cd releases available through CD Services?

Bryan Young jwhe10 at SK.SYMPATICO.CA
Tue Oct 15 00:35:35 EDT 2002

But I don't think I can get a CDN international money order in just *any*
currency.  And if it's in US funds (which I know is possible) or in CDN
funds, then I'm sure the bank in the UK will charge a fee to convert.

Other sellers on ebay have told me that a CDN international money order is
no good unless I want to pay almost $10 extra, but that may be just a
self-serving policy.


----- Original Message -----
From: "Michael W Blackman" <Michaelangelo68 at AOL.COM>
Sent: Monday, October 14, 2002 10:26 PM
Subject: Re: cd releases available through CD Services?

> I dont believe there is a charge for or to the reciever of an
international money order.  The buyer of the international money order (in
this case - you) should be charged the appropriate fees at the time you
purchase the money order.
> In a message dated Tue, 15 Oct 2002 15:09:18  AEDT, Bryan Young
<jwhe10 at SK.SYMPATICO.CA> writes:
> > Calling Andy G:
> >
> > Rik has mentioned the variety of Bedouin stuff available through the
> > website, but it's not easy to say how well orders from
> > countries would be handled.  It does say that Overseas Money Orders must
> > 2 pounds, but I'm afraid that (because I live in Canada) any fee to cash
> > CDN money order would be a lot more than the 2 pounds listed, being in a
> > strange currency and all.  I'm afraid that the fee assumes a US money
> > will be sent, and I can't easily get those living here in Canada.
> >
> > Here's the question -- is CD Services going to stock some of these?  Or
> > not, would they consider stocking a limited amount if the listmembers
> > preordered?  Give us a deadline to have our orders in, use our credit
> > to fund the orders, and then place them on our behalf.  (I'm not loathe
> > write to the East Devon postal box, but without an email to confirm what
> > exact total would be, I'm afraid of just wasting time and causing a
> >
> > In particular, I'd love to order:
> > Bedouin - Live and Beyond (cdr)
> > Al Chemical's Lysergic Orchestra (cdr)
> >
> > Sorry to ask this question on the list, but I figured others might be
> > interested in the response, too.
> >
> > Cheers,
> >
> > Bryan Young

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