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alsieboo
26-08-2005, 19:13:20
What are they, how can I get one and someone please speak slowly, I'm blondes

DaShi
26-08-2005, 19:34:39
First you have to get the catalog.

alsieboo
26-08-2005, 19:43:24
:blink:

Christoph
26-08-2005, 19:52:00
Are you thinking of a postal order?

If you are go to the post office, swap it for however much you want, then send it and the person who gets it has to go to the post office to get the money.

If that not what you're thinking of ignore me :P

alsieboo
26-08-2005, 19:53:03
No, I know how and what postal orders are, I'm trying to buy the QC poster, and they're all the way over in the US and the lovely marketing person for them told me they accept money orders

Christoph
26-08-2005, 19:54:54
Oh ok then :p Can't help you with that

Lurker the Second
26-08-2005, 20:19:31
Don't forget to send dollars, no pounds. Also, did you confirm they'd mail overseas?

MattHiggs
26-08-2005, 20:30:21
It's a financial instrument, issued by a bank or other institution, allowing the individual named on the order to receive a specified amount of cash on demand. Often used by people who do not have checking accounts.

Pretty much a banker's draft.

Gary
26-08-2005, 20:32:05
I may be misrecalling but I think it was a money order I bought once to pay for some shareware from the States. If so, you get them at the bank - international money order.

Never worth it, the charges were more than the cost of the software. If they don't accept your parents' credit card, forget it.

KH of the North
27-08-2005, 06:49:56
You can get a cashier's cheque at a bank for ~6$ in fees + whatever the amount you're sending.

Oerdin
27-08-2005, 08:38:53
You can get a money order from a bank or post office. It's exactly as Higgs said it.

alsieboo
27-08-2005, 20:38:00
Well seeing it's $13 for the poster in the first place, if it's going to cost me more than that I wont bother. They do accept cards but I don't want to use my rents one,so oh well.

Oerdin
27-08-2005, 23:55:05
At least in the US money orders can be drawn from the post office for free. You'd just give them the $13 (or charge it) then they'd give you the money order. It's basically a check that won't ever bounce.

zmama
28-08-2005, 09:30:40
No, there is a charge for money orders at the post office.

And she was talking international...we can't get those at the post office and banks charge a hefty fee

protein
28-08-2005, 13:02:42
Perhaps one of the American CG gang can get it for you and you can transfer the amount to their bank? Just a thought.

Nav
28-08-2005, 13:31:41
You need my bank details before you can donate your life savings to Counterglow.

alsieboo
28-08-2005, 15:06:15
nah it's ok, I'll just stick to having ssj prints around the place