[permaculture] Donation request for maintenance of this permaculture list.
Redding, Trudie A
tredding at mail.utexas.edu
Mon Oct 19 18:20:29 EDT 2009
I plan to just write a check, or money order if he would rather have it, if he gives me an address or postal box number. Why get so complicated. I never use paypal, I don't have a computer at home, am trying not to add to credit card debt with the rates so high, why cause so much trouble that he has to report it to the government, we're just helping directly if we want
From: permaculture-bounces at lists.ibiblio.org [mailto:permaculture-bounces at lists.ibiblio.org] On Behalf Of paul wheaton
Sent: Monday, October 19, 2009 4:22 PM
Subject: Re: [permaculture] Donation request for maintenance of this permaculture list.
It has been a really, really long time since I set one up.
I can tell you this: there are two types of accounts - plain and
premium. The premium account can take credit cards, but they also
take something like 2% of every transaction whether it uses a credit
card or not. The plain account doesn't take credit cards, but it also
passes on 100.00% of the funds.
You might think you would go with a plain account, but in my
experience, damn near everybody wants to send you money via some piece
of plastic and paypal will say "sure we'll do that for you" and then
paypal sends you an email saying "this person is trying to send you
money, but you cannot have it until you upgrade to a premium account.
Or, you can reject the money."
I would say, in the long run, just have a premium account. It ends up easier.
On Mon, Oct 19, 2009 at 2:12 PM, Lawrence F. London, Jr.
<lflj at bellsouth.net> wrote:
> paul wheaton wrote:
>> It would be a big help if you were to provide your paypal account info! :)
> I will get one set up asap. Anyone have pointers for how-to info on this?
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