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Does Ancestry.ca accept PayPal?

Asked by Mitch Jacobs on Mar 2, 2012

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Yes, Ancestry.ca accepts PayPal as a form of payment. They also accept credit cards as forms of payment. Credit cards accepted are Visa, Visa Electron, MasterCard, Maestro, and American Express. You just go to Ancestry.ca website and fill up the necessary information they will be asking. 

Ancestry.ca guarantees that the information you provide to them will be confidential. 

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Yes, Ancestry.ca accepts PayPal as a form of payment. They also accept credit cards as forms of payment. Credit cards accepted are Visa, Visa Electron, MasterCard, Maestro, and American Express. You just go to Ancestry.ca website and fill up the necessary information they will be asking.  Ancestry.ca guarantees that the information you provide to them will be confidential.  more
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Yes, Ancestry.ca offers mobile apps for iPad, iPhone and Android devices. They are now even offering Version 4.0 which can be sold on the App Store. To learn more about mobile apps that they currently offer, just visit the source URL below or contact the customer service. For additional information about mobile apps, visit the source URL provided below. Source URL: http://www.ancestry.ca/ancest... more
Last answer by Knoji 30 months ago +0 votes:
Amanda Wilkins provided an answer to this question in this review of Ancestry.ca:Ancestry.ca is part of a global network of ancestry sites where you can search through over 10 billion records to find your ancesters. New additions to this site include Quebec,vital and church records 1621-1967 England and Wales, marriages 1538-1940 British Columbia, border entries and passenger lists 1894... more
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Amanda Wilkins provided an answer to this question in this review of Ancestry.ca:Ancestry.ca was founded  in January 2006 to give people accurate leads to discover their family history through geneology. The company has acquired and digitized billions of records from around the world so customers can organize their findings into an online family tree and upload old documents and photographs.... more
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Amanda Wilkins provided an answer to this question in this review of Ancestry.ca:Review of Ancestry online service from the epinions website. I ended up with a one-year membership of Ancestry.com when I purchased Family Tree Maker software about 14 months ago.I started browsing through the site and was almost immediately hooked.Within minutes I had discovered relatives I did not know existed and ... more
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Amanda Wilkins provided an answer to this question in this review of Ancestry.ca:Ancestry.com,the parent company of Ancstry.ca has been an accredited BBB business since 03/08/2010 with a top rating of A+.This has been awarded due to the length of time the business has been operating,the volume of complaints filed for a business of this size and the resolution of these complaints. Ancestry.com and... more
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Amanda Wilkins provided an answer to this question in this review of Ancestry.ca:Alexa has given Ancestry.com a global ranking of 632 with 19,155 sites linking in.The global rankings on Alexa are Canada 277 US 153 Norway 237 New Zealand 275 Ireland 422 Australia 477 Belgium 867 UK 879 Germany 3,635 India 9,763 The popularity of this site is increasing with visitors yesterday 0.123% ... more
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Amanda Wilkins provided an answer to this question in this review of Ancestry.ca:Ancestry.ca has its own facebook page with 1,953 likes and 47 people talking about the site.There are recent posts from the company sharing news of the 2012 Canadian olympic team and posts as recent as 4 hours ago from folloiwers. Ancestry.ca has just joined Twitter and currently has 124 followers but no tweets ... more
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Amanda Wilkins provided an answer to this question in this review of Ancestry.ca:This site is secure although the google diagnostic test brought up no information. Ancestry.ca is committed to protecting customers'privacy and only asks for personal information which efficiently provides them with the information they are looking for. Ancestry.com and all their affiliate sites use Card Verificatio... more
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Amanda Wilkins provided an answer to this question in this review of Ancestry.ca:There is a 14 day trial membership which is free of charge.After the two week-trial membership fees are as follows: Canada De Luxe 1 Month $14.95 per month,3 months £12.95 per month,12 months $9.95 per month World De Luxe 1 month $29.95 per month,3 months $27.95 per month,12 months $24 per month. You can... more
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Amanda Wilkins provided an answer to this question in this review of Ancestry.ca:There are no shipping rates for Ancestry.ca as everything is done online and you print out your own documents and photographs. All the papers you need to compile your family tree are provided online within your membership fee after the two week free trial membership and there are no extra handling charges. more
Last answer by Knoji 30 months ago +0 votes:
Amanda Wilkins provided an answer to this question in this review of Ancestry.ca:The easiest way to subscribe to Ancestry.ca is online using a credit card, they also now accept PayPal. If you are a US resident or work in the US they will accept a US check or money order and Ancestry.uk will accept a UK direct debit. At the moment they cannot accept International checks or money orders. more
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Amanda Wilkins provided an answer to this question in this review of Ancestry.ca:There is no refund policy as members can cancel their subscription at any time and are not tied into any contract although they do sign up for one,three or twelve month subscriptions.They just click on to their account and cancel their subscription,if a customer takes out a year's subscription and wishes to cancel it ... more
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You can find the answer to this question in this review of Ancestry.ca written by Amanda Wilkins - an excerpt is posted below:Ancestry.ca  is part of Ancestry.com which is the world's largest online family history research site.There is a lot of interest in tracing your roots especially since the television networks have been broadcasting programs where celebrities find out about their ancest... more
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The answer to question was posted in this review of Ancestry.ca written by Amanda Wilkins - an excerpt is posted below:What makes Ancestry ca different Part of Ancestry.com Indexes linking to actual records Over 7 billion records Updated Irish connections Help from Ancestry.ca Ancestry.ca is part of the world's largest online family history site Ancestry.com and you can access their site... more
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The answer to question was posted in this review of Ancestry.ca written by Amanda Wilkins - an excerpt is posted below:Your Folks.com is a Canadian website that makes geneology simple.It covers nearly the whole of Quebec parishes and parts of Ontario,Manitoba,New Brusnswick and Nova Scotia. Founded by Jean Trudel Your Folks.com has more than 300,000 members and it is a partner of Biblotheque... more
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The answer to question was posted in this review of Ancestry.ca written by Amanda Wilkins - an excerpt is posted below:Prices from Ancestry.ca Looking for Ancestors in Canada Annual membership $9.95 per month 3-month membership $12.95 per month Monthly membership $14.95 per month World de Luxe membership Annual membership $24.95 per month 3-month membership £27.95 per month Mon... more
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