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hi guys.

now entropay is finished im looking for a way i can pay for my ebay items on my stealth account.

i recently bought a item on ebay and looking for a way i can pay for it.

i was told gift cards but heard they dont work in uk.

anyone any ideas?
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Revolt can issue VCCs that can work for payments on eBay
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I always just use stealth account balances.
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Revolt can issue VCCs that can work for payments on eBay
ok thanks will give it a try,
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will any of the supermarket cards work to load and pay for ebay items?

as tryed revolt but asking for my driver licence etc.

looking for something thats reloadable just to pay for ebay items.
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The cards in supermarkets are not reloadable

Anything reloadable they would need proof of ID from you
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Revolt can issue VCCs that can work for payments on eBay
Hi James

Has it now been confirmed that Revolt VCCs do not use AVS (like Entropay) when linking in paypal, in order to be used to buy things in ebay?

If No, do you happen to know if anyone has yet to successfully discover any other Non-AVS VCCs yet? Or do you think this is now a complete pipe dream in ever finding another Entropay equivalent?


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you need to know that when you link PayPal with Revolut VCC the zip codes in Revolut and PayPal must be the same, otherwise the verify transaction will be decline
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The cards in supermarkets are not reloadable

Anything reloadable they would need proof of ID from you
ok thanks for help.

is it possible then for example.

if i bought something for £45.00 on ebay i can just go buy a supermarket visa card and load it with desired item cost ( £45.00 ) then just use it just to pay for item.

and then obviously if i need to buy anything else i just to need to buy another card with desired funds which i need or till the card funds are used up.
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How about using your balance from paypal to pay?
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How about using your balance from paypal to pay?

my paypal balance is 0 so cant use it.

i always used entropay to pay for all my items but now not a option.


So am i right in thinking I can just use a mastercard that is prepaid from supermarket to pay for eBay item I buy.

has anyone else in uk used them recently for items they purchased?

just want to make sure they work before i buy one.
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Default Re: any ways to pay for ebay items?

So long as you register them to the same added and you don’t buy anything worth over £50 then you can do
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So long as you register them to the same added and you donít buy anything worth over £50 then you can do
hi james could you tell me what you mean by "register them to the same added"

do you mean to register them to the same im useing on ebay?

sorry never bought one before so just wanted to confirm what you mean by that.

also if anything over £50 i take it i need to buy 2 cards. is the max £50 on these cards then?

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Default Re: any ways to pay for ebay items?

Sorry that was meant to say 'address'

The ones in the shops that I have used over the years have been £50. You can get £100, but they are rare.
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Sorry that was meant to say 'address'

The ones in the shops that I have used over the years have been £50. You can get £100, but they are rare.
oh ok do you have a register them when you buy them at supermarket.

how do they work exactly useing them on ebay to pay for item. as i thought you just go supermarket pick which card you need and amount and you can just use them on ebay checkout ( picking pay by visa ) without needing to register anything.

sorry about all the questions just want to be clear as never used one.
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hi james could you tell me what you mean by "register them to the same added"

do you mean to register them to the same im useing on ebay?

sorry never bought one before so just wanted to confirm what you mean by that.

also if anything over £50 i take it i need to buy 2 cards. is the max £50 on these cards then?

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I use gift cards from tesco £25 and £50 i register them in stealth name at gospendit and add them to ebay for selling fee's,
Have been getting a few lately that gets declined when adding to paypal, not sure if it's the address or the card issuer but the ones that get declined i use them for that same ebay account,,,,, have to use the credit somewhere

just looked and card is issued by Blackhawk Network ....... scary

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I use gift cards from tesco £25 and £50 i register them in stealth name at gospendit and add them to ebay for selling fee's,
Have been getting a few lately that gets declined when adding to paypal, not sure if it's the address or the card issuer but the ones that get declined i use them for that same ebay account,,,,, have to use the credit somewhere

just looked and card is issued by Blackhawk Network ....... scary

have you had any trouble paying for items with tesco cards?

are they visa or mastercards. as i heard mastercards are best from reading forums.

so once you buy a card i take it you need to activate card by going to gospendit before you can use it.
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have you had any trouble paying for items with tesco cards?

are they visa or mastercards. as i heard mastercards are best from reading forums.

so once you buy a card i take it you need to activate card by going to gospendit before you can use it.
They activate them at till then you register it at gospendit with the stealth info then you can add it to ebay for payment for fee's or/and paypal as a payment funding source,
registering the card takes minutes but it is important because when adding to paypal / ebay it checks the postcode and house number
e.g 15 (house number) and then NG13 7TF (postcode)
i have used 50+ and lately had a few decline on paypal (not necessarily issuers fault) but those that declined i just added to that ebay account which was linked (same stealth name) and everyone worked
Yes Its VISA

I'm sure any prepaid card from supermarket would work ok (never tried any other because i have no need to unless tesco closed down in my area)

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