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? neils photo on US website

meinmuk
9/05/2003
11:11:48 AM
Neil, is that your photo on the banner of http://www.gearexpress.com ? Is it an authorised use - no I didn't think so.

andy

nmonteith
9/05/2003
1:56:14 PM
They have paid me for use of several photos on their website. Of course by the time i got the cheque and converted it to aussie dollors and paid a tonne of stupid bank fees I got about $20. Oh well.
climbingjac
12/05/2003
4:22:27 PM
Good to see your getting some $$$ for your pics, Neil!
ghost
1/06/2007
6:47:02 PM
On 9/05/2003 nmonteith wrote:
>They have paid me for use of several photos on their website. Of course
>by the time i got the cheque and converted it to aussie dollors and paid
>a tonne of stupid bank fees I got about $20. Oh well.

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mousey
1/06/2007
7:02:49 PM
haha had that happen before dude, intl cheques suck the big fat one

rodw
1/06/2007
7:18:45 PM
Ask for western union, less fees that way.....you bank should only charge you $10 for international cheque...if they charge you more than that...they are ripping you off.

mousey
1/06/2007
7:39:55 PM
i got snapped with a $35 fee recently
ghost
1/06/2007
7:54:26 PM
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MisterGribble
1/06/2007
7:59:56 PM
Probably the best way to get money transferred from overseas is to get a cheque in the overseas currency and present it at your bank My bank (NAB - free plug!) charge $10 flat rate to convert it and put it in my account. Of course if you're dealing with small amounts this is an expensive way of doing it but the alternatives are much more expensive.
I recently had 200 pounds sterling sent out from the UK and the fees for an international money order came to around 30 pounds, payable at the UK end. $10 at this end is a bargain in comparison!
Not all banks are bastards, just most!

dimpet
1/06/2007
10:07:41 PM
You can always use paypal

mousey
1/06/2007
10:10:08 PM
i use paypal or direct debit for 99% of stuff, for some reason theres just a couple pl out there who like making life harder

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