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Topic: Help with Buying a Squirmle
Message: Posted by: close_up_act (Sep 19, 2008 03:37AM)
After reading many posts and chatting with a few folks here I decided to buy a squirmle and play around with it. I went online to squirmle.net to purchase one and I can't check-out. No matter how many tries I just get the error "page cannot be displayed".....i need help....i know its late and I'm probably just having a brain fart but I want to purchase it online through paypal and I'm getting nowhere...does anyone know what to do or even better, I can paypal you the money and you can set up the order...i'm new here on the "carnival of fun" section but can give plenty of references from folks on the Café who buy and sell and know that I'm a stand up guy...

thanks for reading.
Message: Posted by: deadcatbounce (Sep 19, 2008 05:07AM)
If you're still stuck - you can buy them on eBay - there are a couple of sources - seem to be in Amsterdam. I've bought a couple from here just to try them out.
I'm sure Don will come to your rescue before very long..... :)

Message: Posted by: Louis.P.M (Sep 19, 2008 05:29AM)
Maybe try to contact them directly by phone? If you're like me and is cheap on long distance calls, get a Skype account. EVERY 1-800 numbers in canada and US are 100% free no matter where you are calling from.
Message: Posted by: DonDriver (Sep 19, 2008 08:36AM)
Wal Mart has them at all the check out's.

So Junior it looks like you bought a used one of my Svengali DVD instead of buying one from me like you said you were.

Message: Posted by: close_up_act (Sep 19, 2008 10:52AM)
I had no idea Wal-Mart carried them , then again I had no idea what a squirmle was til' I read a few threads here...

I haven't purchased a new or used one....As a matter of fact I will purchase your DVD during my lunch break...

Thanks again Don, and the others that have replied....

Message: Posted by: close_up_act (Sep 19, 2008 02:56PM)
I put my order in Don, thanks again.

Message: Posted by: DonDriver (Sep 19, 2008 04:20PM)
I just PM you...thanks for your business.