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Thread: Where to buy speakers with Paypal?

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    Is there any websites out there to buy speakers and they accept paypal? I know newegg has speakers but they are only computer speakers. I want some new speakers for my sterio.
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    Borrow someones' credit card. Otherwise i can only think of ebay.
    If u get a CC sometimes Outpost.com has deals on Polk speakers which are pretty damned good for the prices.

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    Can't you go to a store to buy stereo speakers?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Virtualbody1234
    Can't you go to a store to buy stereo speakers?
    Oh VB, you are soootwentieth century.
    Why would one want to actually listen to the speakers before purchasing?
    No excitement there,eh?
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    Quote Originally Posted by clocker
    Quote Originally Posted by Virtualbody1234
    Can't you go to a store to buy stereo speakers?
    Oh VB, you are soootwentieth century.
    Why would one want to actually listen to the speakers before purchasing?
    No excitement there,eh?
    Oh well... I see that some people still buy speakers based on appearance or specs instead of the way they sound. Oh well... To each their own.

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    Quote Originally Posted by imasoldier
    Is there any websites out there to buy speakers and they accept paypal? I know newegg has speakers but they are only computer speakers. I want some new speakers for my sterio.
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    Quote Originally Posted by imasoldier
    Is there any websites out there to buy speakers and they accept paypal? I know newegg has speakers but they are only computer speakers. I want some new speakers for my sterio.

    You should get the Paypal debit card, works just like your check cashing card, or a credit card. Plus you get like 1% back on every purchase. I use mine all the time. You may have to upgrade your account, not sure.
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    Leaving money in a paypal account for longer than necessasary is a bad idea.
    "I went over to a friend's house the other day. He was having problems with his computer and he asked me to look at it, and I realized he had Windows Me and it's like, oh no—that's your first problem."-Michael Dell, founder and CEO of Dell.

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    Quote Originally Posted by zaphodiv
    Leaving money in a paypal account for longer than necessasary is a bad idea.

    Why? If you change your account to a money market account, it will actually gain about 3% interest. Better then a savings account at your local bank.


    Edit: the current rate is actually 3.89%. Not bad for a savings account, that's almost as good as a CD.
    Last edited by JunkBarMan; 11-05-2005 at 05:05 AM.
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    Because they are not regulated. They can decide to keep your money and you have no effective recourse.

    Last year they settled a class action lawsuit by agreeing to return $5.1 million of their customers money that they had decided to keep and pay $9.25million in settlement without admitting liability.

    http://www.settlement4onlinepayments.com/settlement.pdf
    Last edited by zaphodiv; 11-05-2005 at 10:56 AM.
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