MBAE Premium Yearly Subscription Manual or Automatic

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  1. Dragon1952

    Dragon1952 Registered Member

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    Hello,
    I know a lot of members may not like PayPal but if you make your purchase through them, they do offer a fast, easy method to cancel your auto-renewals/subscriptions. PayPal also has handled any disputes or issues that I have encountered quickly and efficiently. For me it is a good reason to use PayPal instead of another third party payment provider such as Cleverbridge. As for me, I do not care for Cleverbridge at all and would never use them for my purchases. They have too many reports of bad customer service and I, for one, do not really trust them with my banking and personal information.
     
  3. TomAZ

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    So, how do you accomplish this with PayPal?
     
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    bellgamin Very Frequent Poster

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    Simple. Payment by PayPal is a one-time thing. Each transaction is over & done with. There is NO way that a company can again bill your PayPal account unless you personally initiate such payment.

    Also, Paypal is very very safe for internet use. On request they will send you a little gadget that generates a random number each time you press a button. The gadget they send you is UNIQUE to you. Thus, you make a payment by (a) logging-in with your user name & password, (b) Paypal then requests you to enter the security number from your little gadget. The number you enter must match the number that Paypal expects your gadget to produce, else the transaction won't proceed.

    That security number constantly changes, each time you press the button. Moreover, the number is only valid for a minute or so. If you wait too long to enter the number, Paypal cues you to enter a new number. I really like this concept!
     
  6. Frank the Perv

    Frank the Perv Banned

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    Yeah, uh, The Rubber Duckster needs to get involved here... and authorize a one time Wilders sale of lifetime licenses for MBAE.

    Just make that happen.

    That is all.
     
  7. Tarnak

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    What a great idea!
     
  8. Dragon1952

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    ...http://www.scambook.com/company/reports/11227/CleverBridge-Inc/p/1
     
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  10. Tarnak

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    I have used Cleverbridge because that is how I have had to purchase [direct] from the vendor. I haven't had any problem, so far.
     
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