Sabot Loaded wrote:Yes, I am an American citizen with an American bank, who lives in America, but I just happen to be in Russia for 3 months for business. Surely there can be some way around a computerized trigger in a case by case basis that does not involve sending a scan of my passport.
In that regard, I'm happy there is a system set up to is to prevent fraud. But what is it preventing if you still take the money?
If I was committing fraud I don't think I would go through the trouble of emailing you and making forum accounts and posts over 20 USD. If there is some sort of gray area international economic law regarding currency or taxes because of me being physically located in another country I'll pay it. I'll pay in Euros, Pounds, Rubles, Dollars, Kuwaiti Dinar, whatever with whatever taxes. I'm just trying to purchase this product from a company I enjoy to pass the time when not working while abroad.
I paid with Paypal because I trust it and I am completely uncomfortable with electronically transmitting my passport to people I don't know. If there is nothing that can be done, then unfortunately I am going to have to ask for a refund and I will be disappointed in the events.
Pocus wrote:Sorry again Sabot Loaded. These procedures can be annoying at time. I'm unsure why the Webshop charged you before issuing the restriction though. Logically they should have issued the warning, and then if they had green light, they should have completed the transaction.
I hope you will be pleased by the game now.
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