/ outdoor shops using Paypal

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AdCo82 on 13 Jan 2014
Any help on which ones folk?
1poundSOCKS - on 13 Jan 2014
In reply to An Triubhas: Blacks.

JSTaylor - on 13 Jan 2014
In reply to An Triubhas:

Outside
martinph78 on 13 Jan 2014
In reply to An Triubhas:

Cotswold Outdoor
Jenny C on 14 Jan 2014
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CragX
cuppatea on 14 Jan 2014
In reply to An Triubhas:

Who pays the fees? And if it's the shop that does, does that give some haggle space when paying with cash?
stewieatb on 14 Jan 2014
In reply to cuppatea:

> Who pays the fees? And if it's the shop that does, does that give some haggle space when paying with cash?

Would you say the same thing if it was cash compared to a normal card payment? Jesus...
JoshOvki on 14 Jan 2014
In reply to cuppatea:

Large shops have a handling fee for cash too.
martinph78 on 14 Jan 2014
In reply to stewieatb:

Actually cash usually costs more for a business to process than debit card transactions.
Cambridge-Climber - on 14 Jan 2014
In reply to An Triubhas:
www.summittosea.co.uk
cuppatea on 14 Jan 2014
In reply to stewieatb:

aaaaaand breathe.

Better?
wilkie14c - on 14 Jan 2014
In reply to An Triubhas:

Ring paypal and ask them if you can have a paypal mastercard. It works just like any other debit card and you can get cash from any ATM showing the mastercard logo and use it online and in shops. You can only spend what is in your account obviously but it has proved really handy since I've had one. They don't reallly advertise it but they just send occasional invitations to random paypal users for some reason
In reply to An Triubhas: The Outdoor Shop did not to long ago, not sure if they still do

ads.ukclimbing.com
squirrel00 - on 14 Jan 2014
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v12

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