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paying options for vip

paypal should be a option for those who cannot use certain pay sites like ccbill, or phone verified transactions. 


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Hi

we should be able to pay for vip with rays as well

vip can be gifted by some users but in order to have rays would need to earn it or buy some, and buying rays does not allow paypal to be used to do so, would make it a lot easier.

I know of many other sites that use paypal securely, and I have used it for years for some, I find it strange that redlightcentre has not incorporated it as a option.

I may be wrong here... but the last I heard was PayPal did not/does not support Adult sites like RLC.


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hmm.. that's a good question. That would suck though I love PayPal they are so secure and do honor their money back guarantee. 

LazTopCat you are correct. This is a Paypal decision, not an RLC choice.

From PayPal's site:


What is PayPal’s policy on transactions that involve sexually oriented goods and services?


We permit U.S.-only transactions for certain sexually oriented physical goods that are physically delivered to the customer. Videos, DVDs, and magazines are examples of physical goods. (We don’t allow transactions for such goods outside the U.S.)

We don’t permit PayPal account holders to buy or sell:


Sexually oriented digital goods or content delivered through a digital medium. 

Downloadable pictures or videos and website subscriptions are examples of digital goods. 

Sexually oriented goods or services that involve, or appear to involve minors.

Services whose purpose is to facilitate meetings for sexually oriented activities.

Sexual preferences and viewpoints aren’t factors in determining what our policy prohibits.

In deciding what sexually oriented goods and services to allow, we consider:


What regulations or restrictions are placed on the purchase or sale of the product.How the product is classified by a recognized rating board.

Whether the product describes or depicts sexual conduct in a patently offensive way.

The dominant theme of the product material or website.

The literary, artistic, political, or scientific value of the product.

Potential medicinal or educational uses for the product.

The product’s impact on the safety of our customers. 

I'd like too see paysafecard too :) (For ppl who have verify account)

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