Author: Timothy J. Frohlick
Date: 10:25:28 12/13/05
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Terry, If I select payment in Euros then will ShareIt automatically convert it to their internal rate of exchange or will it be pegged to the internationally agreed upon rates at the time of the transaction. TJ PS It does seem absurd to be arguing about a lousy two bucks when Rybka is worth twice the price of 34 Euros. Shhhhh! Don't tell Vas that I said that. On December 13, 2005 at 12:57:46, Terry McCracken wrote: >On December 13, 2005 at 12:45:54, Timothy J. Frohlick wrote: > >>If Rybka is 34 Euros then it should be $40.55 USD and not $42.55 USD. The >>euro/USD exchange rate is 1.1929 Euros per US Dollar. I was willing to pay up to >>$45.00 USD for Rybka but I don't like the fact that ShareIt is raking off two >>bucks from me. >> >>Shouldn't the programmer suck up the cost of currency exchange in order to sell >>more product in non-euro countries? Vas is paying ShareIt for using their >>service. >>I don't see why I should get screwed by improper rates of exchange. >> >> >>Just my opinion, >> >>TJ >> >>PS If I want to pay more to Vas Rajlich then how can I if the price is fixed on >>the automatic pay site? IOW, I want any extra monies to go to Vas and bypass the >>money exchange fund transfer site. > >Can't you pay him in Euro Dollars? > >Terry
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