We now have an improved system to enable you to buy your copy of UltraCorr-X using PayPal.
Please note: We cannot process orders while we are away at the World Senior Chess Championships (5-19 November). Our email will be read again from 20 November when any outsnding orders will be processed.
There are two options for payment:
1. Use this Pay-Pal-Me link to send your payment directly via PayPal (but please also send us an email).
This is a new secure system recently introduced by PayPal; everything is done on their server and ensures you their usual buyer protections.
2. Alternatively, email an expression of your interest.
We normally reply within 24 hours to answer your queries and send you a PayPal invoice (which you can cancel if you decide not to buy after all).
There are also two options to receive the database:
1. Simplest method: single downloadable file (55 Euro). This will be a single encrypted archive file (CBZ format). It is also a good idea to send us a short email as a check on your address. We shall reply to your email within 48 hours (usually much more quickly), sending the password.
2. A home-written CD-ROM sent to you by registered post (70 Euro; discount price for addresses in Ireland: 60 Euro). This is obviously much slower and more expensive as it is more trouble for us and the international postage cost is high.
If you are ordering on CD, please send your full postal address including postcode.
Warning: If your PayPal account is not in credit, it must be linked to your credit card to ensure the payment goes through promptly. Your PayPal account should of course also be linked to your bank account.If you do not have a PayPal account it is easy to open one and link it to your credit card. Once that is done, you can make purchases even if there is no money on your PayPal account. PayPal will handle the interaction with the credit card company automatically.
(We are not providing a link to PayPal because there are different home pages depending on where you live, and PayPal is easy to find online.)
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