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I would do it the old fashioned way - wire transfer by using a bank. Most banks around the world have SWIFT codes. If you have an account at a major US Bank (BoA, Citibank, Chase, etc.), go there and fill out an international wire transfer form. Some banks even allow you to do this online (e.g. BoA). Wire transfer is especially good for large amount. I was ...


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I don't think this is currently available. I'd recommend putting in your vote for this feature on their GetSatisfaction site.


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It is not possible. See this help document. The only way to change currency is to close your account and create a new one.


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You can use Amazon Payments to send money. Send money to your friends and family using the payment information in your Amazon.com account. You can send money to their e-mail address or U.S. mobile number online or via your mobile phone. And there is no FEE (unlike paypal): Is there a fee for using Amazon WebPay? No, there is no charge to send ...


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Paypal seems to be pretty universal and fees aren't too bad depending if you're paying from your bank account or a credit card


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Here is an instruction of adding ING Direct account (by eHow). And, seems that some people are having the same problem as you. So, in case the above instruction didn't help, below is the solution suggested by mint.com. Stephen_Mann, Official Rep, replied on January 12, 2010 16:32 We have been seeing very good success rates over the past month. If ...


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Did you follow the steps here? http://satisfaction.mint.com/mint/topics/ing_direct_account


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Try Piggy Back - it seems to be able to do what you want. You add friends and then create a debt between the two of you. Either they owe you money or you owe them. When you create a Debt your friend receives an email so that they can confirm the debt. It also handles the "circular debt" that you mention. So if a friend owes you $20 but you owe your friend ...


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You should be able to register a bank account on paypal without needing a credit card. Possibly open an ING checking account.


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Moneybookers is pretty good and reputable. The thing is, you have to make sure that the app payouts support whatever option you are trying to do.


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The main online personal finance aggregation services that I know of in the UK are yodlee.com and moneydashboard.net though the latter is a new service (in Beta) powered by the former (which is more established; I've been using it on and off for around two years). Some more info/bit of background on the two services, and some discussion in the comments, ...


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WePay is what you're looking for: https://www.wepay.com/ Yesterday, we pushed a feature, inspired specifically for the Reddit community, intended to make it even easier. In your group account settings, you can enable the account so anybody can join, without you having to invite them first. The basic idea being that you can maintain full ...


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AlternativeTo lists a number of options.


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My Android App "Money Between Friends" will handle the debt between any (reasonable) number of people, and even suggest a payback scheme with as few payments as possible. It is meant for friends going on trips together, so it will also handle outlays - that is when someone pays a bill for all. But apart from this, any accounting package with "double ...


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While they should certainly disclose the location of their terms they do exist. Head over to http://uploadnsell.com/tos.php. By the incomplete page layout I would guess that they are pretty new and still setting themselves up, but the terms are their. Seems they may be located out of Malaysia as their dispute/claims address for their designated agent is ...


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If you are based in Europe you could try Azimo.com. Charges around 1% including delivery to over 125 countries around the world. In the USA, Xoom offer a similar service but I think they are much more expensive.


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Ever heard of Bitcoin? It's a decentralized online currency. You can buy them using euros and sell them for euros again at a quite stable rate. One disadvantage is that I don't know any Bitcoin Exchange that does not incur a 1.20 EUR deposit and withdrawal fee. Apart from that, trade fees are usually around 0.55%, wich is reasonable, right? Credit cards are ...


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I think you can use Google checkout for your site, they provide at a small fee on transactions. Hope this helps. visit https://checkout.google.com/seller/experience.html for more info


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There's Moneybookers.com. They do have fees, but they don't appear to be too bad, and they are one of the few things that EBay directly supports (in addition to PayPal). I've not used them yet, but I have an account and plan to use them for future EBay sales to see how they work out.


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I've used ChipIn in the past, not sure why you care about recent news about them. I don't know if it supports returning all the donations when a goal isn't met, though.


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Paypal's Facebook and MySpace badges, appear to update realtime. You can also check their generic HTML badges. Better check their FAQ first.


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The main online personal finance aggregation services that I know of in the UK are yodlee.com and moneydashboard.net though the latter is a new service (in Beta) powered by the former (which is more established; I've been using it on and off for around two years). Some more info/bit of background on the two services, and some discussion in the comments, ...


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Have you looked at GnuCash? Website here There are specific instructions for importing Microsoft Money files here: http://wiki.gnucash.org/wiki/FAQ#Q:_How_do_I_import_my_data_from_Microsoft_Money.3F


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Billmonk definitely. It sends emails whenever a new bill is shared among users, you can shuffle debts when many people owe money to others in the same group. It supports receiving instructions via SMS emails (SMS sent to an email address), but I'm not sure if a regular email would work though. Update: Billmonk regularly fails to work correctly (repeating ...


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What about using something like Evernote and just email it the text you want. It won't parse it for you or store it in special fields... but if use a convention such as "John owes me $5 for lunch", you could easily enter a search term like intitle:"John owes" to find all those notes. They also give you an @evernote.com email address which allows you to ...



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