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Real easy to use-- at first. As time went on it got harder and harder to get it to work. Finally it 'lost' my password, so I couldn't use it, and 'Support' never got back to me; but they did send me a 'customer satisfaction survey.' Hah!
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Some credit cards, including Citi, have this feature. Some posters have mentioned privacy.com as offering a similar service. - Source: Reddit / about 2 hours ago
Not sure about the other person, but I've used privacy.com. I haven't had problems, yet. But if anyone has better option, lmk. - Source: Reddit / about 2 hours ago
Use privacy.com cards for trials/service.. Or pay with crypto. - Source: Reddit / 1 day ago
That's easy: sign up for a "virtual" credit card from privacy.com. When this card is charged, it will actually charge your real credit card, but it will not validate any of the billing address data provided by the merchant, so you can use any address you want. I generate a random French address using this site and set it as the billing address for this card on Amazon:. - Source: Reddit / 1 day ago
There is a way to bypass this. Use a bank account outside of egypt. Or paypal. Or use your egyptian bank's card and mask it using an application (like abine, or privacy.com) they dont work in egypt, so you would have to find another service that can mask your card, or buy a prepaid card (not from egypt) of course if enforced something. - Source: Reddit / 1 day ago
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