aww, man. i don't have a cc for this address, so i guess i'm SOL.You have to either have a credit card going to yout summer address or you have to go through the confirming process - they send you a letter at the address & you have to jump some little hoops. just make sure you change back to the other one when the time is right.
if you're living in a dorm it will be real tough to get your address confirmed, I've heard several girls on here talking about thatOh, that is good to know. I'll be going away to school in the fall and I don't know if my parents will appreciate all the little goodies that will be appearing on their doorstep!
Mooks, you have been very lucky. I have received a flat NO for a mere $65 duvet set on eBay, even though I have over 60 positive comments and 100% excellent feedback. Thankfully I've had some very kind sellers agree though. I guess the more positive feedback I get, the more likely sellers will consider me a safe bet. I guess sellers are just trying to protect themselves, so I can't blame them. It's just such a shame that I miss out on some deals I'd like to proceed with.My UK address is confirmed but the address I use in the US, my best friends house, is not confirmed. I've yet to have a single seller refuse to ship there and one item I bought was $400
this doesn't make much sense as i can't change my u.s. bank account's billing address to a totally different country's.It is very easy to confirm an address.
1. Change your bank account billing address to the new residence.
2. Confirm on ebay