If you live in the U.S. and you’ve had difficulty purchasing a RedFox license with a credit card or Bitcoin, a great alternative is AAA Visa “TravelMoney,” which is the modern equivalent of a traveler’s cheque. I used one to successfully buy a lifetime RedFox license, and it also enabled me to avoid using my real name and address for anything during the online purchase. TravelMoney is a prepaid, reloadable/reusable Visa debit card that you can purchase at your local AAA office. Its main purpose is to enable travelers to make credit/debit purchases when traveling in foreign countries, but it also can be used to make online purchases from overseas vendors such as RedFox. You don’t need a AAA membership to purchase this card, and it is also available in a chip/PIN version (in case you actually want to use it for overseas travel at a later date). I learned about TravelMoney after doing some research on alternatives to standard credit/debit cards and Bitcoin. I was reluctant to use my regular credit card (because I didn’t want my personal information to be in the hands of an overseas payment processor), and my attempts to use Bitcoin failed miserably (in order to purchase Bitcoin, both Circle and CoinBase required me to send them a photo of my driver’s license, and Circle also required me to take a selfie — none of which I felt comfortable providing). I read in the RedFox forum that some people had success using prepaid debit cards to purchase RedFox licenses, but I also learned that most standard gift cards and prepaid cards bought in the U.S. cannot be used for overseas purchases. That’s when I remembered reading something here in the forum about a AAA prepaid card, so I looked into it. I paid in cash for a TravelMoney card (they accept debit as well), but I did have to supply my personal information to AAA when making the purchase (so it’s not a 100% anonymous process). However, AAA said that none of my personal information is attached to the card itself. So even if the card is lost, stolen or hacked, I will not be compromised. In terms of the fees for the card, it costs a one-time fee of $5 for AAA members and $10 for non-members, and the minimum you can put on the card is $100. In addition, you need to put some extra money on the card to allow for currency conversion fees, which typically range between 3% and 4% (I allowed for 5% just to be safe). When it came time to buy my RedFox license, I used a fake name for the license (but I did use a real email address that I just created so I can receive updates), and I also used the same fake name and a fake billing address when entering the debit card information during checkout. Anyway, I just wanted to post all of this in case you have been banging your head against the wall trying to figure out another way to buy a RedFox license that is safer than regular credit cards and a bit easier than Bitcoin.