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Old 02-09-2019, 02:01 PM
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Most sellers accept Paypal and Credit cards and a very few also accept Western Union and Bankwire Transfer. Because these purchases are for most customers a private discreet and sensitive purchase many no doubt would prefer the latter payment methods...so come on you sellers update your websites for those who want to buy.
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Old 02-09-2019, 02:06 PM
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I think most agree to do bank transfer once you have a personal conversation with the vendor. Who uses Paypal still ? Wow. One of THE biggest crooks out there. Charging sellers and buyers a ridiculous commission (charge), dubious business tactics, and not to mention the least secure paying method out there !
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Old 02-09-2019, 02:08 PM
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Problem is Western Union and Bank wire Transfers are also a good way to defraud as they are not so traceable.

The thing is though you'll find that some doll vendors are discrete in what they sell, telling the buyer what to look for on their bank statement.
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Old 02-09-2019, 02:33 PM
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I think most agree to do bank transfer once you have a personal conversation with the vendor. Who uses Paypal still ? Wow. One of THE biggest crooks out there. Charging sellers and buyers a ridiculous commission (charge), dubious business tactics, and not to mention the least secure paying method out there !
Yep. Agree totally.

With Western Union you have paid up front with zero recourse or card protection.

When you buy from any of the vendors what appears on the credit card statement doesn't exactly say sex doll but will be a rather large amount with an acronym next to it like SSW. The large amount rather than who it's too may for some be the most difficult to explain, lol.

I've paid once by WU before we had any UK vendors (thankfully everything went smoothly). But since then PayPal has now become widely accepted in the Far East so that has ceased to be one of the reasons not to self import (there are still plenty of others of course).

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Old 02-09-2019, 02:43 PM
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Problem is Western Union and Bank wire Transfers are also a good way to defraud as they are not so traceable.

The thing is though you'll find that some doll vendors are discrete in what they sell, telling the buyer what to look for on their bank statement.
At least in the UK, there are new security measures just brought out for bank transfer and it's a LOT safer than any other method so far, plus, if you even think a bank transfer has indeed happened from your account, you're covered and will get refunded
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Old 02-09-2019, 03:21 PM
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At least in the UK, there are new security measures just brought out for bank transfer and it's a LOT safer than any other method so far, plus, if you even think a bank transfer has indeed happened from your account, you're covered and will get refunded
That code is only voluntary by some banks, not compulsory. It still doesn't cover money transferred quickly aboard and lost.

https://www.moneysavingexpert.com/ne...ney-transfers/

Same with Western Union

https://www.westernunion.com/gb/en/f...aud-types.html
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Old 02-09-2019, 06:03 PM
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That code is only voluntary by some banks, not compulsory. It still doesn't cover money transferred quickly aboard and lost.

https://www.moneysavingexpert.com/ne...ney-transfers/

Same with Western Union

https://www.westernunion.com/gb/en/f...aud-types.html
Agreed, i'm with a bank that does allow refunds, and more are following and there are folks trying to make banks do this as standard, since the digital age has made it easier than pickpocketing.
Another thing to remember, although moneysaving expert is good, their original writers and reporters left some time ago due to changing trends.

Anyway, it's always best to ask your bank, a lot are very helpful and will help. If they don't, time to change bank !
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Old 03-09-2019, 10:52 AM
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Agreed, i'm with a bank that does allow refunds, and more are following and there are folks trying to make banks do this as standard, since the digital age has made it easier than pickpocketing.
Another thing to remember, although moneysaving expert is good, their original writers and reporters left some time ago due to changing trends.

Anyway, it's always best to ask your bank, a lot are very helpful and will help. If they don't, time to change bank !
Does anyone know if Kimberdoll take bankwire payments.
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Old 03-09-2019, 04:45 PM
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Does anyone know if Kimberdoll take bankwire payments.
They say the take other means but when you click on the link it's a contact page.

What's noticeable is they had a June and July shipment dates, nothing for August and September.

You can make up you own mind on what's happened there.


Rule 3, Final warning! For long enough now I have read the bile and suspicion that the keep writing about this verified manufacturer without any evidence and should you continue without evidence then you will no longer welcome. I just cannot see what your problem is.

Fact, at least four reputable Members on here own these dolls, one of whom having already shown his photographic skills and will be bringing said lady to the Meet. Only time will tell how these new dolls fare on use but at the price there appears to be a lot of doll for your buck and I'm more than happy to welcome them here and to give them a chance.

Mcsurfie, please, enough, you are a valued contributor on here but just leave this manufacturer alone.

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Old 05-09-2019, 12:54 AM
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They say the take other means but when you click on the link it's a contact page.

What's noticeable is they had a June and July shipment dates, nothing for August and September.

You can make up you own mind on what's happened there.
Hi McSurfie,

There's no need to speculate or suggest things here.

The latest shipment arrived to the UK and we started delivering orders to customers last week. The next shipment expected is due in the middle of October.

What's happening here? We have discussed our upcoming shipments with you directly in PM, I guess you forgot?

To Dolly, we can accept payments via bank transfer on special request. Feel to reach out to us directly one day if you feel inclined.

Cheers,
Fletcher
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