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    IMPORTANT . Paypal payments.

    Can anybody paying for the weekend by paypal please send it as a gift.
    I am getting charged for all the transactions and that money is coming out of the charity donations!!
    Last edited by abrasion; 27-10-10 at 16:54. Reason: spelling
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    Can you check mine?
    I'm sure i did pay as gift but if not I'm willing to donate extra to the chariddy

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    oops!

    Quote Originally Posted by abrasion View Post
    Can anybody paying for the weekend by paypal please send it as a gift.
    I am getting charged for all the transactions and that money is coming out of the charity donations!!
    Oops! sorry, that'll be me then Didn't consider that one. I'm happy to pay the diffy. I'ts my first Tossers weekend .So do I get let off this time?

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    Quote Originally Posted by king has View Post
    Oops! sorry, that'll be me then Didn't consider that one. I'm happy to pay the diffy. I'ts my first Tossers weekend .So do I get let off this time?

    Oops Me too.


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    to be honest guys the way it is set up i am not sure it will allow you to send as a gift.
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    Quote Originally Posted by abrasion View Post
    to be honest guys the way it is set up i am not sure it will allow you to send as a gift.

    Hmmmmmnnn
    Ive already said that.

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    Quote Originally Posted by abrasion View Post
    to be honest guys the way it is set up i am not sure it will allow you to send as a gift.

    Didn't use the 'form', as I have a PP account, logged in to it and made payment as gift to abrasion@tiscali.co.uk

    cost my a whole 54p to do it.
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