I have some suppliers here in Colombia that can accept payments abroad. I'll investigate in further way and come back
This effort is useless if there are no contributors willing to pay for his/her country swag or, event worse, willing to pay for several country swags, for then waiting for the reimbursement.
The idea of having a supplier to pay directly is wonderful and feasible. We in Panama actually have did that before with no problems at all.
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> On Nov 12, 2016, at 10:30 AM, Neville A. Cross <email@example.com> wrote:
> On Thu, 2016-11-10 at 17:05 -0200, Athos Ribeiro wrote:
>> Renaming the thred, name was weird :(
>>> On Thu, Nov 10, 2016 at 10:08:42AM -0600, Neville A. Cross wrote:
>>> Look for which countries you can send stuff that will be under free
>>> trade agreement. If you can produce for 3 or 4 countries, I think
>>> worth making an investment.
>> I like this idea.
>>> We can produce swag for each country individually that has somebody
>>> with paypal to be reimbursed for the production for his or her
>>> It may be not ideal, but we do not live in a perfect world.
>> This is nice too, but if it's for the whole country, would you be
>> willing to cover for that? I mean, if we go with internet companies,
>> could process the payment, right?
> If some one get a hold of a supplier that accept online payment I can
> pay directly to the supplier. No matter if it is for one country or it
> is for several countries, or even if it is for a city.
> I think we should put together a wiki with who is gonna order swag,
> which countries will cover, describe the materials, put the cost and
> how will be paid. So we can move forward.
>>> From EMEA email, I like the idea of table clothes.
>> Yes! :)
>>> Best regards
>> Thanks for the input, Neville
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