Dukasaur wrote:rdsrds2120 wrote:Dukasaur wrote:Victor Sullivan wrote:Dukasaur wrote:NoSurvivors wrote:Is there a way to get into the conquer cup if you dont have a credit card? I have wanted to enter for all of them but all the "free" survey things involve one lol.
You can open a paypal account without a credit card. Then you can move money from your bank account to paypal, and buy your CC from paypal.
Just beware that you must start early. If there is no credit card linked to your paypal account, they won't allow you instant purchases. You have to move the money from your bank account and they have to confirm that they got it before you can spend it. So, deposit to paypal a week or two in advance to make sure that it's available when you plan to need it.
But if he had a bank account to begin with, couldn't he simply get a debit card?
Most online transactions require a credit card. I'm not sure of the reason, but debit cards are simply not one of the selectable options on most online transactions. You need either a credit card or an e-cheque service of some kind like paypal.
I know the banks are now coming out with a new generation of cards that have online debit capability, but I'm not sure how many people have one yet. My wife just got one a couple days ago; that's the first time I heard of it.
Most debit cards have duality with a credit card. In other words, you can use your debit card number in place of a credit card, and instead of going to credit, it will instead take money out of your checking account (or w/e account you have lined up with your card). I do not have a credit card, just a debit, but I've never been able to not use it as a credit card as long as I had the money in my account.
So, the part of the order form where it asks you to check off Visa or Mastercard, which do you check?
Besides, you wouldn't get very far on a website like CC, which demands a CVC number, because debit cards don't have a CVC.
Yes they do. Like I said, it's a credit card but it's not. My credit union is with Visa, so my card it, too. It will say on each individual card. I think you're thinking of an ATM card being a debit card. A debit card can also access ATMs, though.