Details » OK Writers Group

- Url: http://okwritersgroup.informe.com/
- Category: Art & Literature
- Description: This is a creative writing group created to encourage its members to write. Through the mutual efforts of its members, writers can submit their work for critique and suggestions. We will also provide links to writing resources and contests.
- Members: 58
- Created On: May 4, 2010
- Posts: 135
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1. | Apr 17, 2014
I tried to sign up last year using my Taiwanese credit card, but after the first month, it resfeud the autopaypal charge the next month and I got an email stating that Majority.fm canceled my account. It took me a while to work out what happened. Apparently my issuing bank expects me to call them every month before the automatic charge takes place, on that day, so they can allow it. I'm told that as a foreigner living in Taiwan, I'm lucky to have a credit card at all. Anyway, I did some jiujitsu and set up a PayPal account on a joint bank account with my father in the US, for the sole purpose of making my meager $10 monthly membership contribution (btw I've been unemployed for the last 8 months), and I have to transfer money monthly from my local bank to the US, again to accomplish this goal. BUT IT'S WORTH IT. That Thomas Frank interview from last week was just another example of what makes your show so valuable. Oh, btw, I owe you some money for members-only podcasts over the last 6 months or so that I technically shouldn't have had access to, but I think I can make that up in individual contributions here and there. I'm sorry for having gamed the system for so long, but I'll make good on it and I'm glad to finally have what appears to be a working monthly contribution thing set up and functioning.
2. | Dec 14, 2013
I joined besacue my finances are finally such that I can do this. I work 2nd shift, so most days I can listen to the whole show live. I need the show to help keep my sanity.Also Sam, along with the Morning Sedition crew made it a lot easier to get through the aftermath of the 2004 election. I busted my f*cking *ss to get Kerry elected, even though Dean was my guy. Knocked on doors, phone banked, blah, blah, blah.To my fellow listeners: if you can swing please DO become a member. I you don't, Sammy will be replaced by Lionel. Nobody wants that!Peace,Mazareth
3. | Dec 13, 2013
I tried to sign up last year using my Taiwanese credit card, but after the first month, it reesufd the autopaypal charge the next month and I got an email stating that Majority.fm canceled my account. It took me a while to work out what happened. Apparently my issuing bank expects me to call them every month before the automatic charge takes place, on that day, so they can allow it. I'm told that as a foreigner living in Taiwan, I'm lucky to have a credit card at all. Anyway, I did some jiujitsu and set up a PayPal account on a joint bank account with my father in the US, for the sole purpose of making my meager $10 monthly membership contribution (btw I've been unemployed for the last 8 months), and I have to transfer money monthly from my local bank to the US, again to accomplish this goal. BUT IT'S WORTH IT. That Thomas Frank interview from last week was just another example of what makes your show so valuable. Oh, btw, I owe you some money for members-only podcasts over the last 6 months or so that I technically shouldn't have had access to, but I think I can make that up in individual contributions here and there. I'm sorry for having gamed the system for so long, but I'll make good on it and I'm glad to finally have what appears to be a working monthly contribution thing set up and functioning.
4. | Dec 12, 2013
Hi Neil and LindaWell what a good idea a little light heertad relief from all the internet noise and big new product launches!well done!I guess I'll have to agree because when I heard it, I had to laugh because it is so Michael Cheney .close your eyes and imagine a scotsman with a rather weird sense of humour .$37 a week ( now no Scotsman likes to spend money do they?especially $37 a week!take careregardsGraham in the U.K.
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7. | Jan 5, 2013
Dear Anup, Just stumbled into your intfmraoive blog. Thanks for your interesting and helpful posts. Now I have three questions for you. 1) Is paypal India and Paypal international the same. I mean being an Indian do I have to open account with Paypal India since I also reside in India? Or Can I choose between the two? 2) I have an unverified account with Paypal which now I want to verify with an Indian bank account. The problem is with my name. My name contains three words, say eg Mohammed Ismail Ali. After I have opened the paypal account, it shows Mohammed Ali, omitting the middle name. This however is different from my name which I put in my bank account because it contains the full name. Do you think because of this I might have any problem verifying my account? Do I need to contact Paypal for this and ask for their advice? 3) How do I put my account number in the Paypal account? Some say that you have to put country code and then branch code before your account no which is printed in the passbook? Please help. kajol shafiq