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Seon
26th July 2007, 12:29 PM
Thats right, we have finally implemented our own payment system for those of you that don't like dealing with PayPal.

We are only accepting VISA/Mastercard at the moment, and the drill for purchase is as easy as choosing the VISA/Mastercard icon instead of the PayPal icon, and entering your CD details.

So, for those of you that held of buying because of PayPal... no more excuses !

Cheers :-)

purana
26th July 2007, 12:51 PM
I hate PayPal, so probably wise you implemented this.

grorr76
26th July 2007, 01:32 PM
I hate PayPal, so probably wise you implemented this.

im with you on paypal recently closed my account, there an extremely unprofessional organisation who does what they want at the detriment of there customers.

marc
26th July 2007, 02:42 PM
Any ETA for the release of stunt mania? It's looking good.

Comment to make sure my post is on topic: I don't have a personal PayPal account, so this is a good thing ;)

Seon
26th July 2007, 02:47 PM
Let me just say... StuntMANIA is freaking awesome! Am playing it right now (well testing/coding) and it's shaping up to be such a fun and addictive game.

We are hoping for a release late next week, but we keep adding more goodies.

We now have 4 different length timed games, 3x cars (all look awesome).. 3x unreal environments, Nitro bonus, hang-time tricks, a full ranking system for all bonuses and tricks and we have sooo much more planned for beyond 1.0.

Seon
26th July 2007, 05:00 PM
I hate PayPal, so probably wise you implemented this.

Yes, it seems that many people dislike PayPal.. more than I would have guessed, so it is good that we have implemented our own CC option. Wish I knew how many people DIDN'T buy Turret Wars because of PayPal.

beverlysims
15th July 2008, 01:35 AM
I certainly don't prefer to deal with Paypal. In fact, I hate Paypal (http://www.aboutpaypal.org). One day, I sold an item for 100 dollars American. Next thing I knoiw, the buyer did a chargeback, and Paypal then took the money ourt of my personal bank account to pay themselves back. My back account overdrew, and you can imagine the rest was not pretty.