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ATMS ?? WHERE DO WE BUY $$$$$$

Discussion in 'EA Land/The Sims Online Stratics Forums' started by Guest, Feb 10, 2008.

  1. Guest

    Guest Guest

    Where can we buy simoleans ???
     
  2. Guest

    Guest Guest

    Any place where people advertise they have an ATM, check for ATMs at "Store" category lots.
     
  3. Guest

    Guest Guest

    Many properties have ATM's. Most advertise it in their bio. Find a property with an ATM machine, click on it, and you will be sent to Paypal to purchase simoleans.
     
  4. If you are in EA-land , drop by the "Green Machine" any time. [​IMG]
     
  5. Guest

    Guest Guest

  6. Guest

    Guest Guest

    NOIP
    These things are fairly expensive - what is the advantage of having one on your lot? Do you get a piece of the action?
     
  7. Guest

    Guest Guest

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    NOIP
    These things are fairly expensive - what is the advantage of having one on your lot? Do you get a piece of the action?

    [/ QUOTE ]I can see an advantage if you happen to run a store, but - other than that... That's a good question!
     
  8. I know that in the future, sims will have sim-wide accounts on the ATMs. Meaning that every sim on that 1 tso account, has accesses to any $ or possibly objects in the ATM account.

    So I'm guessing they will allow us to make a deposit fee or withdrawal fee if we are running say a bank??? I dunno lol
     
  9. Actually I have a a better question: Why are ATM machines so expensive? If EA wants business, wouldnt they make them available for $1 in store catalogs, so that every hobo can own one, which will potential bring EA more greemoleans?
     
  10. Guest

    Guest Guest

    yea true true
     
  11. True,

    But when they add the sell simoleans option im sure they want to have less simoleans in circulation. Plus they also wanna take as much as possible so more people want to buy their simoleans.
     
  12. DGLita

    DGLita Guest

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    NOIP
    These things are fairly expensive - what is the advantage of having one on your lot? Do you get a piece of the action?

    [/ QUOTE ]

    Nope, we dont get any financial benefit to having ATM's on the lot, but we do get visitors to use them.

    Has anyone noticed that EA have now added a commison to the transaction so that when you buy from them you are now getting less simoleans for your money.

    Lita NickleNDime
     
  13. Alot of the stores have them and they have them set so you can see them as soon as you land.
     
  14. <blockquote><hr>

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    NOIP
    These things are fairly expensive - what is the advantage of having one on your lot? Do you get a piece of the action?

    [/ QUOTE ]

    Nope, we dont get any financial benefit to having ATM's on the lot, but we do get visitors to use them.

    Has anyone noticed that EA have now added a commison to the transaction so that when you buy from them you are now getting less simoleans for your money.

    Lita NickleNDime

    [/ QUOTE ]

    HaHa Yup! It says "EA Fee" or something like that, but those of us who been using PayPal for years know that they are trying to make their buyers pay those quirky PayPal fees.
     
  15. donnallg

    donnallg Guest

    <blockquote><hr>

    Actually I have a a better question: Why are ATM machines so expensive? If EA wants business, wouldnt they make them available for $1 in store catalogs, so that every hobo can own one, which will potential bring EA more greemoleans?

    [/ QUOTE ]

    IMO I think the reason they made them so high was to account for all the ones that were buying the simoleans when they were first brought into the game. So the ones that bought the ATM's lost out. That was just another way to keep their economy "balanced".