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Dec 29 2012, 11:50am Anchor

I think it'd be a lot better if you could add PaySafeCard or any other prepaid-card. I mean Desura has a few nice Games i'd like to buy, but i can't cause i have no Credit Card. And i'm sure i'm not the only one without a Credit Card.

Jan 18 2013, 5:46pm Anchor

Hi Hi!
I am new here and stumbled across your post because I have been hearing about this card in various forums... what exaclty is the advantage of paying with the Paysafecard, i.e. prepaid cards in general?  Arent there other sites that accept the cards?

Jan 18 2013, 11:25pm Anchor

Pre-paid cards are a lot safer to use on the internet, any money taken is only as much as you put on, but they are also easily accessible to anyone, no need for a bank account or anything. I don't know if any have any age restrictions, but that might be another benefit. In quite a lot of countries too, so fairly widely accepted for a paysafe card.
A few pre-paid cards can also transfer to paypal, paysafe can't unfortunately. But as far as I'm aware a few of PP cards nowadays are Visa, Maestro or some other that are accepted on online, not sure if they are all accepted worldwide, but at least in the UK some do seem to be international, seen a couple of Visa ones and there is a Mastercard one.

Edited by: arieas

Feb 6 2013, 2:43pm Anchor

Sorry about the late response - work has been a drag lately! Why would you want to transfer your paysafecard balance to PP? I have seen in the USA that you pay in normal everyday stores with PP, but i dont really see the benefit in that...

Feb 18 2013, 12:31am Anchor

I also would like to see Paysafecard as a a payment option. Either that or Rixty.

Feb 18 2013, 10:02am Anchor

Me too. There are some games I'd love to buy from Desura, but I have to wait for a Steam-Release because they accept Paysafecard.

Feb 24 2013, 5:05pm Anchor

Totally supporting this :)

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