I have just been on the WinZip site to puirchase their lsatest product, which is on offer at $49.95 or £42.95 in the uk.
I know they have to make a profit, but presumably they do this on the product. To make a further exhorbitant profit on the exchange rate is, in my view immoral. I know that the exchange rate varies but so should their prices!
boghound he doesn't need to my link takes him to their UK site £25.95. I always look for UK site before foriegn one and only buy from them if they are signifcantly cheaper or it can't be bought in the UK
I make a number of purchases mostly on a monthly basis from the USA and Asia, with a UK registered credit card via eBay PayPal or Amazon.
But in the case of making, or trying to make certain transactions, like Microsoft USA purchases and some other branded American software products, you may find that the purchase is blocked unless you have a credit or debit card registered in the USA. The same may apply to delivery address.This subject usually appears on this forum, when Microsoft or certain other software companies bring out a new product, and people question the cheaper products in the USA compared to the UK, and why they are unable to purchase direct from the USA.