uk online payments

Lou Kamenov phayze at
Sat Mar 1 00:43:59 GMT 2003

In some email I received from Aled Morris <aledm at> on Sat, 1 Mar 2003 00:25:13
+0000 (GMT), wrote:

> On Fri, 28 Feb 2003, Dimitris wrote:
> >On Fri, 28 Feb 2003 21:12:02 +0000 (GMT) Aled Morris <aledm at> wrote:
> >
> >>
> >
> >The are not an online payment system that i can use on a website,
> >they are there to transfer money from individual people.
> >
> >They also don't support Netscape/Mozilla, only IE under Windoze
> >(not even the Mac version).
> summary: they suck.

Everything costs, just image VISA/MASTERCARD/AnyCreditUnion are charging a percent
for their services. Acutally the cheapest way to do so is, ask them to send you a cheque.
i cant think of anything better, with all the charges from the banks the profit wont be

> I did have a quick look a their web site and it seems they've been duped
> by the cult of text messages.  It reminds me of the early .com bubble
> where any crap idea could be made good by being on the Internet.  Now it
> seems that any crap idea can be made good by being SMS based.
recently the company i work for did a project for samsung and some crapy shit
virtual valentine, you send a message and a robotic voice calls you after your reply
reaches the server. that enuf for me, if you can get money this way, then
anything that is connected in a way with football, txting, whatsoever (leisure in general)
is sellable through internet. (of course getting the right idea is a different storry)

Hope you`ll solve your problem, good luck!
If I find something, i`ll let ya know.



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