On 19 August 2010 20:55, Timothy Murphy <gayleard at eircom.net> wrote:
> But have you ever tried to pay with PayPal for something to be sent
> to an address with a different zip-code?
Yes, and I've not had a problem with that that I can recall. I am sure
that there *are* companies out there that refuse to ship to any
address save the one attached to your credit card, I just haven't run
into one in years.
> Eg after one of your many moves, did you have to tell your card provider
> that you had changed your address?
When I lived in the US, I kept my address current. When I moved
abroad, I changed my address to my "permanent address" in the US (i.e.
my parents' house). I've had the occasional problem with my credit
card company putting a hold on my card because they suspect
fraud--apparently buying plane tickets from Aer Lingus is unusual
activity for someone who lives in Ireland. ;)
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