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lk2fireone (194) 08-12-10  11:37pm
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Epoch is easy to use pay service.

I usually like to use CCBill as payment processor for a paysite. But Epoch, the payment processor for Teen Mega World, seems to be an easy to use, reliable payment processor as well. Cancelling my subscription to Teen Mega World was simple and easy.

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slutty (111) I've used epoch many times, and find it to be a pretty good service. I think epoch and ccbill are certainly two of the most trustworthy.
08-13-10  12:29am

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tangub (151) Same here, never had a problem with epoch and a couple of times i've managed to find a subscription cheaper on epoch due to ccbills regional pricing rip off.
08-13-10  03:43am

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lk2fireone (194) REPLY TO #2 - tangub :

I'm located in the US, so I've never had to deal with regional pricing for pay sites. But I do know that people in Europe often get hit with unfair prices.

Khan (a PU staff member) says the regional pricing policy is set by the paysite, and not the payment processing company (which might be CCBill or Epoch), though the payment processing companies do get a lot of angry comments because potential subscribers blame them for the higher prices.

I went on vacation to Europe years ago. And at different places, our tour group was charged higher prices for items we bought, than the natives of the region. I'm talking about buying a can of coke or whatever at a refreshment stand or whatever. I felt I was being ripped off, seeing other people paying less for the same items we were buying. That was the first time I encountered what was basically regional pricing.

Except that in an extended form of regional pricing, maybe, when I went to college in the US, people from out of state had to pay a higher price to attend a state college than an in-state resident. So that might be considered a form of regional pricing. That is still true today, that out of state residents pay a higher price to attend a local state college, I assume. The theory is that the state colleges are supported in part by the income/property tax that residents pay to the state. Even though state sales tax is paid by anyone who purchases any item within the state.

What the theory behind regional pricing for porn paysites is, I don't know, other than businesses usually try to grab as much money as they can from whoever they can. :)

08-13-10  04:58am

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mbaya (356) I like both epoch and ccbill. Yes the site decides on regional pricing, but epoch does not offer them that option and ccbill does.
08-13-10  06:50am

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pat362 (371) I've used both over the years and neither has been a problem. They have a very simple interface to cancel membership and they keep you updated on the staus of my membership.
08-13-10  03:30pm

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Capn (28) REPLY TO #3 - lk2fireone :

I will always use Epoch rather than CCBill if it is an option.

For CCBill to say it is the webmasters decision is a bit like a hitman blaming the guy that paid him.

Cap'n. :0(

08-13-10  03:55pm

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Drooler (220) As long as I can copy that member ID before the page that shows it disappears into the cybervoid, I'm OK with Epoch. But you gotta be quick! Other than that, ccbill is a bigger pain in the ass.

But I wish they'd all cut it out with the stupid "reason" for cancelling crap. Come on! If I were that rational, I wouldn't be joining porn sites anyway. There's NO good rational explanation for it, so why would there be one for cancelling?

At least they could put "No damn good reason" as a choice. I'd pick that one.

08-13-10  05:08pm

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lk2fireone (194) REPLY TO #7 - Drooler :

I'm glad to see I'm not the only one who can get out of bed on the wrong side. Lol.
08-13-10  05:59pm

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lk2fireone (194) REPLY TO #6 - Capn :

Remind me to stay on good terms with you, even with an ocean separating us. I don't want any of your hitman buddies coming after me. :whaa

It makes perfect sense to me that the victim should blame the guy paying for the job. The hitman is a professional man getting paid for his work. Why should the victim blame the hitman? The guy that's paying for the job is the one with the grudge against the guy that's getting hit.

Actually, in many movies, the target of the hitmen is rather foolish. Instead of trying to defend against the hitmen, the target should be trying to kill the evil boss or the one who is paying for the contract. That might stop the hitmen from trying to complete the job, because the reason for the target to be killed would be gone. You kill a bunch of hitmen, the evil boss just hires new hitmen. You kill the evil boss, there's no one to pay the hitmen, so there's no reason for them to keep trying to kill the target.

08-13-10  06:12pm

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Capn (28) REPLY TO #9 - lk2fireone :

I wasn't intending that it should be analysed that deeply! ;0)

I was thinking more along the lines of...

'Don't blame me....He paid me to do it!'

Cap'n. :0)

08-13-10  06:22pm

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