I wonder if anyone can advise me on my best course of action, please?
I have received some Amazon.com gift vouchers, but, I live in England, cannot use them on Amazon.co.uk, and have been 'stung' a few times, recently, for various reasons, when purchasing from the USA.
I had hoped that there might be a way of withdrawing the money, but I cannot find one.
Could anyone make any suggestions, please, as to the best way of making use of these funds. (It is a little over $220.)
Thanks in advance
A few ideas:
* Sell them on eBay.com at a slight loss. (maybe a reserve of $200).
* If you don't like the idea of having physical goods delivered from the states, and you're not the sort of person who illegally downloads stuff, use them to buy/download movies/music/ebooks, etc.
And that's all I've got.
Thank you, Mrvoodoo, for your suggestions
I'll give them some thought
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