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What does "Royalty free photos" mean from Fotolia.com?

Asked by New Energy on Jan 16, 2013

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Last answer by Amy Russell 53 months ago +0 votes:
Fotolia accepts the credit and debit card payment types as well as other payment method types listed below.  However, they do not accept Bill Me Later. Debit & Credit Cards: Visa MasterCard American Express Bank Wire transfers PayPal (PayPal processes personal electronic checks.) Web Money more
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Last answer by Amy Russell 53 months ago +0 votes:
Fotolia accepts the credit and debit card payment types as well as other payment method types listed below.  However, they do not accept Bill Me Later. Debit & Credit Cards: Visa MasterCard American Express Bank Wire transfers PayPal (PayPal processes personal electronic checks.) Web Money more
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Last answer by Amy Russell 53 months ago +0 votes:
Fotolia accepts the credit and debit card payment types as well as other payment method types listed below. Debit & Credit Cards: Visa MasterCard American Express Bank Wire transfers PayPal (PayPal processes personal electronic checks.) Web Money more
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Fotolia is devoted to offering affordable creative imagery. Their crowdsourced library includes millions of royalty-free images, vectors, illustrations and video footage clips. Whether you’re a professional designer, manager, presenter, small business owner or student, the right images for your website, brochures, reports, and slides are available on Fotolia. Buyers access over 20 million images, vectors and videos at great prices, while contributing artists receive the highest commissio... more

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