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Old 12-05-2014, 05:32 PM   #15
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Could it be that Quadra requires a credit card to ensure that the defective part is returned to them?
I guess so, for a cable part that cost meaby 2$
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I suggest contacting your bank and asking what options are available to you for payment. Surely your bank can sell you a prepaid Visa or Mastercard card, both of which are used world-wide.
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Oops makes up charges for cross border movements. They want a credit card to charge so you can't refuse their ridiculous and illegal charges. Ask me how I know???

$4.99 DVD arrived at my place and the driver demanded that I pay $39.95 Oops brokerage fee.

I refused to pay and said for them to send it back. Contacted the seller and asked him to throw a copy in the mail for me. Arrived in my mailbox about 2 weeks later and there were no extra fees. So being the packages both crossed the same borders where did the Oops $39.95 charge come from that USPS and Canada Post missed charging me.
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