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  • #1422
    Maximum
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    Can’t get my head around this ebay signup, but would like to bid on these 5 books on the site.

    Already got one of them but never heard of 2 of them.

    Is there anyway of bidding on anything on this site without signing up and giving out personal information like bank accound or credit/debit cards.

    Any help without the ebay gobledegook will be appreciated. Thanks guys.

    By the way the 5 books I am looking at are listed blow.

    The Complete Manual of Racing and betting Systems<br>WINNING WAYS (Got it)<br>WAITING FOR WINNERS (never heard of it)<br>RED HOT HORSE RACING SYSTEMS (never heard of it)<br>THE NAP HAND Five Simple systems

    The listing is at the following link if you have time to check them out and maybe tell me where else I could get them from? It doesn’t look as if I will get to bid unless you come up with something…let me know.

    http://cgi.ebay.co.uk/ws/eBayISAPI.dll?ViewItem&item=2795857662&category=429&sspagename=STRK%3AMESSE%3AIT&rd=1

    If you have any one of the above except WINNING WAYS I will swap for my MAXIMUM SYSTEM right away then you won’t need to wait for me to post it later in the year.

    Any takers?

    Maximum

    (Edited by Maximum at 12:44 pm on Mar. 26, 2004)<br>

    (Edited by Maximum at 12:48 pm on Mar. 26, 2004)

    #52706
    MrE
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    Hi Max…. yep, you can join Ebay without putting bank or card details over…. on the registeration form it will tell you that you don’t need to enter those details, all you need is a second bona fide email addy…. they won’t except the Hotmail or Yahoo type addy’s, it has to be the proper one using the likes of AOL or NTL…. I got on using Freeserve…. Ebay will then email you at that address and you just reply to their email and its job done…. easy to do and your registered in minutes….<br>:biggrin: :biggrin: :biggrin:

    MrE

    #52707
    Maximum
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    Thanks for the info MrE, I’ll give it a whirl.

    Maximum :)

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