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How can i avoid registering my card online?


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#1 PCDevil

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Posted 08 June 2011 - 02:56 PM

Play.com have added a new security feature when paying for items at checkout where you have to register your card which is supposed to protect it. However, I do not trust this and do not want to register my card to this. The help section on play.com says you may be able to skip this part if you are unsure, but does not say how.

I don't want to know how it can help to register it as I won't change my mind about it. But how can I skip this bit and complete checkout?

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Posted 09 June 2011 - 05:43 PM

Use a prepaid card? Only put as much money on it as you will spend, with just a few extra dollars/euros/pounds/yen etc. etc. on it to avoid failed shipment due to insufficient funds.

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