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    Debit card with NO SSN required !!?

    Hi
    Coz i'm a business man i frequently purchase commodities from USA "online"
    but some good stores like Newegg & Bestbuy needs a US based debit (prepaid) cards
    and as u know to apply for a new card u need SSN and i'm not american citizen + i live outside US

    and what about Virtual cards , any relibale company offer this service ? and it will be accepted ?

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    see if this will work for you

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    Try Sigo. They allow you to use other forms of verification such as ID in your home country.
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    Thanks for CD Burnt and amex
    but both walmartmoneycard + sigo needs to be in USA to load ur card

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    Have you tried buying a U.S.-based prepaid debit card on eBay? There seems to be a lot of those available, especially around the holidays.

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    Even after getting the card, there may still be a problem if the vendor will not ship the goods outside of the country.
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    Quote Originally Posted by plumsauce View Post
    Even after getting the card, there may still be a problem if the vendor will not ship the goods outside of the country.
    Thanks for ur reply
    but i forgot to say that i have an address in USA (Mail forwordaing address)

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    I hear that AVS fails a lot with those pre-paid cards, mother in law has one and has problems ordering online.

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    Quote Originally Posted by hotdog101 View Post
    I hear that AVS fails a lot with those pre-paid cards, mother in law has one and has problems ordering online.
    Thanks for ur rply

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    I used to have a prepaid debit card about 2 years ago. I was with a company called green dot? Not sure but anyways it wasn't worth it. Every month I would get a $5 maintenance fee which seems ridiculous as it's prepaid and doesn't require any maintenance whatsoever. Overall, if you ever get a prepaid debit card look into their terms of service to make sure they don't charge any fees. If they do then I wouldn't recommend getting one.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Rageki-John View Post
    I used to have a prepaid debit card about 2 years ago. I was with a company called green dot? Not sure but anyways it wasn't worth it. Every month I would get a $5 maintenance fee which seems ridiculous as it's prepaid and doesn't require any maintenance whatsoever. Overall, if you ever get a prepaid debit card look into their terms of service to make sure they don't charge any fees. If they do then I wouldn't recommend getting one.
    Thanks for ur reply ...
    but this company needs SSN + u must be in person in USA (to reload ur card )
    fees r not a problem if the company will offer the required Service

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    Have a look at www.epassporte.com

    Anyone outside US can get an epassporte business account and charge it by sending wire transfers to them. Then use their virtual card to buy stuff online.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rageki-John View Post
    I used to have a prepaid debit card about 2 years ago. I was with a company called green dot? Not sure but anyways it wasn't worth it. Every month I would get a $5 maintenance fee which seems ridiculous as it's prepaid and doesn't require any maintenance whatsoever. Overall, if you ever get a prepaid debit card look into their terms of service to make sure they don't charge any fees. If they do then I wouldn't recommend getting one.
    Almost all prepaid cards will have silly fees for pretty much everything you do or don't do.

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    Quote Originally Posted by iThink View Post
    Have a look at www.epassporte.com

    Anyone outside US can get an epassporte business account and charge it by sending wire transfers to them. Then use their virtual card to buy stuff online.
    Thanks for ur reply ...
    i know this company already but i was not sure if it's safe or not !

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    Quote Originally Posted by basomakm View Post
    Thanks for ur reply ...
    i know this company already but i was not sure if it's safe or not !
    I have an epassporte personal account that I have used since early 2005 on regular basis without any major issues. So they are reliable.

    They don't require SSN but may ask you for an ID issued by the government of your country.

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