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Urgent issue trying to purchase

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I am having a major problem trying to purchase from Ultimaker. I tried several times to purchase both an Ultimaker Origional kit and an Ultimaker 2. I tried to pay via Paypal using my debit card. The transactions were declined by my bank (even though I have the money in my account) because they restrict international transactions. They have to manually input the "country code" that shows up in their system for the country that the business is located in. They tried the codes for The Netherlands and Ireland (for some reason their system lists Amsterdam as a city in Ireland).

I also tried to use direct pay with my debit/credit card and had the same results. So I either need to figure out the correct country code for them to input or I need to purchase the two Ultimakers (and extras) from someone in the US.

I would greatly appreciate it if anyone could provide info, suggestions, etc....

 

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