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Old 09-29-2009, 07:32 AM   #9
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Originally Posted by seanrose View Post
I tried Fictionwise, but I suspect I got suckered in. i.e. $10 with 100% rebate for 'The Quickie' (not good), so now I have $10 in the account, but I think I can only apply a small amount of micropay funds on future titles, and usually that only gets the cost down to competitors. i.e. a $10 book on BooksOnBoard is $10.50 on Fictionwise, but you can apply $0.50 from the micropay account. So what? Is there something I'm not getting about Fictionwise?

Much of their back catalogue can be used with Micropay. It's only the newer releases [mainly], that you need to use a credit card of Paypal.

Micropay is like money in the bank; however, you can't use it on just anything.


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