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Jason Said:

should i put in valid information like credit card number and address for Gaminglagoon.com ?

We Answered:

You really shouldn't becuase they will charge you a lot of money. Don't even bother with gaming lagoon. Try:

http://www.points2shop.com/index.php?ref=VAMPIREFREAK

It has a special free section where there are 100's of offers that will NEVER ask for your credit card number! And the offers credit almost instantly.

Michael Said:

Can anyone give there Graham King Credit Card information?

We Answered:

Here is what you do....
Plan A:
Step 1: Ask your mom or dad to go onto VFK and use there credit card for the membership
Step 2: If they say no pass it off as an early christmas gift
Step 3: Take them to this link http://www.virtualfamilykingdom.com/subs…
Step 4: Hope it works and say "thank you, thank you, thank you!" If they buy it

If that does not work....
Plan B:
Step 1: Go to wal-mart
Step 2: Buy a 50 dollar gift credit card
Step 3: Call VFK at 954-349-3325
Step 4: Tell them you want to buy a membership
Step 5: Do what the lady on the phone ( Her name should be Gail) tells you to do.

Best of luck on getting a membership!

Albert Said:

My 11 yr old kid wants email. I know my credit card info is valid but Yahoo says no. Why?!?

We Answered:

This Is An Answer To An Email I Sent To Yahoo

see if they accept your credit card

Thank you for writing to Yahoo! Account Services.

We understand that you want to create a Family account.

At this time, there are no means other than a valid credit card, that
Yahoo! uses to verify if the user is an adult. We are sorry for any
inconvenience this may cause.

Yahoo! accepts the following major credit cards: Visa, Mastercard,
American Express, and Discover. Yahoo! also accepts debit cards with the
Visa or Mastercard logo.

Further for your reference, if you need assistance registering a Yahoo!
account for your child, please follow these detailed instructions.
Please note that you must currently have a valid Yahoo! ID in order to
create a Family Account:

1. Go to the Yahoo! Family Accounts registration page at:


http://edit.yahoo.com/config/eval_regist…

and fill out the registration information for your child.

2. Click on the "I Agree" button at the bottom of the page to
acknowledge that you agree to the Terms of Service and to submit the
registration.

3. The next page will prompt you to either sign in to your own (parent)
Yahoo! account or create a new Yahoo! ID if you don't already have one.

4. Once you have signed in to your account, you will be asked to confirm
your child's registration information and enter your credit card
information (if you have not verified your age in the past). If you
clicked the link to Sign Up for your own Yahoo! account, you will be
asked for both your own registration and credit card information. After
submitting this form, you can confirm your child's registration
information.

5. Click the "Submit This Form Securely" button to create your new child
account.

Hope this information helps.

If you have any other issues that arise in the future, please don't
hesitate to contact us.

Have a nice day!

Thank you again for contacting Yahoo! Account Services.

Regards,

Praky

Yahoo! Account Services Customer Care

For assistance with all Yahoo! services, please visit:

http://help.yahoo.com/

New and Improved Yahoo! Mail - better than ever!

Family Accounts Information

http://help.yahoo.com/l/us/yahoo/family/…

http://help.yahoo.com/l/us/yahoo/family/…

http://help.yahoo.com/l/us/yahoo/family/…

http://family.yahoo.com/

Robin Said:

perfectly valid credit card wont work out of australia, why?

We Answered:

maybe the computer systems are not compatible - one might be using a newer type of system that the old one cannot process.

Lonnie Said:

I can't buy prepaid phone card by my credit card while all information are correct, credit card is valid?

We Answered:

In some shops they don't take credit/debit cards for mobile top-ups. I had the same problem I had no money on me except a credit card. I tried to draw some money out on my card but this I was declined. This for for a pre pay electric meter card.

Another possible answer is that some network providers take upto 48 hrs to register a credit/debit or e-top card. Your Ad Here

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