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what other type of payment is acceptableto buy lindens


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If you want the full run down on what you can use and how to use it, see:

https://community.secondlife.com/t5/English-Knowledge-Base/Billing/ta-p/700037

 

But it is just the longer version of what Rolig said in your earlier question.

 

The specific section you are looking for is this.

Accepted currencies and payment methods

You may use the following payment methods with Second Life:

  • Visa
  • American Express
  • MasterCard
  • Delta Online (non-U.S. Residents only)
  • JCB
  • Diners Club
  • Discover (U.S. Residents only)
  • Visa Electron (non-U.S. Residents only)
  • PayPal
  • Skrill

The currencies accepted for payment include:

    • CAD, AUD, JPY, EUR, GBP for non-U.S. Residents, and
    • USD for U.S. Residents
KBnote.png Note: If you have had a payment method on file since before December 7, 2011, you may need to remove and re-add that payment method before making payments in non-USD currencies.

PayPal

For a complete list of currencies accepted by PayPal, visit their official website and view the page on multiple currencies. To use your PayPal balance when making transactions with Second Life, it must be in USD. You can convert your balance to USD at paypal.com (PayPal may impose exchange fees).

Skrill

Skrill offers a variety of payment options including Visa, Mastercard, and American Express, along with over 100 local payment options listed on their Payment Options page. For a complete list of currencies accepted by Skrill, visit their official website and view the page on Fees and Availability.

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If you want the full run down on what you can use and how to use it, see:

https://community.secondlife.com/t5/English-Knowledge-Base/Billing/ta-p/700037

 

But it is just the longer version of what Rolig said in your earlier question.

 

The specific section you are looking for is this.

Accepted currencies and payment methods

You may use the following payment methods with Second Life:

  • Visa
  • American Express
  • MasterCard
  • Delta Online (non-U.S. Residents only)
  • JCB
  • Diners Club
  • Discover (U.S. Residents only)
  • Visa Electron (non-U.S. Residents only)
  • PayPal
  • Skrill

The currencies accepted for payment include:

    • CAD, AUD, JPY, EUR, GBP for non-U.S. Residents, and
    • USD for U.S. Residents
KBnote.png Note: If you have had a payment method on file since before December 7, 2011, you may need to remove and re-add that payment method before making payments in non-USD currencies.

PayPal

For a complete list of currencies accepted by PayPal, visit their official website and view the page on multiple currencies. To use your PayPal balance when making transactions with Second Life, it must be in USD. You can convert your balance to USD at paypal.com (PayPal may impose exchange fees).

Skrill

Skrill offers a variety of payment options including Visa, Mastercard, and American Express, along with over 100 local payment options listed on their Payment Options page. For a complete list of currencies accepted by Skrill, visit their official website and view the page on Fees and Availability.

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For completeness, please remember also from the TOS:

4.7 Linden Dollars may not be exchanged outside of the LindeX exchange.

Any purchase of Linden Dollars from anywhere other than the LindeX is not permitted and is considered a violation of these Terms of Service which may result in suspension or termination of your Account.

Therefore, you do not have the option to use a different payment method for buying L$ somewhere else.

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