regular Expressions). It is the same
engine used in PHP, Python, Apache and a variety of other scripting
languages and application software (though at any given time, the
version level each product may be different). NoteTab 5.2 has the latest
PCRE version built in (version 7.0 which came out in December 2006).
The syntax, rules, etc. of PCRE for formulating regular expressions is
the same as Perl itself. There are many training aids available. I
recommend this slide show (free):
and the book "Mastering Regular Expressions (3rd Edition)" by Jeffrey
There are also a couple of software aids:
Regex Coach (free): http://weitz.de/regex-coach/
Sheri (unaffiliated NoteTab user in USA)