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robert
17-07-01, 09:40 PM
A quick question, if you lot could renew your membership online using a credit card over a secure maximum 128bit encypted link, would you do it?

Robert

The Whistler!

Jesus
17-07-01, 10:27 PM
of course I will do it, and not only me, I know some old spanish CRC menber and other cobra owner that have not renew the subscription due it is unconfortable to send you a check or cash.

It is pretty much confortable and easy to use our Credit card.

Jesus.
Spain.

wilf
17-07-01, 11:26 PM
Rob - since that level of encryption seems to be good enough for my online banking/purchases from Amazon etc, I guess it would do for the CRC!

AAAH - look at that - a V8!!!
(but how long for??)


Wilf

robert
17-07-01, 11:46 PM
Unfortunately we only get 40bit encryption. The US won't allow us to have 128 bit encryption.

Robert

The Whistler!

RigMan
18-07-01, 06:25 AM
I'd use it, but maybe that is because I'm ignorant of the ease at which hackers can access one's details!

Congrats on the V8 status Wilf, I'm dreading the day I make Donovan racer....sounds like some Irish delivery service!

RigMan:o

JP
18-07-01, 08:44 AM
Yup I'd do it online. I'd use my business credit card.


JP

imported_admin
18-07-01, 09:11 AM
YES,I buy on line all the time. I'll trust anyone me!!

robert
18-07-01, 11:57 AM
>I'd use it, but maybe that is because I'm ignorant of the ease at
>which hackers can access one's details!
>
>Congrats on the V8 status Wilf, I'm dreading the day I make Donovan
>racer....sounds like some Irish delivery service!
>
>RigMan:o
Depends on how it is configured. If you don't have cookie enabled and you don't remember users information, then their card details are not held on a server. If it is not held on a server, you can't get to it. This is my preferred method, and this is what I am intending on configuring.

Its more of a pain coz you have to enter all of the info in again, but it is more secure.



Robert

The Whistler!

alastaid
18-07-01, 12:33 PM
Yep, I'd buy. Also I thought the 128 bit restriction had been lifted ?

Alastair

David Large
18-07-01, 01:17 PM
I'd go for it.
David Large

agwebsites
18-07-01, 01:42 PM
gruns20, can I interest you in a business proposition!!

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robert
18-07-01, 01:43 PM
I tried to get hold of 128bit encryption for a finance customer and got blocked at every avenue. I actually had to go and visit the source developers and buy it direct as they are not based in the US.

Robert

The Whistler!

mal
18-07-01, 05:19 PM
MMMmmm! :-) :-) :-) :-) to!

Mal,Half built AK.

Goldie
18-07-01, 07:14 PM
I would PREFER it....

imported_admin
18-07-01, 08:27 PM
Sound good to me, :-) my membership drops in and out 'cos I keep forgetting to post the dam form, then I end up loosing it. :-(

At least this way we won't have to trudge down to the post box in the snow during January! :D

Great idea.

Regards.

Paul.

imported_admin
19-07-01, 08:39 AM
As long as its Timeshare,Doubleglassing or Pyramid seeling nothing Kosher considered}>

Neil
19-07-01, 03:56 PM
Sounds great... count me in

Iain
19-07-01, 06:12 PM
Works for me!

:-)

Iain

steve_a_uk
19-07-01, 10:53 PM
Sounds good to me too..

What would we do without you robert????;-)



steve

John Tisbury
23-07-01, 12:33 PM
Can I just add to Robert's post re Online Shopping etc...

The replies indicate that people would be happy to use this service.
Robert and I have researched this and it will cost the club 5% for each transaction that goes through on Credit Card. As a non profit club we would not be able to bear this cost so would have to pass this onto the cardholder.

My question is:

Would you still be happy to use this facility if you had to pay an additional 5 percent for using your credit card?


So an International membership would increase from 30 to 31.50.
A UK renewal would increase from 20 to 21 and so on.....

Regs
John
Club Treasurer

imported_admin
23-07-01, 01:43 PM
I'd go for it.:9

agwebsites
23-07-01, 02:02 PM
I would use it

Neil
23-07-01, 02:53 PM
OK with me...:-)

wilf
23-07-01, 04:09 PM
Nope - I'd go back to a cheque!

WIlf

imported_admin
23-07-01, 09:45 PM
You can still count me in...

Paul :-)

imported_admin
26-07-01, 11:51 AM
Well by the time you buy a stamp your already eating into the pound extra.

Convenience is the big gain and I would pay a little extra for that anyway ..

Jesus
26-07-01, 11:58 AM
I am agree in to accept the increase of a 5% for paying with credict car. But in any way, if you negotiate a little with the bank through the one you will negotate the card payment, you can get a pretty much lower expenses rate.

Jesus.
Spain.

mal
28-07-01, 12:10 AM
Answer`s still,:-) :-) :-) :-) :-) to!

and each post helps get me closer to a V8


Mal, with the half built AK!