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Painmiester

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About Painmiester

  • Rank
    Unit Administrator
  • Birthday 02/02/1965

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  • Gender
    Male
  • Location
    where i hang my hat
  • Interests
    Hanger list......
    FIGHTERS
    P-72 , x85 ,Mustang(beta), Saber , Comet , Gladiator FREELANCER (MIS)
    TRADE & INDUSTRY
    Hull B , Hull E , Hull E , PROSPECTOR , ORION , ORION STARFARRER , GEMIMI ,
    ENDEAVOR (,2x crew pod ,2x telescope array , 2 x fuel pods ,2x Hanger ,2x GENERAL SCIENCE , 2x general research pod),
    CARRACK , 315P , yellow dragonfly , black dragonfly ,
    IDRIS - P

Star Citizen Info

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    High Admiral
  • Ships
    All Ships

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  1. check with rellim they will have a few extra channels for the streamers to merge the feeds.
  2.    Headed home  4.5 weeks off shore...7more hrs driving to Houston then big bed.... so 

  3. Any pictures of the hurricane yet...... Dig Dig find the pic will it be worthy ?????? Its only some more money.... at 175.00 2 ea will be a nice add on for a fleet
  4. Complete

    If ya can't find 1 or need another I should have a melted one buried. ....still off shore.
  5. I restarted the phone back to default   1 month ago   almost like    repimpinge it    now  it doesn't listen.does what it wants, and wants more money.....

  6. I did upgrade x85 LTI to a freelancer and unmelted a mis.upgrade TOO get the missile ship which ain't on sale any more.. Just to have missle swarm ship. For small engagements.....
  7. Now i hope you shall be wearing a spacesuit if not go with leather and a bottle of germicidal lol.
  8. At least you get the star ship blanket included.
  9. Now if that's what they want to go with...ooowelllll. it a not like reallife... just a Sim if they add that feature add in 6 months. Is radar poisoning like radiation poisoning. .. If ya worried about the radar ya can sit in my shielded ore processor area..
  10. Debit cards don't enjoy all the protections that credit cards have. When I travel use a separate acount,/ card 200,,,to 400 in the acount only depending on where I go,,,also aluminum wrapped my cards,,,,,,, might have to do the same for my gaming now...... If you look at the list Paypal had 2016 buyer and seller didn't enjoy any protection for crowd funded tranactions.....
  11. It was my primary gaming payment setup. But the fees are what got my attention...
  12. PayPal is making some changes to there user agreement PayPal privacy policy They will be updating the list of items that will not be eligible for PayPal purchase protection, or seller protection. AMENDMENTS TO THE PAYPAL USER AGREEMENT, THE PAYPAL PRIVACY POLICY, PAYPAL HERE AGREEMENT AND THE PAYPAL WEBSITE PAYMENTS PRO AND VIRTUAL TERMINAL AGREEMENT Effective Date: March 29, 2017 PayPal is making some changes to its User Agreement, Privacy Policy, PayPal Here Agreement and the PayPal Website Payments Pro and Virtual Terminal Agreement that will be effective as to all PayPal users on March 29, 2017. We encourage you to review this Policy Update and familiarize yourself with the changes that are being made. If you do not agree to these amendments, you may close your account before March 29, 2017. Amendments to the PayPal User Agreement A summary of changes is provided. We’ve updated the “Payment Method Used for My Transaction” section to describe changes that give you more control and choice in how you want to pay. Updates include how to select a preferred payment method, the ability to see and choose from multiple payment methods when you check out on a merchant website, and greater clarity about how Preapproved Payments work and how you can manage them. We are changing the currency conversion spread charged when we perform a currency conversion for you from charging an additional 2.5% over the exchange rate set by our bank to charging an additional 3.0% over the exchange rate set by our bank. We are updating the list of items that are not eligible for Purchase Protection. The updates to the list are: Financial products or investments of any kind. Donations. Payments sent using PayPal’s friends and family functionality. Payments made using PayPal Payouts and Mass Pay or guest checkout transactions (i.e., payments not sent using your PayPal account). We are updating the eligibility requirements for Purchase Protection to require that you must respond to PayPal’s request for documentation and other information in a timely manner. We are adding a non-discouragement clause for sellers that provides: In representations to your customers or in public communications, you agree not to mischaracterize PayPal as a payment method. At all of your points of sale (in whatever form), you agree not to try to dissuade or inhibit your customers from using PayPal; and, if you enable your customers to pay you with PayPal, you agree to treat PayPal’s payment mark at least at par with other payment methods offered. We are changing the standard transaction fee for sellers selling goods or services online to buyers outside the U.S. from 3.9% to 4.4% plus the existing fixed fee based on the currency. We are changing the standard transaction fee for in store transactions received from buyers outside the U.S. from 3.7% to 4.2%. We are removing the tier based fees we charge to nonprofits who receive payments from senders outside the U.S. and are charging a flat rate of 3.7% plus the existing fixed fee based on the currency for all such transactions. We are changing the micropayment fees for in store transactions received from buyers outside the U.S. from 6.0% to 6.5% plus the existing fixed fee based on the currency. We are clarifying that we will assess the $20.00 chargeback processing fee for sellers who win a chargeback but are not eligible for Seller Protection. We are adding the ability to create a negative balance in your PayPal account when we reverse a payment to cover eBay buyer protection claims that the seller loses. We are updating the basic requirements for Seller Protection by requiring that you must respond to PayPal’s request for documentation and other information in a timely manner or you will not be eligible for Seller Protection. We are updating the list of items that are not eligible for Seller Protection. The updates to the list are: Donations. Financial products or investments of any kind. Payments sent using PayPal’s friends and family functionality. Payments made using PayPal Payouts and Mass Pay. PayPal is updating its set off rights allowing us to debit a PayPal account when an amount owed to PayPal, our affiliates or eBay, Inc. becomes past due by removing the 180 day past due requirement. We’ve updated our list of restricted activities to ensure we can protect our customers from attempts to misuse or gain unauthorized access to our systems. We’ve also made clear that these restricted activities include actions to PayPal-operated systems or systems operated on PayPal’s behalf. We are making clear that our existing rights to limit or terminate your access to PayPal systems applies to systems operated on PayPal’s behalf. We have also added the right to suspend your access to any of the PayPal services. We are updating our limitation of liability section to clarify that existing limitations of liability apply to situations affecting systems operated on PayPal’s behalf in addition to PayPal operated systems. Amendments to the PayPal Privacy Policy The update to the Privacy Policy is effective March 29, 2017. Our Privacy Policy explains the types of data PayPal collects and how we use it. From time to time, we make updates to the Privacy Policy - for example, to reflect changes in our business, to provide you with better services, or to ensure that we meet our legal obligations. Importantly, we don’t ever sell your account information to third parties for marketing purposes. A summary of changes is provided below. We clarified that we use cloud-based service providers to store and process information which may include personal data. “Cloud-based” services means services that are based online and can be located in the US or anywhere in the world. Amendments to the PayPal Here Agreement The update to the PayPal Here Agreement is effective March 29, 2017. A summary of changes is provided. We are changing the cross-border transactions fee for card present and PayPal transactions from 3.7% to 4.2%. We are changing the cross-border transaction fee for keyed and scanned transactions from 4.5% + $0.15 to 5.0% + $0.15. We are also adding pricing for verified charitable organizations that will match existing pricing for non-charities. Amendments to the PayPal Website Payments Pro and Virtual Terminal Agreement The update to the PayPal Website Payments Pro and Virtual Terminal Agreement is effective March 29, 2017. A summary of changes is provided. We are changing the additional fee for cross-border payments received from buyers outside the United States from 1.0% to 1.5% added to the transaction fees. We are adding pricing for verified charitable organizations to the transaction fee table. Direct Payments will cost 2.2% + $0.30 and Virtual Terminal Payments will cost 2.4% + $0.30. https://www.paypal.com/us/webapps/mpp/ua/upcoming-policies-full
  13. What piece were ya practicing on.....
  14. still here ,just slightly dehydrated