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    Quote Originally Posted by Grabber5.0 View Post
    Way to support the devs


    -- Sent from my HP TouchPad using Communities
    Not at all! It's only to prevent accidental purchases. When I acutally buy apps,
    I change to another credit card. (like when I recently bought Kalemsoft Media
    Player, Glimpse, Angry Bird Seasons, and Audobon Wildflower) After the apps were
    purchased and installed, I go back into HP App Catalog and change the credit card
    info back to the $0.63 prepaid Visa card.

    On the other hand, there are people who tell me my methond wouldn't work.
    I haven't made any accidental purchases yet, but there are people who tell me
    that HP apprently will allow the purchase to go through, even when the prepaid
    card has less than $1.
  2. #22  
    Jesus, are you guys seriously ragging on him for not wanting to spend money on something he has a valid promo code for?
  3.    #23  
    Quote Originally Posted by nappy View Post
    Jesus, are you guys seriously ragging on him for not wanting to spend money on something he has a valid promo code for?

    I have no problems spending money to purchase apps.
    If there's a promo code, great, but if I miss out on the
    code, I'll probably end up buying the app eventually.
    (God help me, but I've already spent a small fortune
    on iOS apps before I got the HP Toucpads. The only
    reason I haven't sold my rarely-used iPad 64GB 3G is
    that I have almost $370 in app purchases on it)

    What I do object to is the way HP designed the App
    Catalog purchase function. It has no safeguard against
    accidental purchases when attempting to use a promo
    code. A simple slip of the finger can cause the buyer
    to pay $4.99(or more) instead of $0.00. Imagine how
    mad you'll feel if you go to the ATM machine and it
    accidentally charges you $4.99 because you hit one
    wrong key?
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  4. #24  
    ugh ive totally done this ... Luckily it wad only 99 cents
  5. #25  
    Yes...wife did and cost us $14.95 for Audubon Birds given away a few weeks ago.

    Now, she won't order anything and is afraid of Promo codes simply by making one mistake. It happens and shame it wasn't for a better app. Sorry we're not bird lovers by any since of the word!

    Anyone ever wonder why the Promo option is send in line before purchase? Sorli...
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