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What payment methods does Ancestry.com accept? Do they accept PayPal, debit cards, e-checks, or BillMeLater?

Asked by Roger Moore on Jul 28, 2012

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Knoji   L1: Member   73,071 answers   +35 votes
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Sharifa Sanderson provided an answer to this question in this review of Ancestry.com:

  • Ancestry.com subscribers can search birth and marriage records, personal narratives, maps, newspapers, photos and much more
  • Clients may upload their own records and collaborate with other subscribers.
  • The service allows users to build their family tree and can be paid for by using PayPal or a credit card

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Last answer by Amy Russell 25 months ago +0 votes:
Ancestry.com has a database that lists and provides its members access to vital records, which, of course, includes birth and death records as well as census records that go back to the beginning of when censuses were taken in this country, The United States.  You can even view ship logs with ancestors names on it and see snapshots of actual vital records! more
Last answer by Teresa Conti 25 months ago +0 votes:
Yes, there is an app for both Android cell phones and the iphone and ipad.  Each of these apps can be downloaded from online app stores for free.  A subscription (paid) is needed to use these apps.  The mobile apps are a good way to show relatives and friends what you have found out on Ancestry.com. more
Last answer by Teresa Conti 25 months ago +0 votes:
Yes, they do.  You need a paid subscription, but there is an excellent app for both Android and Apple cell phones and systems.  The app can be downloaded for free from internet app stores and performs most of the functions of the website.  The mobile app makes it easier to discuss relatives and such with others. more
Last answer by Teresa Conti 25 months ago +0 votes:
Ancestry does not accept personal checks or money orders in payment for their subscriptions.  Debit cards can be accepted if they are affiliated with Mastercard or Visa, the credit cards accepted by the company.  The company will also take Paypal.  Through Paypal, a customer can arrange to have the subscription taken directly out of his or her bank accounts. more
Last answer by Knoji 28 months ago +0 votes:
Sharifa Sanderson provided an answer to this question in this review of Ancestry.com: Ancestry.com houses the largest collection of online genealogy records in theUnited States You can visit their site and search the complete 1940UScensus at no charge The site provides the information you need if you want to start your family tree Patrons are allowed to access billions of genealogy records, su... more
Last answer by Knoji 28 months ago +0 votes:
Sharifa Sanderson provided an answer to this question in this review of Ancestry.com: Ancestry.com was founded as a genealogy newsletter in 1983 The founder, John Sittner, aimed to publish a number of genealogy related books and magazine titles The current owner, Paul Allen, acquired the company in 1996 Ancestry.com has a sister site known as Myfamily.com, which offers social networking opport... more
Last answer by Knoji 28 months ago +0 votes:
Sharifa Sanderson provided an answer to this question in this review of Ancestry.com:Most Ancestry.com customers are pleased with the results they get “The searches are amazing. You do a search, review, modify current data, and search again, and it will use modified results to add to the search depth of subsequent searches. I have not lost any of my data, even though I have hundreds of newl... more
Last answer by Knoji 28 months ago +0 votes:
Sharifa Sanderson provided an answer to this question in this review of Ancestry.com: Ancestry.com trades as ACOM on the NASDAQ The company is regarded as part of the old guard of the Internet because it’s website founded in 1996 By December 2011, the company had 1.7 million paying subscribers The company has won five National Silver ADDY awards They are the largest online family histor... more
Last answer by Knoji 28 months ago +0 votes:
Sharifa Sanderson provided an answer to this question in this review of Ancestry.com: Ancestry.com has an Alexa world traffic ranking of 974. This means that it is one of the most popular sites in the world. The site currently has a Google page rank of seven. This is regarded as a very good page rank. They have been in business for more than 17 years The site receives 1.1 million page views e... more
Last answer by Knoji 28 months ago +0 votes:
Sharifa Sanderson provided an answer to this question in this review of Ancestry.com: Ancestry.com has a blog through which they share news and updates on genealogy They have message boards on their site They maintain a profile on Twitter, where they have 29,217 followers They have almost 1.5 million video views on YouTube The company’s FaceBook page has 334,830 likes They also have ac... more
Last answer by Knoji 28 months ago +0 votes:
Sharifa Sanderson provided an answer to this question in this review of Ancestry.com: Ancestry.com was tested with Google safe browsing Part of the site was listed for suspicious activity ten times during the past ninety days During the past ninety days, 2,222 pages on the site were tested and 57 of them resulted in malicious content being downloaded and installed without user consent The site... more
Last answer by Knoji 28 months ago +0 votes:
Sharifa Sanderson provided an answer to this question in this review of Ancestry.com: Ancestry.com offers different types of subscriptions to their clients A U.S. Discovery membership may be paid for monthly or in intervals of six months. It costs $22.95 monthly. A six month membership costs $12.95 per month. A World Explorer membership costs $34.95 per month. A six month membership costs $24.9... more
Last answer by Knoji 28 months ago +0 votes:
Sharifa Sanderson provided an answer to this question in this review of Ancestry.com:No shipping is required with Ancestry.com. All of their services are available online, including the results of the 1940 US census. The results from each one of the states can be searched online at your convenience. This includes persons from Guam, Puerto Rico and the Panama Canal Zone. more
Last answer by Knoji 28 months ago +0 votes:
Sharifa Sanderson provided an answer to this question in this review of Ancestry.com: Ancestry.com subscribers can search birth and marriage records, personal narratives, maps, newspapers, photos and much more Clients may upload their own records and collaborate with other subscribers. The service allows users to build their family tree and can be paid for by using PayPal or a credit card more
Last answer by Knoji 28 months ago +0 votes:
Sharifa Sanderson provided an answer to this question in this review of Ancestry.com: Ancestry.com has a refund policy for web subscriptions Subscription cancellations can be done through their member support representatives You may cancel online of by phone During the free trial period, you may cancel at any time without paying You may also get a refund on an initial purchase that is still w... more
Last answer by Jeanne Ruczhak-Eckman 29 months ago +0 votes:
"Ship to" is a little misleading. Ancestry.com is however an international company offering various countries their own individual memberships as well as World Memberships. For example, I subscribe to Ancestry.com here in America so I have access to US records, census, etc. If I lived in Quebec, for an example, I would belong to Ancestry.ca. I would then have access to records specific to Canada. more
Last answer by Jeanne Ruczhak-Eckman 29 months ago +0 votes:
Ancestry.com sells convenience. You could - if you had the time and the money - go to all these wonderful resources and search the answers yourself but Ancestry.com saves you time and money. For a low monthly cost (or an even lower annual cost), Ancestry.com brings you census records, tax records, military records, immigration records, birth and death records, and more. Like any source though, rem... more
Last answer by Knoji 30 months ago +0 votes:
The answer to question was posted in this review of Ancestry.com written by William J. Felchner - an excerpt is posted below:Ancestry.com has been assembling a vast digitized and indexed collection of historical records since 1996. These folks are dead serious about genealogy, with their paid subscribers – 1.6 million worldwide to date – creating over 24 million family trees with over ... more
Last answer by Knoji 30 months ago +0 votes:
The answer to question was posted in this review of Ancestry.com written by William J. Felchner - an excerpt is posted below:Two of Ancestry.com's leading competitors are MyHeritage and Geni. MyHeritage was founded in 2003 and is based in Bnei Atarot, Israel. Geni was founded in 2006 and is based in Los Angeles, California. Both sites are of the genealogy/social networking variety, inviting the cu... more
Last answer by Knoji 30 months ago +0 votes:
The answer to question was posted in this review of Ancestry.com written by William J. Felchner - an excerpt is posted below:Ancestry.com, which went public on November 5, 2009 (NASDAQ: ACOM), is out to earn revenue. The company advertises extensively, with many of their personal story-type commercials – e.g., my ancestors lived next door to the Wright Brothers – now a staple on A... more
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