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verification details do seem rather onerous, is it really OK to send such details as passport photos across, are they scanning them and making fakes?
asked by Greg E. on 9/7/15
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I would NEVER send such personal data. When they asked me I refused and sent then a copy of my PayPal verification email, they immediately sent me a key # for the product I purchased. Unfortunately this key # would not work in my country, all requested for a refund were refused and thankfully I had used PayPal and they issued me a refund. Would not purchase from this site again.
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They are a complete scam.. You never get what you pay for and if you do then it won't work in your region. There is always an excuse from them not to refund... Only pay via PayPal.. Its the only way to Get your money back..
And NEVER and I mean never upload real photo documentation featuring your personal details.
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No dont send your passport details, all they are trying to do it check you are who you say you are, but i would never send my details over the internet try sending your pay pal details instead.
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