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Book module Blurb Book Price - Warning for International orders

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If you order books, check your currency settings!
I recently ordered three copies of a book via the LrC module (also with a 40% discount voucher)
I forgot to check the 'currency' for Australian Dollars and the order processed in US$.
So what should have cost me ~AU$275.00 (LrC module price less discount+tax) ended up being AU$464.00 on my Credit Card with transaction fees added.
Not happy!
 

BobT

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Yes, a perennial problem for us internationals. The US market is so big that we are often forgotten. B+H are an exception. They do a great job catering for foreign customers.
I take it you prefer Blurb. Have you tried any Aussie book companies? I've been thinking of checking them out.
 
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