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Old 07-28-2011, 05:50 PM   #328
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Originally Posted by cwspen View Post
Hello,

As a Canadian considering a Nook Touch (to replace my Kobo Touch) I just want to make sure that this is clear.

1) I currently purchase books through online webstores and remove DRM on my PC. I then sideload all content to my Kobo.
2) I have no US credit card.
3) I currently do not have a B&N account.

So, can I buy a Nook on my next trip to the states, bring it home, and register it? All without a US CC?

My understanding is that at some point I may need to use a fake US address?
Just register your B&N account with an US shipping and billing adress. You can use any valid US address, just google something. The billing address is not checked, so you can use your own credit card.
This way you will be able to register your Nook, and you will have access to all the e-books from the B&N store.
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