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Old 05-06-2010, 08:35 AM   #14
GeoffC
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Originally Posted by seagull View Post
I live in the UK so obviously I have a UK credit/debit card and this prevents me from purchasing several titles that I would like. I would like to know is there any way to bypass regional restrictions on any of these sites?

Barnes & Nobles
Amazon
Sony
Kobo

Ender's Game really appeals to me, if I purchase a gift card on amazon and then redeemed it on another account could I purchase it? I understand that you can't purchase Kindle titles without either a Kindle or Kindle for PC/Mac registered to your account. Would transferring my Kindle to the other account and back work?
I think that those of us who live in a geo-restricted area may have to cultivate a friend (or three) who live in the US, and can make the said purchase on our behalf. After all the book is a file that can be e-mailed.

Financial arrangements, of course, by mutual agreement ....
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